David Ives Quotes

Top 8 wise famous quotes and sayings by David Ives

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David Ives quotes: I admire pop songs that are perfect at three minutes. I admire pop songs that are perfect at three minutes.
David Ives quotes: I think everything should be in verse. 'The New York Times' should be in verse. I think everything should be in verse. 'The New York Times' should be in verse.
David Ives quotes: With my plays, when the lights go down, at least the audience isn't thinking, 'Oh, God, two more hours of this.' With my plays, when the lights go down, at least the audience isn't thinking, 'Oh, God, two more hours of this.'
David Ives quotes: All reviews should carry a Surgeon General's warning. The good ones turn your head, the bad ones break your heart. All reviews should carry a Surgeon General's warning. The good ones turn your head, the bad ones break your heart.
David Ives quotes: Plays are always about intense relationships, whether they're intense love relationships or family relationships or existential relationships. Plays are always about intense relationships, whether they're intense love relationships or family relationships or existential relationships.
David Ives quotes: Writing a play, you start with less, so more is demanded of you. It's as if you have to not only write a symphony, but invent the instruments as well. Writing a play, you start with less, so more is demanded of you. It's as if you have to not only write a symphony, but invent the instruments as well.
David Ives quotes: Learning to write for the theatre is learning to be a human being, because the theatre by its very nature makes you deal with other human beings. Learning to write for the theatre is learning to be a human being, because the theatre by its very nature makes you deal with other human beings.