Day after day,
Give me clouds, and rain and gray.
Give me pain, if that’s what’s real.
It’s the price we pay to feel.
The price of love is loss,
But still we pay.
We love anyway.
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 19. Jennifer Damiano
“ I learned to keep going because when the right part comes along there’s no looking back at the things that didn’t work.”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 13. Megan Hilty
“When I was little I wanted to be a flight attendant so I could see the whole world. But as soon as I started singing I developed a whole new set of dreams that included everything involved in the opera/musical theater/theater business.”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 18. Sierra Boggess
“You are enough. You are so enough, it’s unbelievable how enough you are.”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 5. Alice Ripley
“You know, you find a play that’s fantastic and you start studying it. Pause. It takes a while… it takes years and years to get ready for a good role.”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 7. Angela Lansbury
“Believe me, it jabs you. When you’re on the side of buses and New Yorkloves you, you love to go out there every night. It’s like a race. Curtain opens, out you go, and New York is yours.”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 6. Lea Salonga
“I think that if an audience is truly appreciative of a performance, they will show it. Sometimes though, there are little differences, and there are audiences that are very reserved even though they are enjoying the show.”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 11. Idina Menzel
“I’ve been singing since I was born. It’s something I do everywhere I go. In the shower, walking down the street. I don’t need any impetus to do it. I just sing”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 12. Kristin Chenoweth
“But there’s the beauty of life beyond the bubble. It’s possible for someone to see your wicked bits and still love you.”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 1. Bernadette Peters
“You’ve gotta be original, because if you’re like someone else, what do they need you for?”
20 flawless Broadway ladies | 4. Sutton Foster
“We all go through that time in our life, you have two paths, one looks hard and uncertain, and the other might be more secure, and everything took me to the wild path.”
“I Got Plenty of Nothing” Porgy and Bess Norm Lewis and Company