My life exists in an imagined reality.
I don't want people to sit and process the song. I want them to just let them bathe over them.
I love my work, I love the people I work with, I do the best I can.
When you work on a text of a lesser quality, as the interpreter or the delivery person, you are obliged to try to fill it out as you see so many people do in lesser work.
I can achieve that by personally relating the words that I am saying to something I have known in my life.
I've been very blessed in my personal life and in my career and I have never been ungrateful for what I have.
We did a different show every night. We'd open a show, and then two weeks later we'd open the next show. And two weeks later we'd open the third show until we had all eight running. And it was just one of the richest experiences I'd ever had in my theatrical life.
I wanted to go to a liberal arts college, I wanted to have that experience.
When I was your age, I used to treat the crust like it was just there to hold the good stuff in. I used to leave the whole back end of it on the plate. As I got older, I learned to appreciate the crust.
But I loved the theatre and I was just doing theatre 24/7 and kept dropping courses because I didn't have the time and the chancellor thought that wasn't a good idea after awhile.
Everything I experience influences everything I do.
I'd have sex with a number of the Muppets. I just don't talk about it publicly. It's private. Although a hint is, that there was a character in Elmo in Grouchland who was called My Lady and that's all I'll say.
I'm active in PAX, which is a gun awareness organization. We treat gun safety as a public health issue.
I'm on the board of directors for Peace Now, which works tirelessly between the Palestinians and the Israelis to create peace in the Middle East and we've never been closer.
Isaac and I are going to Israel to ride for peace enviromental justice and a safer world for us all.