R. A. Butler
Date of birth
December 09, 1902
Date of death
Sayings and Quotes
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What do you say to your sister who poses in the nude? It's not like you are really itching to see photographs of your sister naked. I mean, it's just something that is not too exciting.
I think you have to be so indulgent in creativity in that, if you're happy, it's successful. If it's then financially successful, which is different parameters, then you're also happy.
It's different from being 21 and you think there's endless amount of opportunities. At 33, the ending is much, much closer.
I think that, being a mother, you would do anything for your children. Their pain is your pain; if they're in pain, you feel their pain.
You've either got to find a way to make your continuing characters insteresting without making them maudlin or overwrought, or you've got to put more emphasis on the suspects.
I started off at the Second City in Chicago... It's an improvisational theater that ostensibly does social and political satire, but when I was there, we generally didn't. We did character work, and we did just the silliest things we could think of. We weren't all that concerned with, you know, changing the world through mime.
The crisis of black politics can only be resolved through the development of multiclass, multiracial, progressive political structures.
I wanted to keep working because work was essentially fantastic - you got to be around people, you got to be in a family, and that family changed from job to job. It was like being in the circus.