People make snap judgments about me that are frequently misguided.
When I was born, they put casts on my legs 'cause I had some kind of dysplasia or something. My legs were all messed up.
People are at their happiest if they are true to themselves. I think that applies to their chosen profession, friends and relationships. It goes for your health too. If you are true to yourself, it seems to me everything should work out pretty well.
Anything that I do, I try to make it as good as I possibly can.
I've never danced professionally as a ballet dancer, but all of my training is ballet, and I am a Fosse dancer.
I'm not a performer who will come on stage and tell you everything about my life. It's just not who I am.
I've seen some very beautiful drag queens.
When you're a dancer who is injured, you are at the bottom of the food chain. We are so replaceable.
I've been on stage since I was 7. That's where I'd rather be than anywhere else. Just because you can do a bunch of things doesn't mean you are a bunch of things. I can act. I can sing. But I am a dancer.
I don't see my dancing or acting as two separate things. I don't define them separately, so I can't say one has helped the other, It's all the same thing. More than anything I love being on stage and performing.
Certainly the life of a dancer is very difficult. The training is very hard and relentlessly grueling.
I am a very complicated person.
I don't see myself as a diva at all.
Shakespeare feels very natural to me.
In New York I was always offered the hot, sexy roles. But in L.A. I was offered the plain, dowdy roles. It says a lot about the difference between the coasts.
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