“I come prepared. I come ready… When I’m prepared, now I’m ready to have fun, and I’m no longer nervous, I’m just excited.” – Russell Hornsby
“It’s very intimate. There are certain moments where it feels like it’s just you and the lens.” – Saoirse Ronan on Film Acting
“I have trepidation of doing anything, acting wise. I have a healthy dose of anxiety.” – Andrew Garfield
“As soon as this is over I will be on the hunt for the next play,” Evans said.
Brian d’Arcy James: “The bulk of my time as an actor has been ‘hustle, hustle’ to get to the next thing”
“Cause that’s where you’re challenged and that’s where you grow and that’s what makes it interesting.” – Brian d’Arcy James on Finding Variety in His Roles
“You have to do your best to fulfill the role, not fulfill yourself” – Bernadette Peters
Interview: Richard Short on ‘Crazy Famous’, Broadway and Asking Himself, “What Would [Mark] Rylance Do?”
“Oh, they’re horrible. They’re horrible, and they’re fake and their not inductive to good work. That’s the truth.” – Richard Short on Auditions
“My agent called and said, ‘You need to go on this thing. It’s worth it. You should start preparing immediately” – Alicia Silverstone
“I’m interested in different challenges, and challenging myself and just trying to get better.” – Denzel Washington
Laurie Metcalf on Acting: “I love it as much now as I did when I started, and I feel so lucky to be able to do it”
“I think that I experience things much more intensely when I’m acting. I get into the work and feel things very deeply, more so than I do in my own life.” – Laurie Metcalf
McGinley talks about Stan and the tiny moment that anchored last season, his time on Broadway and more!
Karl recalls his highs and lows on stages and reveals the charming side that has made him a huge star.
Jones revealed the various anxieties she had about her career and how she learned that it was important to be herself.
“We always try to find the recognizable thread. The thing that we relate to is always the strongest point to start from.” – Rachel Bay Jones
Linney cast’s some light on why revivals in theater are looked at differently than their television and film counterparts.
Field reveals how the lack of intermission helps her maintain her energy and why she decided to return to Broadway after a nearly 15-year break.
“I think who we are as actors, we can’t have an objective perspective. When you’re directed by someone who is incredible, they have the ability to see it and explain it and bring you to it.”
DeVito reveals his onstage egg-eating technique and talks about performing for a Broadway audience.
Mark Ruffalo on his Return to Broadway: “All I wanted to do was get on a stage with a group of people I trust and love and do a great play”
In the current Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s The Price, Mark Ruffalo returns to Broadway for the first time in over a decade (he last appeared in 2006’s Awake and Sing!)
Interview: Michael Xavier on ‘Sunset Boulevard’, Glenn Close and the Weirdest Thing That’s Happened On-Stage
“As an actor, I’m always trying to learn constantly. Always trying to hone my craft.” – Michael Xavier