Well, I've always thought that my career was in England, really. I used to do more in the theatre, and I felt that I should be there. It's not far is it? It's amazing the way that special FX have taken a quantum leap in what they're capable of doing.
I started in theatre. I was at Cleveland and I went to London for the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth.
The theatre is a gross art, built in sweeps and over-emphasis. Compromise is its second name.
Because theatre is a story-telling art form, we feel entitled to assume that the playwright got there before we got there.
Every baseball crowd, like every theatre audience, has its own distinctive attitude and atmosphere.
The theatre only knows what it's doing next week, not like the opera, where they say: What are we going to do in five years' time? A completely different attitude.
The truth, the absolute truth, is that the chief beauty for the theatre consists in fine bodily proportions.
I saw 'Sleeping Beauty' when I was, like, 6 years old at the Mercury Theatre. Then, when I came to Disney, I was in the company of these wonderful artists. People like Glen Keane, like Mark Henn, who were brilliant animators who could really bring these things to life.
All the best performers bring to their role something more, something different than what the author put on paper. That's what makes theatre live. That's why it persists.
By the time I was seven, I did a sonnet at Shakespeare's Globe theatre for Shakespeare's birthday because my dad had been at the first season of the Globe and was friends with the artistic director. Somehow, that lead to me doing a sonnet!
Nothing was planned in my career. I just went with the flow and took everything that came to me. Selling potato chips was obvious, as it was a family business. When friends suggested I should try theatre, I gave it a shot. Then I did a lot of advertisements, and then movies happened.
If you're watching a film on your television, is it no longer a film because you're not watching it in a theatre? If you watch a TV show on your iPad, is it no longer a TV show? The device and the length are irrelevant: the labels are useless, except perhaps to agents and managers and lawyers, who use these labels to conduct business deals.
I love the rehearsal process in the theatre, and the visceral sense of contact and communication with a live audience.
It's communication - that's what theatre is all about.
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