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American puppeteer, cartoonist, author and speaker 1933-2019
When I was eight, I bought my first puppet. It was a monkey, and I paid five cents for it. I collected some scrap wood and built myself a puppet theatre. I made 32 cents with my first show, which I thought was pretty good, and that's when I knew I would be a puppeteer when I grew up.
A good drama critic is one who perceives what is happening in the theatre of his time. A great drama critic also perceives what is not happening.
English moviedirector 1899-1980
A good film is when the price of the dinner, the theatre admission and the babysitter were worth it.
C. L. R. James
Trinidadian historian, journalist and socialist 1901-1989
Cricket is first and foremost a dramatic spectacle. It belongs with theatre, ballet, opera and the dance.Source: Beyond a Boundary
Carol Ann Duffy
British poet and playwright 1955-
Edinburgh is my favourite city. We'll be doing a lot of children's theatre and galleries.
American Major League Baseball franchise owner and promoter 1914-
Every baseball crowd, like every theatre audience, has its own distinctive attitude and atmosphere.
Augustus William Hare
Everybody has his own theatre, in which he is manager, actor, prompter, playwright, sceneshifter, boxkeepeer, doorkeeper, all in one, and audience into the bargain.
English actress 1946-
Everyone the world over talks about British actors and British talent and I think that's because we were trained - until now - in theatre.
French stage actress
For the theatre one needs long arms; it is better to have them too long than too short. An artiste with short arms can never, never make a fine gesture.
Joseph L. Mankiewicz
American film director, screenwriter, and producer 1909-1993
I am a critic - as essential to the theatre as ants to a picnic.
American Dancer 1878-1927
I had learned to have a perfect nausea for the theatre: the continual repetition of the same words and the same gestures, night after night, and the caprices, the way of looking at life, and the entire rigmarole disgusted me.
Andrew Lloyd Webber
English composer and impresario 1948-
I knew nothing about film at all. I suppose the biggest surprise is all these things. In the theatre we sort of do, I might do two or three key interviews and that would be it.
American actor 1972-
I like the theatre because you paint with broad strokes. To me the theatre is stretching its definition really far.
American writer and playwright 1897-1975
I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.
Czech statesman, writer and former dissident 1936-2011
I think theatre should always be somewhat suspect.
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