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72 Mcnally Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Mcnally Sayings By Faye Dunaway: I've been working on this feature script for Master Class, a play by Terrence McNally I've been working on this feature script for Master Class, a play by Terrence McNally that won a lot of Tonys. — Faye Dunaway
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Mcnally Sayings By David Letterman: According to the Rand McNally Places-Rated Almanac, the best place to live in America is According to the Rand McNally Places-Rated Almanac, the best place to
live in America is the city of Pittsburgh. The city of New York came
in twenty-fifth. Here in New York we really don't care too much.
Because we know that we could beat up their city anytime. — David Letterman
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Mcnally Sayings By Richard McCabe: As a young actor, I worked with Kevin McNally and have always thought him brilliant. As a young actor, I worked with Kevin McNally and have always thought him brilliant. — Richard McCabe
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Mcnally Sayings By Raymond T. McNally: A certain shoemaker one of the chief towns of Silesia, in the year 1591, September A certain shoemaker one of the chief towns of Silesia, in the year 1591, September 20, on a Friday betimes in the morning, in the further part of his house, where there was adjoining a little garden, cut his own throat with his shoemaker's knife. — Raymond T. McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Aidan McNally: Accepting the facts is always tough, so we search for forgiveness to this universe everyday Accepting the facts is always tough, so we search for forgiveness to this universe everyday to break the shackles, hurt is a prison and I from a very young young age refused to be held prisoner or even conform. — Aidan McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By T.M. McNally: Doubt is a storm. We either ride it out, or we change our course. Neither Doubt is a storm. We either ride it out, or we change our course. Neither is right or wrong
to stay or go. Twenty years ago, should you have really married X, or Y? This college, or that? A life-changing decision one makes becomes the right decision by the fact of simply having been made. — T.M. McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: MARIA. So. How is everyone? Can you hear me? I don't believe in microphones. Singing MARIA. So. How is everyone? Can you hear me? I don't believe in microphones. Singing is first of all about projection. So is speech. People are forgetting how to listen. They want everything blasted at them. Listening takes concentration. If you can't hear me, it's your fault. You're not concentrating. — Terrence McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By David McNally: For capitalism to develop, customary ties between people and the land must be severed, and For capitalism to develop, customary ties between people and the land must be severed, and communal obligations among people disrupted. — David McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Seems Google management figured out it is cheaper, happier and more productive to take care Seems Google management figured out it is cheaper, happier and more productive to take care of their employees and create a positive work environment than to burn them to a crisp, make them afraid of the future, and send them off into the highways and byways of California in search of a Taco Bell for lunch. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Don't pack up your camera until you've left the location. Don't pack up your camera until you've left the location. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Shannon McNally: I won the vote but shunned the soft parade[ ... ]I won every battle and I won the vote but shunned the soft parade
[ ... ]
I won every battle and lost the war
(Geronimo) — Shannon McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: Work with good directors. Without them your play is doomed. At the time of my Work with good directors. Without them your play is doomed. At the time of my first play, I thought a good director was someone who liked my play. I was rudely awakened from that fantasy when he directed it as if he loathed it ... Work with good actors. A good actor hears the way you (and no one else) write. A good actor makes rewrites easy. A good actor tells you things about your play you didn't know. — Terrence McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: John Loengard, the picture editor at Life, always used to tell me, If you want John Loengard, the picture editor at Life, always used to tell me, If you want something to look interesting, don't light all of it. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Every once in a while, it pays to listen to those annoying characters who are Every once in a while, it pays to listen to those annoying characters who are just waiting to tell you how to do your job. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: When shooting a story about someone, their hands should always be on your list to When shooting a story about someone, their hands should always be on your list to shoot. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Troy Mcnally: The basic building block of Evernote is a "note." It can be text, a photo, The basic building block of Evernote is a "note." It can be text, a photo, a snapshot from the web, an e-mail, a chart or graph, anything. — Troy Mcnally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Do not be afraid of mistakes. They will be with you always,every time you put Do not be afraid of mistakes. They will be with you always,every time you put a camera to your eye. [If you] shoot safe, and don't at least occasionally court disaster, you are not trying. Time to hang up the camera. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: 'American Playhouse' is very supportive of writers. That's really why writers like to write for 'American Playhouse' is very supportive of writers. That's really why writers like to write for 'American Playhouse' for very little money. They care about making your play, your script, not some network production. We're treated like playwrights, not like fodder for some machine. — Terrence McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: Young people have got to start their own theaters, really. All good theater is a Young people have got to start their own theaters, really. All good theater is a kind of mom-and-pop operation. Start your own theater. — Terrence McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Shannon McNally: Well, I know a guy, he's from far far awayHe's a songwriter, he got something Well, I know a guy, he's from far far away
He's a songwriter, he got something to say
He says, "People in this city are too busy to hang out
This town's so spread out, no one would hear you if you shout"
Everyone's got a script to sell and someplace else they want to be
There's always a lock that would open if you could just find the key"
(It Ain't Easy Being Green) — Shannon McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: A professor I had in college used to tell me that if someone won't listen A professor I had in college used to tell me that if someone won't listen to what you have to say because you're not wearing a tie, then put on a tie, 'cause what you have to say is more important than not wearing a tie. He was right. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: I don't think I've ever written anything even remotely naturalistic. The closest probably would be I don't think I've ever written anything even remotely naturalistic. The closest probably would be seen as 'Frankie and Johnny,' and that's only 'cause they eat a sandwich and make an omelet in act two. But it's a romantic fairy tale, and I'm very aware of that. I don't think it helps the actors in my plays to lose themselves in the reality of talking to another person. A good McNally actor always knows he's in a play with an audience. — Terrence McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: I like to surprise myself. I've always been attracted to projects where I don't know I like to surprise myself. I've always been attracted to projects where I don't know how they're going to turn out. — Terrence McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: I can't tell you how many pictures I've missed, ignored, trampled, or otherwise lost just I can't tell you how many pictures I've missed, ignored, trampled, or otherwise lost just 'cause I've been so hell bent on getting the shot I think I want. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Unpredictability. Accidents. Not good when you're engaging in, say, brain surgery, but when lighting ... Unpredictability. Accidents. Not good when you're engaging in, say, brain surgery, but when lighting ... wonderful! — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: To me, pictures are about memory. To me, pictures are about memory. — Joe McNally
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Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: I've had wonderful collaborators. They're very different, just as actors are. Working on a show I've had wonderful collaborators. They're very different, just as actors are. Working on a show with Nathan Lane is different from working on a show with Chita Rivera. It keeps you on your toes because it's different every time. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Digital technology has thrown a closed shop wide open, and there are more people out Digital technology has thrown a closed shop wide open, and there are more people out there snapping away than ever before. Some of the pictures are bad, some of them are good, and many of them need some seasoning and direction. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Lucy Alibar: I can't write about rich people having relationship problems and breaking up in New York. I can't write about rich people having relationship problems and breaking up in New York. I don't know that world of Terrence McNally. I knew I had to write people who talk the way I talk. And they talked very different than Terrence McNally. — Lucy Alibar
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: I slid down in the seat and began to weep. I wept for her, for I slid down in the seat and began to weep. I wept for her, for me, but mostly because the siren call of my first big story with a yellow border around it was more powerful than the call of fatherhood. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Dennis McNally: Just as Huckleberry Finn was published, the first generation of African Americans raised in the Just as Huckleberry Finn was published, the first generation of African Americans raised in the postslavery era began to come of age. Among them were people with musical talent, and at first they went to work in minstrelsy, in the well-worn patterns of show business they'd inherited. — Dennis McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: No matter how much crap you gotta plow through to stay alive as a photographer, No matter how much crap you gotta plow through to stay alive as a photographer, no matter how many bad assignments, bad days, bad clients, snotty subjects, obnoxious handlers, wigged-out art directors, technical disasters, failures of the mind, body, and will, all the shouldas, couldas, and wouldas that befuddle our brains and creep into our dreams, always remember to make room to shoot what you love. It's the only way to keep your heart beating as a photographer. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: We make pictures. At the end of the day, we create something potentially significant that We make pictures. At the end of the day, we create something potentially significant that did not exist at the beginning of the day. We go forward, despite the uncertainty. Because this is an act of love and passion, which defies reason and prudence. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: If you're trying to write something that you don't understand and embrace at the very If you're trying to write something that you don't understand and embrace at the very core of you, it's not going to turn out with quite the authenticity and passion it should have. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: I'm of the school 'Write what you know.' You can educate yourself, but the best I'm of the school 'Write what you know.' You can educate yourself, but the best writing usually comes from the heart. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By John McNally: We professional athletes are very lucky. Unlike most mortals, we are given the privilege of We professional athletes are very lucky. Unlike most mortals, we are given the privilege of dying twice - once when we retire and again when death takes us. — John McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Our pictures are our footprints. It's the best way to tell people we were here. Our pictures are our footprints. It's the best way to tell people we were here. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: Write plays that matter. Raise the stakes. Shout, yell, holler, but make yourself heard. It's Write plays that matter. Raise the stakes. Shout, yell, holler, but make yourself heard. It's time for playwrights to reclaim the theatre. We do that by speaking from the heart about the things that matter most to us. If a play isn't worth dying for, maybe it isn't worth writing. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Richard J. McNally: The other contested term is recovered memory therapy. As far as I can tell, no The other contested term is recovered memory therapy. As far as I can tell, no one practicsing psychotherapy today endorses this term as a descriptive of what they do... there are no self-described recovered memory therapists... — Richard J. McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: There are so many rules about play writing. I'd have a nervous breakdown if I There are so many rules about play writing. I'd have a nervous breakdown if I followed them. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By M. Edward McNally: [on the Irish] A race of poets and wordsmiths, my ass. [on the Irish] A race of poets and wordsmiths, my ass. — M. Edward McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Ashlyn Chase: He brightened. "Are you Irish then?" "My last name is McNally. I'm as Irish as He brightened. "Are you Irish then?"
"My last name is McNally. I'm as Irish as Paddy's pig. — Ashlyn Chase
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: In those days, you had to like one or the other. You couldn't like Sutherland In those days, you had to like one or the other. You couldn't like Sutherland AND Callas. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Robert Klein: I love live theater. I get my rocks off by doing stand-up, and I am I love live theater. I get my rocks off by doing stand-up, and I am the only actor. But to show up eight times a week and not have that time for myself; to do someone else's lines? When I work for Wendy Wasserstein or Terrence McNally, Neil Simon or even Shakespeare, I do not have the right to change the lines. — Robert Klein
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: Cheating is not the American way. It is small, while we are large. It is Cheating is not the American way. It is small, while we are large. It is cheap, while we are richly endowed. It is destructive, while we are creative. It is doomed to fail, while our gifts and responsibilities call us to achieve. It sabotages trust and weakens the bonds of spirit and humanity, without which we perish. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Stephen Levine: Buddha left a road map, Jesus left a road map, Krishna left a road map, Buddha left a road map, Jesus left a road map, Krishna left a road map, Rand McNally left a road map. But you still have to travel the road yourself — Stephen Levine
Mcnally Sayings By John McNally: The whole point of life is to maximize your emotional income. Getting that ball and The whole point of life is to maximize your emotional income. Getting that ball and going is a tremendous physical thrill, an ego thrill, a personal power satisfaction. — John McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Faye Dunaway: God bless McNally, it's got some fantastic stuff in it, but it's no easy task God bless McNally, it's got some fantastic stuff in it, but it's no easy task to make a movie out of. — Faye Dunaway
Mcnally Sayings By St. Lucia: A lot of my ideas come from McNally Jackson bookstore. One of my favorite things A lot of my ideas come from McNally Jackson bookstore. One of my favorite things to do is just go there and look through architecture books and interior design books. Something about the aesthetics of space and beautiful images works with my brain. — St. Lucia
Mcnally Sayings By Onno Van Der Hart: Genetic factors may contribute to vulnerability to stressful situations and to personality characteristics that influence Genetic factors may contribute to vulnerability to stressful situations and to personality characteristics that influence the person's risk for entering into potentially hazardous situations (Jang et al., 2003). However, a direct genetic link to traumatization is far from clear (Brewin et al., 2000; Emily et al., 2003; McNally, 2003). — Onno Van Der Hart
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: If you're not having fun, your pictures will reflect that. If you're not having fun, your pictures will reflect that. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: I may think I have inalienable rights to be alive and happy, but I don't I may think I have inalienable rights to be alive and happy, but I don't - life is a blessing. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: The camera's not a camera, really. It's an open door we need to walk through. The camera's not a camera, really. It's an open door we need to walk through. It's up to us to keep moving our feet. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Frank McNally: hungry spirits so that cattle and crops would not be damaged. The nearness of the hungry spirits so that cattle and crops would not be damaged. The nearness of the spirits meant that all sorts of secrets could be divined on Halloween Night. Young couples roasted nuts on a fire, for example, — Frank McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: With me, writing is 60% imagination, 30% people you know and 10% you don't know With me, writing is 60% imagination, 30% people you know and 10% you don't know where it comes from. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Michael McNally: Tioga did you wipe it on my mustache? Tioga did you wipe it on my mustache? — Michael McNally
Mcnally Sayings By John McNally: A coach can't be concerned with the poor ballplayer. If the player can't make it, A coach can't be concerned with the poor ballplayer. If the player can't make it, he's got to be out right away. It's a very tough aspect of coaching, and in this aspect I was weak. Also, some guys get fat on coaching, they get healthy and strong, but other guys get ulcers. — John McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Donna Tartt: Too much - too tempting - to have my hands on it and not look Too much - too tempting - to have my hands on it and not look at it. Quickly I slid it out, and almost immediately its glow enveloped me, something almost musical, an internal sweetness that was inexplicable beyond a deep, blood-rocking harmony of rightness, the way your heart beat slow and sure when you were with a person you felt safe with and loved. A power, a shine, came off it, a freshness like the morning light in my old bedroom in New York which was serene yet exhilarating, a light that rendered everything sharp-edged and yet more tender and lovely than it actually was, and lovelier still because it was part of the past, and irretrievable: wallpaper glowing, the old Rand McNally globe in half-shadow. — Donna Tartt
Mcnally Sayings By Janet McNally: Secrets, my mother told me once, are just stories turned inside out. Secrets, my mother told me once, are just stories turned inside out. — Janet McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: If you view your life as a piece of fabric or a tapestry, the photography If you view your life as a piece of fabric or a tapestry, the photography is the stitching. It keeps everything together. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By John McNally: At some point, you have to sit down and face the page alone. At some At some point, you have to sit down and face the page alone. At some point, the final decisions need to be yours. At some point, you have to give yourself deadlines and stick to them. — John McNally
Mcnally Sayings By John McNally: If you want to be a fiction writer, you need to start reading like a If you want to be a fiction writer, you need to start reading like a fiction writer. To do so, you need to learn about craft so that the next time you pick up a contemporary short story, you're reading it not as an abstraction floating in formaldehyde, existing simply for the theorist's dull scalpel to saw on, but as a concrete thing constructed out of words and shaped by syntax, brought to life by a writer who made several thousand choices, some large, some small, before letting that imperfect beauty, the story, walk on its own two feet. — John McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Photography used to be not for the faint of heart. Its rigors would weed out Photography used to be not for the faint of heart. Its rigors would weed out the not-so-committed pretty quickly. You had to crank the f-stop ring yourself! — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Terrence McNally: Whenever you think you're writing what other people want to hear from you, and that Whenever you think you're writing what other people want to hear from you, and that it'll be commercial, you're doomed to disaster. Writing has to be as truthful and specific as we can make it. The minute we think that we're reaching more people and pleasing them, we get general. And audiences sense that and turn away, shun us. — Terrence McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Technology has eliminated the basement darkroom and the whole notion of photography as an intense Technology has eliminated the basement darkroom and the whole notion of photography as an intense labor of love for obsessives and replaced them with a sense of immediacy and instant gratification. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: A career in photography is a journey without a destination. A career in photography is a journey without a destination. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: You've gotta taste the light, like my friend and fellow shooter Chip Maury says. And You've gotta taste the light, like my friend and fellow shooter Chip Maury says. And when you see light like this, trust me, it's like a strawberry sundae with sprinkles. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: Ansel Adams rattled around the Southwest with his battered truck and his view camera, which Ansel Adams rattled around the Southwest with his battered truck and his view camera, which looked like a giant accordion with a lens attached to it. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Joe McNally: I've been a big fan always of getting my camera in different places and trying I've been a big fan always of getting my camera in different places and trying to seek the unusual vantage point. — Joe McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Shirley Reeser Mcnally: The first year holds trauma unlike any other. The second year is a time of The first year holds trauma unlike any other. The second year is a time of learning hard lessons, facing harsh realities, understanding that you, alone, are responsible for the life change you must accept, the new life you must develop. — Shirley Reeser Mcnally
Mcnally Sayings By T.M. McNally: Remember to have a little faith. When you die, I believe, God isn't going to Remember to have a little faith. When you die, I believe, God isn't going to ask you what you published. God's going to ask you what you wrote. — T.M. McNally
Mcnally Sayings By Janet McNally: I want to make something that's fleeting and impermanent but so real and deep and I want to make something that's fleeting and impermanent but so real and deep and loud. — Janet McNally