Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches
Harper: What are you doing in my hallucination?
Prior: I'm not in your hallucination. You're in my dream. (1.7.5-6)
Harper: Imagination can't create anything new, can it? It only recycles bits and pieces for the world and reassembles them into visions. [...] Nothing unknown is knowable. (1.7.29-31)
Harper: In the whole entire world, you are the only person, the only person I love or have ever loved. And I love you terribly. Terribly. That's what's so awfully, irreducibly real. I can make up anything but I can't dream that away. (2.2.12)