I've been booed on stages. I'm a little bit tougher than to walk off a stage because someone says something ugly.
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.
There's a feeling of elation that comes after getting off stage and then there's a feeling of utter sadness that comes after getting off the stage.
I didn't want there to be a computer on stage. When I see people with computers on stage, I think, 'Are you sending e-mail?' That's so corny.
I started out doing my mother's nightclub act, and I had stage fright.
I can't remember that I ever had just a minute of stage fright.
Things danced on the screen do not look the way they do on the stage. On the stage, dancing is three-dimensional, but a motion picture is two-dimensional.
A symphony is a stage play with the parts written for instruments instead of for actors.
With 'Tron,' we had so many crew members around and a stage full of special effects people that know exactly what has to be done in the situations. You're on a stage in sets the whole time.
I got on stage for the first time when I was seven. From seven until I was about nine it was probably more to do with just being on stage and having the attention.
I get very nervous before I get on the stage, but once I'm on the stage, I'm just, you know, me. Nothing hurts me.
There's such an array of brilliant roles for young women. You read all these amazing young women going through different stages in their life - different stages, different fascinations, different textualities, different friendships.
I think when an actress marries she should leave the stage. She cannot be happy if she is married and remains on the stage. She must care more for her art or for her husband.
The water doesn't know how old you are.
It’s comforting to me,” he added, “that beauty can come from violence, if only in metaphor.
I've had fish come up on stage, and it's pretty disgusting. I try and discourage that. I discourage anything flying up on stage, actually.
I always used to say when I was on television that I prefer to be on stage and when on stage I prefer to do television. Typical human condition.
I have social anxiety. It's easier up on stage because there's security in being there. When I'm off stage I'm trying not to be a manic freak. I'm quite shy.
I'll always be back to the stage. I have no doubt that the stage will always call me back. There will always be a character that no one else can play, and I'll be back to play it.
I tell people that anything that could ever happen to you on stage has happened to me. My clothes have fallen off. I've fallen off the stage. I've gotten sick - anything.
Stage fright is very common and could be overcomed through step by step processes, but stuttering is a fright that takes time to conquer.