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New Stage Sayings By Malcolm Gets: I really like Los Angeles - I had a good life out there. But the I really like Los Angeles - I had a good life out there. But the reason I choose to live in New York is because when I'm between engagements, as they say, something creative always comes up for me, like 'Julian Po,' or helping teach at NYU, or helping stage a show at Juilliard. — Malcolm Gets
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New Stage Sayings By Jessica Biel: It's a new stage and a new moment in my life. I'm moving forward. It It's a new stage and a new moment in my life. I'm moving forward. It feels quite inspiring, fun, and positive. As I get older, I find a greater sense of self-confidence. I've learned that it's fine to not try to be anything else but myself. — Jessica Biel
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New Stage Sayings By Shalom Harlow: When I started coming to do shows in New York, New York had a pretty When I started coming to do shows in New York, New York had a pretty electric energy then. It was the early-nineties, and there was a lot of really fun theatrical types that were designing, and so the runway kind of became this stage for all of these mega model personalities to flaunt their stuff. — Shalom Harlow
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New Stage Sayings By J. B. Smoove: I've had jokes stolen a thousand times. But if you can do it better than I've had jokes stolen a thousand times. But if you can do it better than me, you can have it. I've had jokes stolen from me in the club when I'm next on stage. And my brain will start to turn, and the gears will start turning, and I'll go onstage and create a whole new bit. — J. B. Smoove
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New Stage Sayings By Julian Barnes: I could only reply that I think---I theorise--that something--something else--happens to the memory over time. I could only reply that I think---I theorise--that something--something else--happens to the memory over time. For years you survive with the same loops, the same facts and the same emotions...The events reconfirm the emotions--resentment, a sense of injustice, relief--and vice versa. There seems no way of accessing anything else; the case is closed. But what if, even at a late stage, your emotions relating to those long-ago events and people change? That ugly letter of mine provoked remorse in me...I felt a new sympathy for them--and her. Then, not long afterwards, I began remembering forgotten things. — Julian Barnes
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New Stage Sayings By Howard Shore: It is very gratifying to see the music from 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy It is very gratifying to see the music from 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy find a new life on the concert stage as it is performed by different orchestras and choruses throughout the world. — Howard Shore
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New Stage Sayings By Gavin Francis: Hennick's iliac artery and vein, as well as the artery and vein of the new Hennick's iliac artery and vein, as well as the artery and vein of the new kidney, were spliced together with neat embroidery stitches. Then the surgeon took a deep breath, stretched his arms like a stage conjurer, and said to me: "You're about to witness the most wonderful sight in the history of medicine." He removed the arterial and venous clamps in sequence, and Hennick's blood began to pump into the withered kidney. Each beat of his heart, visible in the pumping of the arteries, caused the kidney to swell. It was like watching a process of reanimation: a refutation of death. As the kidney grew, its defeated, dimpled surface began to fill out to a lucent pink. The surgeon held up the ureter of the new kidney (the tube that carries urine to the bladder) and I watched as a bead of urine began to grow at its cut end. — Gavin Francis
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New Stage Sayings By Suzanne M. Trauth: It's not always true that all the world's a stage. Sometimes it's a boxing ring. It's not always true that all the world's a stage. Sometimes it's a boxing ring. Right now I had a ringside seat at the Windjammer restaurant in Etonville, New Jersey. — Suzanne M. Trauth
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New Stage Sayings By Michaela Conlin: I was trained on stage at NYU in New York City; I did a lot I was trained on stage at NYU in New York City; I did a lot of theatre then. — Michaela Conlin
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New Stage Sayings By Jacques Vallee: I think the stage is set for the appearance of new faiths, centred on the I think the stage is set for the appearance of new faiths, centred on the UFO belief. To a greater degree than all phenomena modern science is confronting, the UFO can inspire awe, the sense of the smallness of man, and an idea of the possibility of contact with the cosmic. The religions we have briefly surveyed began with the miraculous experiences of one person, but to-day there are thousands for whom the belief in otherworldly contact is based on intimate conviction, drawn from what they regard as personal contact with UFOs and their occupants. — Jacques Vallee
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New Stage Sayings By Cher Wang: As an entrepreneur at heart, I am excited to see so many new opportunities, and As an entrepreneur at heart, I am excited to see so many new opportunities, and I am honoured to accept this opportunity to help shape the next stage of HTC's development, — Cher Wang
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New Stage Sayings By SARK: Inside" ChildrenInside each of us are the children we were at each developmental stage. With Inside" Children
Inside each of us are the children we were at each developmental stage.
With regard to our creative dreams, these inside children can prevent us from living them by "acting out" in order to try to get our attention. Your inner 5-year-old is not going to patiently wait as you learn intricate metalworking techniques or study impressionist painting. Yet, your inner 10-year-old may be perfectly suited to learn and observe new skills.
What's really needed is parenting of these inside children so that we bring them to age-appropriate activities. — SARK
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New Stage Sayings By Greg Graffin: Evolution doesn't invent new cells or organs very often. In the same sense, once organ Evolution doesn't invent new cells or organs very often. In the same sense, once organ systems have been established by natural selection, they don't go extinct (though some organs lose their function - for instance the human appendix, which was originally larger in our ancestors, as seen in other mammals, and used to digest cellulose at an earlier stage of mammalian evolution). Through the long course of evolution, organs have retained their physiological functions, even if sometimes they get used in new ways. It's not at all uncommon to find ancient organs co-opted, or perhaps "improved upon" by more recent taxa, while at the same time retaining their basic functions under new environmental circumstances. — Greg Graffin
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New Stage Sayings By Josiah Strong: The time is coming when the pressure of population on the means of subsistence will The time is coming when the pressure of population on the means of subsistence will be felt here as it is now felt in Europe and Asia. Then will the world enter upon a new stage of its history - the final competition of races, for which the Anglo-Saxon is being schooled. — Josiah Strong
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New Stage Sayings By Robert Anton Wilson: Wise men have regarded the earth as a tragedy, a farce, even an illusionist's trick; Wise men have regarded the earth as a tragedy, a farce, even an illusionist's trick; but all, if they are truly wise, and not merely intellectual rapists, recognize that it is certainly some kind of stage in which we all play roles, most of us being very poorly coached and totally unrehearsed before the curtain rises. Is it too much if I ask, tentatively, that we agree to look upon it as a circus, a touring carnival wandering about the sun for a record season of four billion years and producing new monsters and miracles, hoaxes and bloody mishaps, wonders and blunders, but never quite entertaining the customers well enough to prevent them from leaving, one by one, and returning to their homes for a long and bored winter's sleep under the dust? — Robert Anton Wilson
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New Stage Sayings By Laura Donnelly: Once, and only once, I walked on stage and my mind went utterly blank! I Once, and only once, I walked on stage and my mind went utterly blank! I had no idea why I was there! My fellow actors had to rescue me. I was very young and new to the business, so I'm glad it didn't give me stage fright for the rest of my life! — Laura Donnelly
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New Stage Sayings By Fannie Hurst: The literary wiseacres prognosticate in many languages, as they have throughout so many centuries, setting The literary wiseacres prognosticate in many languages, as they have throughout so many centuries, setting the stage for new hautmonde in letters and making up the public's mind. — Fannie Hurst
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New Stage Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: Every new stroke of civilization has cost the lives of countless brave men, who have Every new stroke of civilization has cost the lives of countless brave men, who have fallen defeated by the dragon, in their efforts to win the apples of the Hesperides, or the fleece of gold. Fallen in their efforts to overcome the old, half sordid savagery of the lower stages of creation, and win the next stage. — D.H. Lawrence
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New Stage Sayings By Kristen Bell: I'd do pretty much anything to get back on stage. I'd like to develop a I'd do pretty much anything to get back on stage. I'd like to develop a new musical. I nearly had a heart attack when I heard that they're developing John Waters' Cry-Baby because that is so amazing and super and wonderful and I wish that I could be involved. But it's not the right time and I understand that. But I hear things like that and I get that little tingle in my stomach. — Kristen Bell
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New Stage Sayings By Graham Nelson: I'm rather pleased with the new manuals. I see Inform now as a gauche young I'm rather pleased with the new manuals. I see Inform now as a gauche young adult, having got past the stage of growing out of his shoes every few months. — Graham Nelson
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New Stage Sayings By Louis Farrakhan: We have seen an unprecedented gathering of the leaders of black America coming together to We have seen an unprecedented gathering of the leaders of black America coming together to speak with one voice, ... The whole spectrum of black thought was represented on this stage ...
This tells us that a new day is dawning in America. — Louis Farrakhan
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New Stage Sayings By John Kasich: And no one ever expect me to get in the race. They didn't think I And no one ever expect me to get in the race. They didn't think I would get on the debate stage. I did. They didn't think I'd do well in New Hampshire. I finished second. And so we went to South Carolina. In a short period of time later, two weeks ago people in South Carolina had no clue who I was. — John Kasich
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New Stage Sayings By Maya Deren: The universe was once conceived as the passive stage upon which the dramatic conflict of The universe was once conceived as the passive stage upon which the dramatic conflict of human wills was enacted and resolved. Today man has discovered that that which seemed simple and stable is, instead, complex and volatile; his own inventions have put into motion new forces, toward which he has yet to invent a new relationship. Unlike Ulysses, he can no longer travel over a universe stable in space and time to find adventures; nor can he solve intimate antagonisms with an adversary sportingly suitable in stature. Rather, each individual is the center of a personal vortex; and the aggressive variety and enormity of the adventures which swirl about and confront him are unified only by his personal identity.... The integrity of the individual identity is counterpointed to the volatile character of a relativistic universe. — Maya Deren
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New Stage Sayings By Ella Eyre: People are always looking for something new and something to latch on to and to People are always looking for something new and something to latch on to and to back something from an early stage. — Ella Eyre
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New Stage Sayings By Usher: How do I define who Usher is? I'm still doing it - every day, every How do I define who Usher is? I'm still doing it - every day, every new opportunity, every stage, every interview, every other thing that I've done, every time that I've invested in anything that is all the definition of who I am. — Usher
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New Stage Sayings By Alasdair MacIntyre: If my account of our moral condition is correct, we ought also to conclude that If my account of our moral condition is correct, we ought also to conclude that for some time now we too have reached that turning point. What matters at this stage is the construction of local forms of community within which civility and the intellectual and moral life can be sustained through the new dark ages which are already upon us. — Alasdair MacIntyre
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New Stage Sayings By Poul Anderson: At each stage ... entirely new laws, concepts and generalizations are necessary, requiring inspiration and At each stage ... entirely new laws, concepts and generalizations are necessary, requiring inspiration and creativity to just as great a degree as in the previous one. — Poul Anderson
New Stage Sayings By Feist: But that constant adjustment and adaptation to your new environment, all the variables are the But that constant adjustment and adaptation to your new environment, all the variables are the same. There's always a promoter, there's always a rider, there's always a shower, and there's always a stage. — Feist
New Stage Sayings By Richard Schiff: It was tough doing 'Underneath the Lintel' in New Jersey in the wintertime, but rewarding. It was tough doing 'Underneath the Lintel' in New Jersey in the wintertime, but rewarding. Those audiences were lively and interactive. On-stage was great, but off-stage was difficult. — Richard Schiff
New Stage Sayings By Ron Rash: On the last drafts, I focus on the words themselves, including the rub of vowels On the last drafts, I focus on the words themselves, including the rub of vowels and consonants, stressed and unstressed syllables. Yet even at this stage I'm often surprised. A different ending or a new character shows up and I'm back to where I began, letting the story happen, just trying to stay out of the way. — Ron Rash
New Stage Sayings By Sanchita Pandey: LifeLife is a 'stage'Every day is a book's new page.The most of life you should Life

Life is a 'stage'
Every day is a book's new page.
The most of life you should make,
Every difficulty, as an opportunity,
you must take.

What you make out of life: gain or loss,
The choice is finally yours.
Always be in the NOW
For everything in life, be in WOW!

Life's a precious gift from God to you,
One good deed every day, you should do.
Perform your duties and your work,
and you shall surely invite Lady Luck.
Stay positive and have loads of fun
Have a cheerful life in the long run!
Be like the trees, and shine like the Sun
Help everyone, expecting nothing in return.

Life is a gift, make the most out of it
Stay happy, healthy, kind and fit
So that your 'play' is remembered
Reminisced as a 'Hit'!
(Poem Composed by Sangeet Pandey) — Sanchita Pandey
New Stage Sayings By Elena Ferrante: The new living flesh was replicating the old in a game, we were a chain The new living flesh was replicating the old in a game, we were a chain of shadows who had always been on the stage with the same burden of love, hatred, desire, and violence. — Elena Ferrante
New Stage Sayings By Mitch Hewer: 'Britannia High' is this new, edgy series which follows the lives of seven kids, their 'Britannia High' is this new, edgy series which follows the lives of seven kids, their friendships, and the troubles they go through at stage school. — Mitch Hewer
New Stage Sayings By Frederick Lenz: I am a producer of both rock and New Age music, I generally like all I am a producer of both rock and New Age music, I generally like all categories of music. In particular, I enjoy Ozzy's stage presence. — Frederick Lenz
New Stage Sayings By Liu Dan: At that time, I was still in an experimental stage, trying to blend Western drawing At that time, I was still in an experimental stage, trying to blend Western drawing techniques and Chinese brushwork together. It was harder for me back then ... But that piece is special and important, because it represents vigilance and innocence; the kind of precious innocence only present at the beginning of a new artistic exploration. — Liu Dan
New Stage Sayings By Jason Gay: I believe it is possible to find, at any stage in life, a new appreciation I believe it is possible to find, at any stage in life, a new appreciation for what you have and what you don't have, as well as the people closest to you. There's a way to experience life that does not involve a phone or a tablet, or a television screen. — Jason Gay
New Stage Sayings By Sylvia Plath: I'm a riddle in nine syllables,An elephant, a ponderous house, A melon strolling on two I'm a riddle in nine syllables,
An elephant, a ponderous house,
A melon strolling on two tendrils.
O red fruit, ivory, fine timbers!
This loaf's big with its yeasty rising.
Money's new-minted in this fat purse.
I'm a means, a stage, a cow in calf.
I've eaten a bag of green apples,
Boarded the train there's no getting off. — Sylvia Plath
New Stage Sayings By Sean Mahon: I guess home is where the heart is, as they say. I've moved around the I guess home is where the heart is, as they say. I've moved around the stage a lot - but I had intended on moving to New York anyway so I could live closer to Ireland and to Europe. That's where my sensibility is. This has just facilitated that process. — Sean Mahon
New Stage Sayings By Jonas Gahr Store: This paradigm of the war on terror, connecting all kinds of armed resistance around the This paradigm of the war on terror, connecting all kinds of armed resistance around the globe in one huge ideological framework, as a new ideology at a stage in history when most of the major ideologies are gone, does not reflect the facts on the ground. — Jonas Gahr Store
New Stage Sayings By Herbert Marcuse: The present stage redefines the possibilities of man and nature in accordance with the new The present stage redefines the possibilities of man and nature in accordance with the new means available for their realization. — Herbert Marcuse
New Stage Sayings By Rebecca Goldstein: Quite often we are led to aporia, an impasse, unable to proceed a step further. Quite often we are led to aporia, an impasse, unable to proceed a step further. Socrates is almost always there, but even he is only a supporting character. The starring role is given to the philosophical question. It is the philosophical question that is supposed to take center stage, cracking us open to an entirely new variety of experience. — Rebecca Goldstein
New Stage Sayings By Henry Miller: It is no accident that propels people like us to Paris. Paris is simply an It is no accident that propels people like us to Paris. Paris is simply an artificial stage, a revolving stage that permits the spectator to glimpse all phases of the conflict. Of itself Paris initiates no dramas. They are begun elsewhere. Paris is simply an obstetrical instrument that tears the living embryo from the womb and puts it in the incubator. Paris is the cradle of artificial births. Rocking here in the cradle each one slips back into his soil: one dreams back to Berlin, New York, Chicago, Vienna, Minsk. Vienna is never more Vienna than in Paris. Everything is raised to apotheosis. The cradle gives up its babes and new ones take their places. You can read here on the walls where Zola lived and Balzac and Dante and Strindberg and everybody who ever was anything. Everyone has lived here some time or other.Nobody dies here ... — Henry Miller
New Stage Sayings By Bharati Mukherjee: You see for me, America is an idea. It is a stage for transformation. I You see for me, America is an idea. It is a stage for transformation. I felt when I came to Iowa City from Calcutta that suddenly I could be a new person ... What America offers me is romanticism and hope ... Suddenly, I found myself in a country where — Bharati Mukherjee
New Stage Sayings By Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau: When you go out onto the stage, all the preparation has to be forced into When you go out onto the stage, all the preparation has to be forced into your subconscious. For the moment of the performance, we all have to return to a new level of unconsciousness. All the reflection and all the doubts have to be laid aside before you start. — Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
New Stage Sayings By Caroline Myss: Our life crises tell us that we need to break free of beliefs that no Our life crises tell us that we need to break free of beliefs that no longer serve our personal development.
These points at which we must choose to change or to stagnate are our greatest challenges.
Every new crossroads means we enter into a new cycle of change - whether it be adopting a new health regimen or a new spiritual practice.
And change inevitably means letting go of familiar people and places and moving on to another stage of life. — Caroline Myss
New Stage Sayings By Robert Graves: Kaisers and Czars will strut the stage Once more with pomp and greed and rage; Kaisers and Czars will strut the stage Once more with pomp and greed and rage; Courtly ministers will stop At home and fight to the last drop; By the million men will die In some new horrible agony ... — Robert Graves
New Stage Sayings By Dabney Coleman: There is something about New York City that in and of itself is so theatrical There is something about New York City that in and of itself is so theatrical hat I use to think ... I use to feel when I walked out of my apartment on the way to school or anywhere that I was walking out on stage. — Dabney Coleman
New Stage Sayings By Antoine De Saint-Exupery: To give you an idea of the size of the Earth, I will tell you To give you an idea of the size of the Earth, I will tell you that before the invention of electricity it was necessary to maintain, over the whole of six continents, a veritable army of 462, 511 lamplighters for the street lamps. Seen from a slight distance that would make a splendid spectacle. the movements of this army would be regulated like those of the ballet in the opera. First would come the turn of the lamplighters of New Zealand and Australia. Having set their lamps alight, these would go off to sleep. Next, the lamplighters of China and Siberia would enter for their steps in the dance, and then they too would be waved back into the wings. After that would come the turn of the lamplighters of Russia and the Indies; then those of Africa and Europe; then those of South America; then those of North America. And never would they make a mistake in the order of their entry upon the stage. It would be magnificent. — Antoine De Saint-Exupery
New Stage Sayings By Andrew Roberts: The Court of Vienna is behaving very badly,' Napoleon wrote to Joseph from Valladolid on The Court of Vienna is behaving very badly,' Napoleon wrote to Joseph from Valladolid on January 15, 1809, 'it may have cause to repent. Don't be uneasy. I have enough troops, even without touching my army in Spain, to get to Vienna in a month . . . In fact, my mere presence in Paris will reduce Austria to her usual irrelevance.'1 He did not know at that stage that Austria had already received a large British subsidy to persuade her to fight what would become the War of the Fifth Coalition. Archduke Charles had been putting all able-bodied men between eighteen and forty-five into uniform in the new Landwehr militia, some of whose units were indistinguishable from the regular army. — Andrew Roberts
New Stage Sayings By Alan W. Watts: All information will come in by super-realistic television and other electronic devices as yet in All information will come in by super-realistic television and other electronic devices as yet in the planning stage or barely imagined. In one way this will enable the individual to extend himself anywhere without moving his body - even to distant regions of space. But this will be a new kind of individual - an individual with a colossal external nervous system reaching out and out into infinity. And this electronic nervous system will be so interconnected that all individuals plugged in will tend to share the same thoughts, the same feelings, and the same experiences. There may be specialized types, just as there are specialized cells and organs in our bodies. For the tendency will be for all individuals to coalesce into a single bio-electronic body. — Alan W. Watts
New Stage Sayings By Ai Yazawa: The table was her stage. The mobile phone was the microphone. And the new moon The table was her stage. The mobile phone was the microphone. And the new moon was the spotlight. That kind of magic only Nana could make it happen. — Ai Yazawa
New Stage Sayings By Jeff Britting: The idea for Anthem the play began over twenty years ago. I was assisting in The idea for Anthem the play began over twenty years ago. I was assisting in the production of another Ayn Rand work, Ideal. I moved to New York and began working on producing the play with my partners. And as a way to raise money to cover some venture debt, we decided to stage Anthem for a limited run at the Lex Theatre in Hollywood. — Jeff Britting
New Stage Sayings By William Shakespeare: Totus mundus agit histrionem. (All the World's a Stage.)[Motto of William Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (f. Totus mundus agit histrionem. (All the World's a Stage.)
[Motto of William Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (f. 1599) and its acting company, The King's Men; taken from the first play to be performed on the new stage.] — William Shakespeare
New Stage Sayings By Thomas Dyja: One thing he'd learned in ten years on the New York Stage was this: don't One thing he'd learned in ten years on the New York Stage was this: don't make friends with the man who plays Hamlet; make friends with the man who pays Hamlet. — Thomas Dyja
New Stage Sayings By Heather Watts: Misty Copeland is making history. During American Ballet Theatre's current season at the Metropolitan Opera Misty Copeland is making history. During American Ballet Theatre's current season at the Metropolitan Opera House, Copeland will alight on that storied Lincoln Center stage, making her New York debut as the Swan Queen in the iconic masterpiece Swan Lake - a crowning achievement for any dancer, regardless of the color of her skin. — Heather Watts
New Stage Sayings By Drew Seeley: I'm living in New York, getting paid to do what I love. I get to I'm living in New York, getting paid to do what I love. I get to boss people around, wear a fancy costume, dance with beautiful mermaids, and meet my fans every night at the stage door. I'm loving it. — Drew Seeley
New Stage Sayings By Ben Vereen: The stage sharpened my creative instrument and encouraged me to go deeper and try new The stage sharpened my creative instrument and encouraged me to go deeper and try new things. — Ben Vereen
New Stage Sayings By Gerard Way: When we first started out I had a really big issue and a lot of When we first started out I had a really big issue and a lot of my loved ones had a really big issue with the fact that I was totally in pain up there and there was a time when I tried to hurt myself off stage, but I got over that. Like, you should never want to hurt yourself. You should love yourself. Sometimes you have to kind of die inside in order to rise from your own ashes and believe in yourself and love yourself and become a new person and I think that that is going to be a lot of what the next record is about, not to plug it or anything. Like, it's going to talk about dying and coming back to become what you totally want to become. We are all becoming what we want to become. — Gerard Way
New Stage Sayings By Robert Sarah: no longer a sort of decadence but, rather, a dictatorship of horror, a programmed genocide no longer a sort of decadence but, rather, a dictatorship of horror, a programmed genocide of which the Western powers are guilty. This relentless campaign against life is a new, definitive stage in the relentless campaign against God's plan. — Robert Sarah
New Stage Sayings By Kathleen Turner: I feel different, better, about my personal life as well as my professional life. So I feel different, better, about my personal life as well as my professional life. So much confidence comes simply because I have reached this very good age. Women my age today are forging new ground. Society stops defining us by our reproductive capacity, sexual attractiveness, or other traditional measures, so we become liberated from stereotype. We are freed to grow into our full selves.

I couldn't have allowed myself to feel so positive in the past. When I was at the height of my film career, I didn't have the kind of respect I now have from the theatrical community. I hadn't yet proved that I have the chops for the stage. But now I have a stature I've never before enjoyed.

Virginia Woolf herself observed that when her Aunt Mary left her enough money to live on, her financial independence meant she "need not hate" or "flatter any man." She said this was of even more value to her freedom and autonomy than the right to vote. — Kathleen Turner
New Stage Sayings By Nina George: Hesse's Stage came to Perdu's mind. Most people were familiar with the first line, of Hesse's Stage came to Perdu's mind. Most people were familiar with the first line, of course: "In all beginnings dwells a magic force..." but very few people know the ending: "For guarding us and helping us to live." And hardly anyone realized that Hesse wasn't talking about new beginnings. He meant a readiness to bid farewell. Farewell to old habits, Farwell to illusions. Farewell to a long-expired life, in which one was nothing but a husk, rustled by the occasional sigh. — Nina George
New Stage Sayings By Peter Brook: Theatres, actors, critics and public are interlocked in a machine that creaks but never stops. Theatres, actors, critics and public are interlocked in a machine that creaks but never stops. There is always a new season in hand and we are to busy to ask the only vital question which measures the whole structure. Why theatre at all? What for? Is it an anachronism, a superannuated oddity? Surviving like an old monument or a quaint custom? Why do we applaud and what? Has the stage a real place in our lives? What function can it have? What could it serve? What could it explore? What are its special properties? — Peter Brook
New Stage Sayings By Nancy Gibbs: Rarely has a new player on the world stage captured so much attention so quickly Rarely has a new player on the world stage captured so much attention so quickly - young and old, faithful and cynical - as has Pope Francis. — Nancy Gibbs
New Stage Sayings By Carolyn Custis James: Officially, the New Testament church at an early stage took seriously their responsibility for widows Officially, the New Testament church at an early stage took seriously their responsibility for widows who lacked family or other resources. The office of deacon was instituted initially to address this pressing need. — Carolyn Custis James
New Stage Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Immortality was something you paid for, and those you loved paid for, over and over Immortality was something you paid for, and those you loved paid for, over and over again. There had been a precious few who had stayed with Magnus until death had parted them, but come death or a new stage of their lives where they felt he could not follow, they were all parted from him by something. — Cassandra Clare
New Stage Sayings By Hermann Hesse: As every flower fades and as all youth departs, so life at every stage, so As every flower fades and as all youth departs, so life at every stage, so every virtue, so our grasp of truth blooms in its day and may not last forever. Since life may summon us at every age, be ready, heart, for parting, new endeavour, be ready bravely and without remorse to find new light that old ties cannot give. In all beginnings dwells a magic force for guarding us and helping us to live. — Hermann Hesse
New Stage Sayings By Kristen Schaal: I used to go to open mics in New York when I was starting out, I used to go to open mics in New York when I was starting out, and it was mostly just people who wanted an audience to look at them for eight minutes on a stage. — Kristen Schaal
New Stage Sayings By Neil Young: In the end, the record companies have the power to control the quality that is In the end, the record companies have the power to control the quality that is served online. Online service has been problematic in that it actively or discreetly promotes trading and duplication of music. It is not offensive to me that the MP3-quaility sound is traded around. It is, in my opinion, the new radio and serves a great purpose: making music lovers away of the content tat is out there to buy. If the consumers want it, let tham take it, whatever quality they prefer. Ultimately, nothing can stop absolute quality from making a big comeback. The stage is well set. I believe in what I am trying to do and that good Karma will come from it.
It is just a matter of time. — Neil Young
New Stage Sayings By David Rees: I don't like when performers rag on their ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend in absentia. If they're I don't like when performers rag on their ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend in absentia. If they're not there, it just feels rude ... I'm never going to say anything personal about myself on stage. That's my new goal. — David Rees
New Stage Sayings By Bel Powley: I had a place to go to university; I was going to study history. I I had a place to go to university; I was going to study history. I was in New York doing 'Arcadia,' and I suddenly thought, 'It feels a bit weird to go from a New York stage to Manchester University.' It didn't quite feel right. — Bel Powley
New Stage Sayings By Ken Wilber: Each stage of development, remember, has a dialectic of progressin plain language, every new development Each stage of development, remember, has a dialectic of progress
in plain language, every new development is good news, bad news. — Ken Wilber
New Stage Sayings By Jeremy McCarter: At that first preview, it was disorienting to watch more than 200 strangers stream into At that first preview, it was disorienting to watch more than 200 strangers stream into the theater, hailing from God-knows-where. They didn't know they were obstructing what had very recently been Andy's path to the stage, or occupying the spot where Tommy liked to preside, arms crossed, a couple of fingers to his lips. But as Alexander Hamilton kept trying to tell us, even the best-ordered societies need infusions of new blood to thrive. Keep it in mind the next time you go to the theater: Some gifted men and women have built a community in that room, and the immigrant is you. — Jeremy McCarter
New Stage Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: At first this quality of hers somehow irritated Amory. He considered his own uniqueness sufficient, At first this quality of hers somehow irritated Amory. He considered his own uniqueness sufficient, and it rather embarrassed him when she tried to read new interests into him for the benefit of what other adorers were present. He felt as if a polite but insistent stage manager were attempting to make him give a new interpretation of a part he had conned for years. — F Scott Fitzgerald
New Stage Sayings By Pavithra K. Mehta: The poetry of the new year is problematically punctual. An impeccable guest who arrives on The poetry of the new year is problematically punctual. An impeccable guest who arrives on time when you are running frantically behind schedule. Catching you precisely at that awkward stage of housecleaning when the contents of closet and cupboard are strewn across the room and there is no sensible place left to sit down. No, you haven't had a chance to change the guest room towels, your clothes or your habits. It is at this stage that you begin to stammer out apologies and resolutions. The visitor fixes you with a gaze that breaks like dawn over your clutter and chagrin. 'What a beautiful life,' murmurs your guest, pressing an oddly shaped package into your hands. Gladness rises in the heart like a cloud of hummingbirds. Always the same, unpredictable, utterly original gift. You consider the paradox of that as you hold it between your palms. Like freshly kneaded dough: this brand new day. — Pavithra K. Mehta
New Stage Sayings By Hasso Plattner: New applications will have to deal with big data. We have to analyze it on New applications will have to deal with big data. We have to analyze it on the fly, so we have to have a system that is transactional and analytical at the same time. We cannot have a multi-stage system. This is too slow for modern applications. — Hasso Plattner
New Stage Sayings By Kevin Hart: My show 'The Big House' was picked up; they flew me to New York. I'm My show 'The Big House' was picked up; they flew me to New York. I'm about to step on stage to announce Kevin Hart's 'The Big House.' And a hand grabs my shoulder, 'Kevin no, they just decided to cancel it.' It's a serious smack-in-the-face business, and either you can take it, or you can't. — Kevin Hart
New Stage Sayings By Jenna Bush: Writers know - especially new writers - [that] a lot of it [creative process] is Writers know - especially new writers - [that] a lot of it [creative process] is the prewriting stage, the talking, brainstorming, the narrative arc and the character sketches. — Jenna Bush
New Stage Sayings By Gary Gulman: For the first few years I wrote jokes and performed them word for word and For the first few years I wrote jokes and performed them word for word and then wrote tags for them and did that word for word and that worked pretty well. Now, I do almost all of my writing on stage and then record and listen for any new things and then I write those down. — Gary Gulman
New Stage Sayings By William H. Macy: When I was in New York, I was making a living. We had a summer When I was in New York, I was making a living. We had a summer house and a car that I could put in a garage. That's something for a stage actor. — William H. Macy
New Stage Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Fear never scaled one mountain, never stepped up on a stage, never accepted a challenge, Fear never scaled one mountain, never stepped up on a stage, never accepted a challenge, never tilled new ground, never walked in a race; he never even dared to dream. Fear failed to slay a single dragon. Remember this before you choose to keep his company. — Richelle E. Goodrich
New Stage Sayings By Julie Warner: I chose not to go home and struggle with the New York scene. My size I chose not to go home and struggle with the New York scene. My size sort of locked me out. I was too short for the stage. I would have been doing character roles, so I went to Los Angeles. There is a lot more happening out there. I also felt it was important to break away from my family. — Julie Warner
New Stage Sayings By Maria Montessori: With younger children the greatest reward is to be able to pass on to a With younger children the greatest reward is to be able to pass on to a new stage in each subject. It is a punishment to a young child not to be allowed to use the apparatus but to sit still and do nothing. — Maria Montessori
New Stage Sayings By Rachael Harris: When I moved to New York out of college, that was my goal. To be When I moved to New York out of college, that was my goal. To be a stage actress. And to do dramatic works. Like 'Madea', and 'Night, Mother', and 'Sam Shepard', and all that kind of stuff. That's what I really wanted to do. — Rachael Harris
New Stage Sayings By Kevin Bacon: As I was coming up on the stage, there was one source that could make As I was coming up on the stage, there was one source that could make or break you, the New York Times. Inevitably there would be one actor singled out for a better review, or worse, than somebody else. The effect of that was cancerous, divisive. — Kevin Bacon
New Stage Sayings By Melanie Shankle: That's what I told Gulley that morning when she called me on her way to That's what I told Gulley that morning when she called me on her way to work, and she agreed. Her oldest son, Jackson, is also in junior high, and we agreed it's not for the faint of heart or the insecure. It's a new stage of parenting that is incredibly exhausting mentally, with all manner of absurd scenarios we couldn't have imagined back when we were parenting during the toddler years. Those years were more physically exhausting, and I think Gulley and I survived only because we had each other. — Melanie Shankle
New Stage Sayings By Laura Hough: The healing process is best described as a spiral. Survivors go through the stages once, The healing process is best described as a spiral. Survivors go through the stages once, sometimes many times; sometimes in one order, sometimes in another. Each time they hit a stage again, they move up the spiral: they can integrate new information and a broader range of feelings, utilize more resources, take better care of themselves, and make deeper changes. Allies in Healing by Laura Davis — Laura Hough
New Stage Sayings By Brian Regan: I try my jokes onstage. The only way to really find out if something is I try my jokes onstage. The only way to really find out if something is going to work is to try it on stage, and I try to be careful and bookend something new with a strong bit before and a strong bit afterwards. But it's fun to run on virgin snow. I like that feeling onstage of creating new footprints and not knowing what's going to happen. — Brian Regan
New Stage Sayings By Tituss Burgess: I've grown up watching and admiring Norm. Sherie actually starred in the first off-Broadway show I've grown up watching and admiring Norm. Sherie actually starred in the first off-Broadway show I ever saw in New York, which was The Last Five Years. It's amazing how things come full-circle and how the community (once you hang around it long enough) grows smaller and smaller as it grows. Sharing the stage with these people is more than a dream come true it's so special. They're so warm and giving and offer the best advice. Sherie is very nice and maternal and nurturing. — Tituss Burgess
New Stage Sayings By Danielle LaPorte: I dream of Morocco and Paris, and a koi pond in the backyard. Making art, I dream of Morocco and Paris, and a koi pond in the backyard. Making art, supporting art, learning art. Late-night talks with soul sisters who make me feel crazy blessed and motivated. Stage presence. Books and more books. Film. Belly laughs. I dream about communion. My man. Our son. Always. I dream of sitting around a fire with leaders and lovers of progress. Being able to give yeses that open doors and new dimensions for people. I dream of tenderness and innovation. I dream of invitations that humble me, and magical connections with people I recognize on a cellular level. I dream that we band together to leverage change. I dream of feeling more electric and sweet every single day. Mostly, I dream of being amazed. How 'bout you? — Danielle LaPorte
New Stage Sayings By Jane Ridley: Adolescence was only recognised as a life stage in the early 20th century, when psychologists Adolescence was only recognised as a life stage in the early 20th century, when psychologists got down to work. Today's generational battle obscures the fact that adulthood is happening later. A new transitional stage has emerged after adolescence: the twenties. — Jane Ridley
New Stage Sayings By Cornell Woolrich: But it doesn't happen that way, I keep telling myself knowingly and sadly. Only in But it doesn't happen that way, I keep telling myself knowingly and sadly. Only in our fraternity pledges and masonic inductions, our cowboy movies and magazine stories, not in our real-life lives. For, the seventeenth-century humanist to the contrary, each man is an island complete unto himself, and as he sinks, the moving feet go on around him, from nowhere to nowhere and with no time to lose. The world is long past the Boy Scout stage of its development; now each man dies as he was meant to die, and as he was born, and as he lived: alone, all alone. Without any God, without any hope, without any record to show for his life.
("New York Blues") — Cornell Woolrich
New Stage Sayings By Nathan Lane: I got to do the movie, and people who enjoyed 'The Birdcage' came out to I got to do the movie, and people who enjoyed 'The Birdcage' came out to see me on stage when I did 'Forum.' It introduced me to a whole new audience that wasn't familiar with my stage work. — Nathan Lane
New Stage Sayings By Michael S. Broder: whether or not you are already there, you will probably agree that a Stage Six whether or not you are already there, you will probably agree that a Stage Six default is worthy of your aspirations in just about any area of life. Life is a wonderful occasion. Rising to that occasion means becoming far bigger than your roles. That is the breakthrough to Stage Six. I also see this stage as the major part of a new and apt definition of positive mental health. Stage Six is the first of the two Target Stages. A Default Stage here breaks you out of the pack — Michael S. Broder
New Stage Sayings By Massimilla Harris: When the feminine and our vitality become lost to power drives and life becomes a When the feminine and our vitality become lost to power drives and life becomes a wasteland, the stage is set for the mythic world to give rise to a hero to transform and revitalize the situation. They mythic hero is a metaphor for our struggle to transform our consciousness and bring new life to ourselves. — Massimilla Harris
New Stage Sayings By Isaac Oliver: room. Find the attractive people - this shouldn't take long; they'll be the ones getting room. Find the attractive people - this shouldn't take long; they'll be the ones getting everything they want in life. Once you've found them, stare hungrily at them all evening, and interpret every alarmed flicker of eye contact from them as a new stage in your relationship. — Isaac Oliver
New Stage Sayings By Abbey Lincoln: I was in New York, miserable because I was working supper clubs but I wasn't I was in New York, miserable because I was working supper clubs but I wasn't expressing myself. I was really unhappy with my life. I saw Max Roach again and he told me I didn't have to do things like that. He made me an honest woman on the stage. I have been performing in that tradition since. I feel that I'm a serious performer now whereas then I wanted to be but I didn't know how. — Abbey Lincoln
New Stage Sayings By Kerry Washington: I grew up in New York, so I fell in love with acting on a I grew up in New York, so I fell in love with acting on a stage, not in front of a camera. — Kerry Washington
New Stage Sayings By Dick Van Dyke: They did ask me to do 'Dancing With The Stars;' I said I can do They did ask me to do 'Dancing With The Stars;' I said I can do one show, but on that show you have to come up with a new number every week, and I told them that I think I'm a little past that stage. — Dick Van Dyke
New Stage Sayings By Erik Erikson: There is in every child at every stage a new miracle of vigorous unfolding, which There is in every child at every stage a new miracle of vigorous unfolding, which constitutes a new hope and a new responsibility for all. — Erik Erikson
New Stage Sayings By Che Guevara: We must bear in mind that imperialism is a world system, the last stage of We must bear in mind that imperialism is a world system, the last stage of capitalism-and it must be defeated in a world confrontation. The strategic end of this struggle should be the destruction of imperialism. Our share, the responsibility of the exploited and underdeveloped of the world, is to eliminate the foundations of imperialism: our oppressed nations, from where they extract capital, raw materials, technicians, and cheap labor, and to which they export new capital-instruments of domination-arms and all kinds of articles, thus submerging us in an absolute dependence. — Che Guevara