Quotes: theater

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  • Adam Pascal
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    Any show that's bringing in a young audience is doing a good thing, because that's the only way that theater will continue to grow. All the other audience members are going to be dead soon!.
  • George Bernard Shaw
    George Bernard Shaw
    Irish-English writer and critic 1856-1950
    George Bernard Shaw
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    As long as more people will pay admission to a theater to see a naked body than to see a naked brain, the drama will languish.
  • August Wilson
    August Wilson
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    As soon as white folks say a play's good, the theater is jammed with blacks and whites.
  • Betty Buckley
    Betty Buckley
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    Broadway has changed tremendously from the early days when the shows were referred to as musical comedies. Musical Theater is now a more expanded art form. Back then, singer/actors were not the norm. From the 60's to now, it is necessary to do it all to be a consummate Broadway performer.
  • Bill Dedman
    Bill Dedman
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    Cincinnatians support a symphony, an opera, a ballet, museums, many galleries and theater groups.
  • Roman Polanski
    Roman Polanski
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    Cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theater.
  • Alan Jay Lerner
    Alan Jay Lerner
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    Coughing in the theater is not a respiratory ailment. It is a criticism.
  • God help us if we ever take the theater out of the auction business or anything else. It would be an awfully boring world.
  • Gail Godwin
    Gail Godwin
    American novelist and short story writer 1937-
    Gail Godwin
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    Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theater.
  • Bobby Cannavale
    Bobby Cannavale
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    Growing up, I wasn't an athlete or anything like that. The only place I felt like I belonged was in the theater.
  • Beah Richards
    Beah Richards
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    Having grown up in a racist culture where 2 and 2 are not 5, I have found life to be incredibly theatrical and theater to be profoundly lifeless.
  • Bryan Cogman
    Bryan Cogman
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    I come from the theater, where the response to your work is immediate, and I suppose there's a part of me that still craves that.
  • I did a play in New York at the public theater, a Shakespeare play, and M. Night Shyamalan, who is the writer/director of 'The Village,' came and saw me in the play and asked to go to lunch afterwards.
  • Bryan Batt
    Bryan Batt
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    I didn't have any role models. I really thought I was doomed to this loveless, lonely life. I didn't know any gay people until I began doing theater.
  • August Wilson
    August Wilson
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    I first got involved in theater in 1968, at the height of a social tumult. I was a poet.
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