Albee's Quotes

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Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: There's no limit to you, is there? There's no limit to you, is there? Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: That's what happens in plays, yes? The shit That's what happens in plays, yes? The shit hits the fan.
Edward Albee
Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I created myself, and I'll attack anybody I I created myself, and I'll attack anybody I feel like. Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Creativity is magic, don't examine it too closely. Creativity is magic, don't examine it too closely. Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I dance like the wind. I dance like the wind. Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I swear, if you existed I'd divorce you. I swear, if you existed I'd divorce you. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Amber Albee Swenson: How different our prayer life would be if How different our prayer life would be if we submitted our will to God's. Imagine if we asked only for things to benefit His kingdom. — Amber Albee Swenson
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Sincerity doesn't mean anything. A person can be Sincerity doesn't mean anything. A person can be sincere and be more destructive than a person who is insincere. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: First, I'll kill the dog with kindness, and First, I'll kill the dog with kindness, and if that doesn't work, I'll just kill him. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Writing should be useful. If it can't instruct Writing should be useful. If it can't instruct people a little bit more about the responsibilities of consciousness there's no point in doing it. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Lady, you can't fuck a metaphor. Lady, you can't fuck a metaphor. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Any definition which limits us is deplorable. Any definition which limits us is deplorable. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Knowing it--knowing it's true is one thing, but Knowing it--knowing it's true is one thing, but believing what you know... well, there's the tough part. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: You want to dance with me, angel tits? You want to dance with me, angel tits? — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: That's the happiest moment. When it's all done. That's the happiest moment. When it's all done. When we stop. When we can stop. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: There is chaos behind the civility, of course. There is chaos behind the civility, of course. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: The government is far more interested in taking, The government is far more interested in taking, in regulated taking, than in promoting spontaneous generosity. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I think you remember everything ... you just I think you remember everything ... you just can't bring it to mind all the time. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: A playwright has a responsibility in his society A playwright has a responsibility in his society not to aid it, or comfort it, but to comment and criticize it. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Every monster was a man first. Every monster was a man first. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: If Attila the Hun were alive today, he'd If Attila the Hun were alive today, he'd be a drama critic. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Careers are funny things. They begin mysteriously and, Careers are funny things. They begin mysteriously and, just as mysteriously, they can end. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Death is release, if you've lived all right. Death is release, if you've lived all right. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: To all of you who have made my To all of you who have made my being alive so wonderful, so exciting and so full, my thanks and all my love. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: The world is a zoo The world is a zoo — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Art has an obligation to offend Art has an obligation to offend — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: A lot of people are confused by "hello." A lot of people are confused by "hello." A lot of people are confused by a lot of things they shouldn't be confused by. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I'm not suggesting that the play is without I'm not suggesting that the play is without fault; all of my plays are imperfect, I'm rather happy to say-it leaves me something to do. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: American critics are like American universities. They both American critics are like American universities. They both have dull and half-dead faculties. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: In my mind, Martha, you are buried in In my mind, Martha, you are buried in cement right up to your neck. No ... right up to your nose ... that's much quieter. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: You gotta have swine to show you where You gotta have swine to show you where the truffles are. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Why we are here is an impenetrable question. Why we are here is an impenetrable question. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: What I mean by an educated taste is What I mean by an educated taste is someone who has the same tastes that I have. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: It is a lazy public which promotes a It is a lazy public which promotes a slothful and irresponsible theater. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Musical beds is the faculty sport around here. Musical beds is the faculty sport around here. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Martha: Oh, I like your anger. I think Martha: Oh, I like your anger. I think that's what I like about you most. Your anger. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: To write a play one must be born To write a play one must be born a playwright. Otherwise, you're starting at a huge disadvantage. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: The only time I'll get good reviews is The only time I'll get good reviews is if I kill myself. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I am pleased and reassured by the fact I am pleased and reassured by the fact that a lot of younger playwrights seem to pay me some attention and gain some nourishment from what I do. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf means who's afraid Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf means who's afraid of the big bad wolf ... who's afraid of living life without false illusions. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Anything you put in a play any speech Anything you put in a play
any speech
has got to do one of two things: either define character or push the action of the play along. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: A play is fiction - and fiction is A play is fiction - and fiction is fact distilled into truth. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I said I was impressed, Martha. I'm beside I said I was impressed, Martha. I'm beside myself with jealousy. What do you want me to do, throw up? — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Your source material is the people you know, Your source material is the people you know, not those you don't know, but every character is an extension of the author's own personality. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: The difference between critics and audiences is that The difference between critics and audiences is that one is a group of humans and one is not. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: What people really want in the theater is What people really want in the theater is fantasy involvement and not reality involvement. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Good writers define realityBad ones merely restate it. Good writers define reality
Bad ones merely restate it. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: You're in a straight line, buddy-boy, and it You're in a straight line, buddy-boy, and it doesn't lead anywhere ... except maybe the grave. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I'm not responsible for the commercialization. The people I'm not responsible for the commercialization. The people who produce the plays are responsible for it. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I write to find out what I'm talking I write to find out what I'm talking about. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: The most profound indication of social malignancy ... The most profound indication of social malignancy ... no sense of humor. None of the monoliths could take a joke. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I'm infinitely more involved in the reality of I'm infinitely more involved in the reality of the characters and their situation than I am in everyday life. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I find relatively little relationship between the work I find relatively little relationship between the work of art and the immediate critical response it gets. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Who tolerates, which is intolerable; who is kind, Who tolerates, which is intolerable; who is kind, which is cruel; who understands, which is beyond comprehension ... — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Few sensible authors are happy discussing the creative Few sensible authors are happy discussing the creative process
it is, after all, black magic. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: School curricula that ignore the arts produce highly School curricula that ignore the arts produce highly educated Barbarians — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Remember one thing about democracy. We can have Remember one thing about democracy. We can have anything we want and at the same time, we always end up with exactly what we deserve. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Martha: Truth or illusion, George; you don't know Martha: Truth or illusion, George; you don't know the difference.
George: No, but we must carry on as though we did.
Martha: Amen. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: There are only two things to write about: There are only two things to write about: life and death. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I am sick of the disparity between things I am sick of the disparity between things as they are and as they should be. I'm tired.I'm tired of the truth and I'm tired of lying about the truth. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I am not interested in living in a I am not interested in living in a city where there isn't a production by Samuel Beckett running. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: A writer is a controlled schizophrenic. A writer is a controlled schizophrenic. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Progress is a set of assumptions. Progress is a set of assumptions. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: If you have no wounds, how can you If you have no wounds, how can you know if you're alive? — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: The act of writing is an act of The act of writing is an act of optimism. You would not take the trouble to do it if you felt that it didn't matter. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I think I was probably wondering, having looked I think I was probably wondering, having looked at human beings for a long time, wondering if evolution ever took place. And I still have my doubts. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Dashed hopes and good intentions. Good, better, best, Dashed hopes and good intentions. Good, better, best, bested. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I have learned that neither kindness or cruelty I have learned that neither kindness or cruelty by themselves, or independent of each other, create any effect beyond themselves. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: When a play enters my consciousness, is already When a play enters my consciousness, is already a fairly well-developed fetus. I don't put down a word until the play seems ready to be written. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: When a critic sets himself up as an When a critic sets himself up as an arbiter of morality, a judge of the matter and not the manner of a work, he is no longer a critic; he is a censor. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: If you're willing to fail interestingly, you tend If you're willing to fail interestingly, you tend to succeed interestingly. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Art should never try to be popular. Art should never try to be popular. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Art is nowhere near as dangerous as it Art is nowhere near as dangerous as it should be. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: Sometimes it's necessary to go a long distance Sometimes it's necessary to go a long distance out of the way in order to come back a short distance correctly. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: All plays are social comment to one extent All plays are social comment to one extent or another. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: The thing that makes a creative person is The thing that makes a creative person is to be creative and that is all there is to it. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: I don't think I've ever written about me. I don't think I've ever written about me. I'm not a character in any of my plays, except that boy, that silent boy that turns up in Three Tall Women. — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: We must have that put in Latin - We must have that put in Latin - We do what we can - on — Edward Albee
Albee's Quotes By Edward Albee: There are always going to be more actors There are always going to be more actors than anybody can ever use. — Edward Albee