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I always assumed I’d spend my life happily performing in artsy-fartsy little theaters.
I missed singing. I missed performing in a nightclub.
I’ve been performing my whole life.
Music is a performing art, as any Native American will tell you. It isn’t there in the score.
Adapting your own book is like performing open-heart surgery on your own child.
I persist in performing.
My job is to make sure we keep performing.
In America, everyone writes but no one reads. Everyone’s writing all day long – sending emails, tweets, text messages; they all think they’re James Cameron’s Avatar, performing in some video game for which they make up the script.
No, we’ve been performing our old songs a little differently each performance.
There was no professional theater in Cork, but still I did a lot of performing.
Do you know how many concerts I’ve done in my whole life, in more than 35 years of performing? Sixty-four.
Performing is my therapy, to become different people onstage.
Productivity is driven at the enterprise level. Better wages, better performing workplaces, are driven at the workplace level.
Performing, for me, has always been a very inner process.
Performing is my passion. Being onstage is at once exhilarating, beguiling, and fulfilling. But it’s hard.