X is for Xenophobic

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I would be interested in portraying “Xenophobic” as an emotion. I was thinking of doing this as something resembling a lo fi illustrated dialogue, a short snippet of a performed piece. (Here hoping to make the tiniest jab towards the horrifying xenophobia of our times, as well as a much more generalized fear of everything outside the self.)
— Cody Elliot, on inspiration for "Xenophobic"

CODY ELLIOT has abandoned dramaturgy and become a thaumaturge. He has written, directed, and acted in his own productions, and Duncan Hannah once complimented his blazer. He's served in Columbia University's dramaturgy MFA, after being summoned and bound by a history degree at Georgia State University. That's what happens when you give mortals your true name, after all.