Didier Ghez: Could you describe the Hyperion Studio?

Theo Halladay: It was an old building in Hollywood, and dark inside. It was hard to get enough light for the artists. And it had roaches and ants.

DG: How were the buildings organized? TH: All I remember is that the rooms were small. They were interconnected, so you could walk through several rooms and kibitz on the artists. I can’t recall whether they had air conditioning, but I don’t think they did. They would have had fans. I was only about twelve when I visited there. […]

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