My Favorite Quotes
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 Terry Zwigoff - “I hope they get something of interest out of it, but I'd rather they all hate it and I like it, instead of vice versa... I make films to please myself first, and if the audience likes them, all the better.”  
 Dweezil Zappa - “I really want younger audience members to see kids in their early 20's playing Frank's music and to be inspired to take things to a higher level themselves.”  
 Michael Winterbottom - “There's still a 1950s view of cinema, that there's one audience and they all want to see the same thing.”  
 Cassandra Wilson - “Being black, I'm involved in the reparations movement. It's focused toward the African-American audience. We could begin to heal.”  
 Doc Watson - “Intimacy comes from being yourself on the stage and making the audience feel, without trying, that you're sittin' down there with 'em, playing, and that can happen in a big hall, if you have a good audience that want to listen.”  
 David Wain - “Wet Hot American Summer so far is a financial disappointment and money was lost on it. But perhaps it will find its audience in video, cable, etc, maybe over the course of years.”  
 Fay Wray - “Cary Grant was wonderful to work with on stage. He would move downstage, so that as he looked at me the audience had to look at me, too. He knew a lot about the theater and how to move around. He was very secure.”  
 Tom Wopat - “I'm facing upstage, with my back to the audience, and the spotlight comes up on my back as I start singing.”  
 Tom Wopat - “I have no experience performing that music live in front of an audience. So that remains to be seen. I'm very excited to see what that's going to be like.”  
 Douglas Wood - “All of the material for The Fine Line was created via improvisation with my partner, but not in front of an audience. We'd continue to refine it in front of an audience based on their responses until it was set and scripted.”  
 Scott Wolf - “If I could live a parallel life, I would be a sitcom star being in front of a live audience would be great.”  
 Dick Wolf - “Drama or comedy programming is still the surest way for advertisers to reach a mass audience. Once that changes, all bets are off.”  
 Johnny Winter - “I like playin' for an audience the best, though, I think.”  
 Mike Wilson - “Seems like it's going to be really hard to make money at it, and, therefore, really hard to get any great games done. Much like Flash games, the audience is huge, but the content isn't likely to be good enough to have people pay for it.”  
 Treat Williams - “The wonderful thing about Food for Thought is that it lets you keep your hand in theater and be in front of a live audience without a commitment of six months, or even three months.”  
 Esther Williams - “It appeared as if I had invited the audience into the water with me, and it conveyed the sensation that being in there was absolutely delicious.”  
 Bradley Whitford - “We're telling a story. And the demands of that are different from the demands of a documentary. The audience must believe in order to keep faith in the story.”  
 Edmund White - “I quickly discovered that I wrote best when I had an audience to read out loud to soon after the completion of my latest, hottest pages.”  
 Bryan White - “I've always wanted to be a real universal artist, one that every type of audience could relate to.”  
 Paul Weyrich - “The reason that conservative talk radio works is because there is an audience for it.”  
 Paul Weyrich - “Despite being able to demonstrate a very large audience, major advertisers at first wouldn't touch Limbaugh.”  
 Tina Weymouth - “We're not getting paid. We have these great musicians with us and it gives us a real charge. And the audience gives us a charge, because they keep it interesting all the time.”  
 Wim Wenders - “In fact, it is amazing how much European films - Italian, French, German and English - have recovered a certain territory of the audience in their countries over the last few years.”  
 Lawrence Welk - “If I live to be 90, and I'm planning to, I'll always love performing for a live audience.”  
 Lawrence Welk - “I always worried I'd forget my lines or say the wrong words or the audience would laugh in the wrong places.”  

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