Don gave notes after every performance. INCLUDING closing night. :) His attitude was that there was something to be learned after every show, no matter if there was a crowd coming again or not. Don was a great and compassionate teacher. These years later, I remember him best for his sense of humor, and no-nonsense teaching style. Almost every day, he'd eat an entire apple in class. The whole thing. Seeds and all. Leaving no core. He'd sing, "Howww are things in Glocca Moorrraaaa..." as a way to say "Good Morning". His passion for Arthur Lessac is distinct in my memory, as is an exercise he had us do in Acting Studio that had us walking around in a circle, acting like large birds. Don was a good teacher, and invested in every day he taught, which is not something I can say about every professor I ever had. Rest in peace, Don. Thank you for what you taught me. On stages in London and Los Angeles, your lessons have helped me reach the back of the theater...without artificial amplification.