My grandmother taught me to knit, and as I knit, my mind returns to my childhood.
Sunday is the day I connect with Buenos Aires. I speak to or text my mother every day, but on Sunday I phone everyone.
I hate, hate Times Square!
I like to tell stories through dancing and singing.
I met Patti LuPone and Elaine Paige in a party. I didn't speak too much with Patti, but she was lovely with me.
I really enjoy spending time at home.
When I am working, I have two shows on Saturday, and when I wake up, and it's a lovely day, I just cry. I'm joking: I love my job.
I know I want to work for my whole life because I know I can't live without music or dancing. But I don't know if I want to be a big star.
I love to be awful. There's nothing wrong with being awful.
I would like to play Broadway!
I've never been punched in the face, so I didn't know it would hurt so much!
'Piaf' I did it because I wanted to do more theater instead of only musicals, and someone gave me the book and said to me, 'You have to do it.'
Sometimes Buenos Aires is not so safe. You are scared to have someone behind you at night.
I remember one director in Argentina said to me, 'You are not going to have any opportunity to be a leading lady because of your height.' And I didn't care. I don't have a complex.
In Buenos Aires, I have a very close friend who speaks very good English, and she taught me. It was quite difficult because the muscles of your mouth are used to your language, and then when you want to speak another language, they don't go to the place they need to go to make the sound.
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