Remember that you have the right to fail as long as you make an honest effort: that right makes for courage, imperative for a creative artist. Draw your courage from that knowledge; not from arrogance.
Remember the theater is a noble instrument of enlightenment, to entertain, to bring poetry, better understanding of life, and spiritual help to your audiences.
What distinguishes a fine actor from an ordinary one is his sensitivity, and his willingness to use his senses in an extraordinary way, not in an ordinary one.
Herbert believed, and I believe, that it is our obligation to inspire the young, not only with our skills but with an understanding of our shared principles.
A waste of creative talent made us develop our shelter – to preserve talent and allow it to develop.
The game of make-believe is a crucial game for the artist.