Broadway has some very tight expectations as to what a show is.
I can go out raw with nothing, and my fans would still be happy, but I feel that I owe it to them to give them almost like a Broadway musical at this point in my life. I have to give them something more, so I do have to think of different ways to do it.
I don't think of myself as a TV actor. I think of myself as a film, television and Off-Off-Off-Off Broadway actor.
I want to be a recording artist for my whole entire life. But Broadway is something I would come back to at any given moment. I love, love, love doing theater.
My one ambition was to go to Broadway, and I never gave up on that dream.
I miss Broadway, what little there is on Broadway now.
It was the first time that I was on Broadway, and I got to run as fast as I could to keep up. And I loved it!
I'm in a play on Broadway, I have an animated TV show coming up, I have a few movies that just came out.
All those days of waiting on tables until I could get a role on Broadway, all that time going to school taking lessons, and all those years of being a nobody following a dream-and now here it is.
My early days in Broadway were all comedies. I never did a straight play on Broadway.
My childhood dream was always to be on Broadway. I wanted to end up in TV and film. It's kind of flipped, and I'm not mad about it, but my childhood dream is Broadway and I want to end up there.
And what would be great numbers in a Broadway show are now on stage of the New York City Ballet.
By the time I started writing plays, Broadway was never an expectation, so it's never been central.
If I was on Broadway, I would want to do anything Vaudeville or a biopic.
When you're doing a Broadway show, you have no free time.
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