Hillary Clinton, in response to a tweet from Amy Poehler (x).
Julie Crosby, who had served as the producing artistic director of the Women’s Project Theater, gives an exclusive interview to Playbill.com about the differing accounts of why she departed the organization.
I’ve declined commenting on this, because the details were elusive and conflicting and I didn’t want to spread rumors, but I will say: I am incredibly disappointed that the Women’s Project, dedicated to presenting works written and directed by women for over 30 years, now has a board made of two women and four men.
go into a starbucks in NYC and say very loudly into your phone “this movie script is stale and trite! we need some new talent, someone with a fresh outlook” and wait
"If you could conjure up Oscar Hammerstein right now, what you would say to him about your career on having sprung from him in so many ways?"
During preparation for Woods, the musical director warned Kendrick that no Cinderella had ever nailed the big ballad, “On the Steps of the Palace,” an atonal whirlwind.
"There’s always a note or two that’s wrong, because the song is impossible," Kendrick says, "so I made it my mission to actually get the fucking notes right, which I didn’t realize was going to be such a problem." Doesn’t that sounds like the vow of a Type A overachiever, after all?
"I guess," Kendrick says reluctantly. She pauses, then bursts out laughing. "Or you could look at it like, well, that’s my fucking job."
@ikebarinholtz: Would have loved to been in this photo with these cool ladies but they said no #thenest
can you imagine Oliver having to show up at quidditch trials and say ‘anyone who’s here to try out for seeker better go back up to the castle because an 11 year old boy rode a broom for the first time today and McGonagall gave him the seeker position before asking me or letting me see him play sorry guys’