(Clicking on a name bolded in blue will take readers to that actor or show's entry in the Playbill Vault.)
"It gave me hope for my own
future in this business."
"It made me want to be a braver actor."
"As an audience member, it was like taking a masterclass. As an actor on the stage with her, it was a full masters degree program."
"I decided that if I could just work with him, I would have it made."
Stockard Channing in Other Desert Cities.
"I couldn't see her acting, not once. I only heard the story."
The Horses in War Horse.
"My mind was completely transported by the physical artistry and those who embodied it."
"I felt like I was watching and hearing the birth of a star."
(not to mention Follies, South Pacific, etc.)
"I literally bent down and kissed his feet."
"I never saw it live in a theatre as I was a mere child, but it was hauntingly hot (which now seems inappropriate to say)."
Laura Linney in Time Stands Still.
"For me, Laura Linney in anything is worth writing about."