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You'd think is something one would grow out of. But you grow into it. The more you do, the more you realize how painfully easy it is to be lousy and how very difficult to be good.
|Glenda||Jackson||People, March 1985|
You're an actor, are you? Well, all that means is: you are irresponsible, irrational, romantic, and incapable of handling an adult emotion or a universal concept without first reducing it to something personal, material, sensational -- and probably sexual.
Young actors, fear your admirers! Learn in time, from your first steps, to hear, understand and love the cruel truth about yourselves. Find out who can tell you that truth and talk of your art only with those who can tell you the truth.
Your eyes will always go to red, which is why there is a lady in red in all my shows.
|Florence||Klotz||It Happened On Broadway|
My process is that I will read the play a couple of times and then not do anything until I've spoken with the director, because, of course, there are 500 different ways a play can look--and still honor every word that's in those stage directions. I don't want to think about how it works until I know what the director is interested in, and if the playwright is around, what they're thinking about as they've written it. Then I go away and do my research.
|Rachel||Hauck||Interview with the set designer in Stage Directions magazine, August 2019|
|Acting, Directing, General||
Theater is a verb before it is a noun, an act before it is a place.
|Martha||Graham||Merce Cunningham: The Modernizing of Modern Dance, by Roger Copeland (Routledge Books)|
You know what's the loudest noise in the world, man? The loudest noise in the world is silence.
|Thelonious||Monk||The Quotable Musician, from Bach to Tupac, by Sheila E. Anderson (Allworth Press)|