Stage Actors Quotes


The crossover wasn't happening. TV actors were TV actors and film and stage actors were a whole different thing. And now there's just a lot of crossover.

There are so many stage actors on TV but you wouldn't know they were stage actors. And film and TV actors are going to the stage as well so the crossover is great now.

I love stage actors. The pool of world class actors that have done theater [is big] there's a higher opportunity of grabbing somebody from that pool.

I'm a Navy brat. You find that a lot of stage actors are Army or Navy brats because they have the ability to make a big impression make friends and then leave just a few months later.

The great actors are the luminous ones. They are the great conductors of the stage.

A symphony is a stage play with the parts written for instruments instead of for actors.

When I'm on stage I feel alive. It's the most rewarding feeling an actor can live.

I love Back Stage. I have lots of theater friends and actors who depend on Back Stage.

I think not every improviser is a good stage actor. Certainly not every stage actor is a good improviser.

That was my original dream anyway to be on stage. I think the stage is an actor's place because actors it belongs to you.

The world 's a theatre the earth a stage Which God and Nature do with actors fill.

Actors and actresses make magic ' I said. 'They make things happen on the stage; they invent; they create.

Stage actors look down on movie actors movie actors look down on TV actors and TV actors look down on... mass murderers...

The world of chemical reactions is like a stage on which scene after scene is ceaselessly played. The actors on it are the elements.

Actors are always grabbing each other on stage looking in each other's eyes making a moment so private the audience doesn't know what they're doing.

There's a reason why actors are always dying to work with the Coens. They just set the stage for you to do their best work.

I've always known actors because my parents are actors on stage and so I lived in a very creative environment when I was a kid. All my life.

I always think the great parts outlive the actors that play them and that's a stage tradition that goes back hundreds of years and it should be that way.

When actors encounter a mishap during a stage performance they transform it for good purpose by employing a technique called use the difficulty.How can you use the difficultyin your life?