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I would love to sing. I would love to do a musical, but I wouldn't say that that singing is my strong suit.
Hollywood producers aren't going to say, 'Get me that swearing, grey-haired, headless chicken. We need him for our new 'High School Musical' movie!'
My background is in musical comedy. I didn't know I was going to be an actor. But all my points of reference have to do with musical comedy and in being kind of a showoff.
The band is a living, breathing thing. It grows in the same way we do as human beings and if it doesn't, it dies. It's important to feed the organism, and one way of doing that is to set musical challenges that keep it alive.
I've been traveling all over the world for 25 years, performing, talking to people, studying their cultures and musical instruments, and I always come away with more questions in my head than can be answered.
I would definitely say that I am a very big movie musical fan in general, and I try to see every one that I possibly can - and 'Glee' every week.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Listen to any musical phrase or rhythm, and grasp it as a whole, and you thereupon have present in you the image, so to speak, of the divine knowledge of the temporal order.
My musical tastes change every week.
I have a fantastic studio in my home, and it's my biggest toy. I have about a half a million dollars worth of musical equipment in my house.
I want to do a musical movie. Like Evita, but with good music.
I was the dork in high school who sang musical numbers up and down the hallways.
I try not to get trapped in any one musical or visual style at all.
Terror works like a musical composition, so many instruments, all in tune, playing perfectly together to create their desired effect. Sorrow and horror and fear.
When I think of musical geniuses, I think of Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson and Prince. That's who comes to mind.
I'd love to do a musical. I've been known to have a good step or two. I'm half Samoan, you know, and part of our culture is singing and dancing daily.
You know, and it really doesn't have a lot to do with the movie. That's the trick to doing a good musical is that, if you take that music number out, there's less to the movie there. You would miss it.
I think Philadelphia has been underrated over the years as a musical region.
I really believe musical form will go on. There's got to be a way of making musical form in cinema live again.
We've got to find a way to protect the process of making musical theater.
What's missing in the musical theater is producers willing to nurture new work, raise the money and put it on.
To me, Bill's musical heart is in Earthworks, in the jazz they are playing, in the acoustic kit.
Negro music and culture are intrinsically improvisational, existential. Nothing is sacred. After a decade, a musical idea, no matter how innovative, is threatened.
I was a ballet dancer and that kind of bled into musical theater. I was constantly in rehearsal for one thing or another.
Musical types tend to combine the burden of the author with the burden of the actor.
The musical is the one area of the theater that can give you the biggest buzz of all.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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