Where would we be without the theater? The only play I’ve ever acted in was Man for All Seasons, but I was fortunate enough to be taken to the theater often by my parents as a child and I still enjoy the experience enormously.
The first big production I saw was in the West End of London, Fiddler on the Roof. I was way too young (7 or 8) to really know what it’s about, but ever since then, “But in our little village of Anatevka…” is a line I quote over and over.
My first show on Broadway was A Chorus Line and it simply blew my socks off. I was on a high for days afterwards.
Among the recent shows I’ve enjoyed thoroughly are two comedies, God of Carnage and the wickedly naughty but 0h-so-good Book of Mormon.
For what play or other performance are you most grateful?