(On the difference between TV and theatre)
Rosemarie: The main difference is you play out someone's story every night in its entirety. When you watch an episode of Standoff, we shoot that over eight days or nine days. [In theatre] you play the whole thing every night. That's great. That's fun. You get the immediate reaction from the audience. That's completely exhilarating and exciting. Then at the same time, if you have a huge funeral scene, you can't lose your mind, because you have to do it again seven more times that week. On camera, you can sometimes go a little bit deeper. Although, TV is a fast medium. It's sort of like paint by numbers rather than make a Monet. (laughs) We work super fast.