Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Staging Quotes from famous authors such as Ayushmann Khurrana, Amit Shah, Marianne Elliott, Ike Turner, Alan Taylor. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I played Shylock in my school’s staging of ‘Merchant of Venice.’
While staging demonstrations against wrongs, please do not cross the line, and see to it that no situation is allowed to turn into a riot.
Staging any play is very exposing because, if you are going to do it well, you have to put so much of yourself into it.
I always considered myself being an organizer. I’m very good at teaching singers, I’m very good at staging a show, to entertain people. But I never included myself. I never applied this to me as an artist.
I love staging action and wide-shots, not necessarily going to close-ups.
To have the athletes weigh in on a stage, televised, it makes no sense. Holding us at weight to run us through medicals and a staging process, it lengthens the time we’re depleting ourselves.
I’m interested in the acting and staging of specific emotions, and so I work with actors. It’s a small proportion of what I do, but it’s always what people seem to focus on.
I really enjoy blocking and staging. I think most of visual storytelling is camera placement and how to stage action around the camera.
Everything in Wagner’s work – the music, the acting, the staging – stemmed from the text. Everything served to interpret the text.
‘Va Savoir’ is a lovable comedy about love that looks upon life as drama and uses the world of the theater as a staging device.
Lady Gaga is not saying anything new, she’s just quoting something that’s already been said, and staging it. It rarely seems sincere. That’s why I always try to say something authentic.
When we started making ‘Selma,’ the Black Lives Matter movement didn’t exist. The parallels between Martin Luther King staging these marches, suffering police brutality… we weren’t even aware when making the film that these sorts of things would start to happen again in 2015.
People now know of the word intervention and think they understand what it means, but more often than not they go about intervening the wrong way. I see people staging things on their own. But discussing the nature of somebody’s condition over breakfast isn’t an intervention.
As for radio and movies, I like the movies better, although the work is much harder. The cinema has microphone technique, staging, and glamour all wrapped up into one.
Staging Formula One is incredibly expensive.
Directors sometimes have good ideas that I wished I’d had, not on rewriting but simply on staging.
It’s great when it all comes together in a great musical like ‘Sweeney Todd,’ when Stephen Sondheim writes songs from heaven, the book is good and the staging is good. But it’s very rare when that happens.
The staging for ‘Monsters’ is all about me getting free. In the beginning I’m like tied, in a dark place… until I am scared no more, and I’m taking the lead of my life, I’m being the queen of my life, I’m ruling the world! In the end I’m taking a risk, but I’m taking the leap of faith.
Canada has become such a staging area for Chinese money.
2012 has been an extraordinary year for our country. We cheered our Queen to the rafters with the Jubilee, showed the world what we’re made of by staging the most spectacular Olympic and Paralympic Games ever and – let’s not forget – punched way above our weight in the medals table.
Part of the problem with producing contemporary political theater in America today is that many theaters don’t have flexibility or resources, be it hiring a lot of actors or staging a work that might be tough for some audience and board members.
An ex-ABT ballerina, while staging a ballet for the company, once followed a dancer into the bathroom to deliver notes through the stall door. She was known to bark – literally, like a dog – during private rehearsals.
There have been moments when I was physically strained, but I have overcome the hardships by staging performances and receiving support from our members and fans.
People think, ‘Oh, you’re doing ‘The Wiz’ because ‘Empire’ is such a big hit.’ The truth is, staging this musical has been a dream of ours since the ’90s, but the rights were tied up. It’s just coincidental that, this year, when we were choosing a new musical, the rights were cleared.
My mother grew up strong. She was a charismatic leader among her peers, staging plays, organizing projects, raising money for charity; she was fiercely protective of her younger brother, with whom she shared a passion for jazz and rock and roll.