"Playwriting is an act of excavation. It can be an excavation of my own psyche, or a political or social dynamic. . . I love adventures in language that delve deeply into character and story. I love broken hearts. I love plays that aren’t afraid to feel. I love characters who find themselves in moral conflicts. I love gray. I like the hard questions. I’m a fan of politics that have been humanized and dramatized." (Adam Symkowicz, "I Interview laywrights 280: Elaine Romero," aszymblogspot.com, Nov 10, 2010.)
Additional materials can be found at the University of Miami Libraries, Cuban Heritage Collection, INTAR Theater Records, Box 68, Folder 20.