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The novel is more of a whisper, whereas the stage is a shout. Robert Holman#Theater 86
Robert Holman#Theater 86
There was a time when all these things would have passed me by, like the flitting figures of a theatre, sufficient for the amusement of an hour. But now, I have lost the power of looking merely on the surface. Lydia Maria Child#Theater 73
Lydia Maria Child#Theater 73
The theater, which is in no thing, but makes use of everything Antonin Artaud#Theater 69
Antonin Artaud#Theater 69
This...is an age of specialization, and in such an age the repertory theater is an anachronism, a ludicrous anachronism. Minnie Maddern Fiske#Theater 68
Minnie Maddern Fiske#Theater 68
I submit all my plays to the National Theatre for rejection. To assure myself I am seeing clearly. Howard Barker#Theater 66
Howard Barker#Theater 66
I would just like to mention Robert Houdin who in the eighteenth century invented the vanishing birdcage trick and the theater matinee - may he rot and perish. Good afternoon. Orson Welles#Theater 65
Orson Welles#Theater 65
...I have never known a movement in the theater that did not work direct and serious harm. Indeed, I have sometimes felt that the very people associated with various uplifting activities in the theater are people who are astoundingly lacking in idealism. Minnie Maddern Fiske#Theater 65
Minnie Maddern Fiske#Theater 65
The theatre is the best way of showing the gap between what is said and what is seen to be done, and that is why, ragged and gap-toothed as it is, it has still a far healthier potential than some poorer, abandoned arts. David Hare#Theater 64
David Hare#Theater 64
Reviewers...must normally function as huff-and-puff artists blowing laggard theatergoers stageward. Walter Kerr#Theater 61
Walter Kerr#Theater 61
I think theatre should always be somewhat suspect. Vaclav Havel#Theater 60
Vaclav Havel#Theater 60
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