I need drama in my life to keep making music.
This story's gonna grab people. It's about this guy, he's crazy about this girl, but he likes to wear dresses. Should he tell her? Should he not tell her? He's torn, Georgie. This is drama.
When I was a freshman in high school, my drama teacher, an incredible, inspirational genius, the guy who got me into acting, he encouraged me to get the lead in a musical. They didn't have any guys.
I am not the best girlfriend or lawyer or the reporter. I am the drama-queen type. You know. So it is somehow in my style, in my upbringing, in the way I look: I need to be the dramatic one.
I went to California to study drama and study film, still with the goal of going back to China. I stayed for at least four years and then I visited China. I was a little lost. I was very homesick. I took a risk, I went back to China and realized that I have actually changed, that China as a whole wasn't what I imagined it to be.
For me, this show feels like the best in comedy and drama. What I responded to is it felt real, for lack of a better word. It felt like if you peeked over a fence in the backyard and watched your neighbors, this is what you would see.
It is an amazing show. It's humorous, sad, everything. Full of comedy, it switches to drama, back and forth, just like real life. It's got the most realistic dialogue I've ever read.
Suffice it to say that this has all been quite secret. Besides the drama of seeing who of the candidates will stay and who will go, we've added a couple of surprises to the show that are uniquely 7-Eleven.
Inside every trade negotiator there is a drama queen just bursting to get out. In the final stages of the game, you would expect to see dramatic performances both inside and outside the negotiating chamber.
Life is like an overlong drama through which we sit being nagged by the vague memories of having read the reviews.
It's kind of got everything - good comedy, good drama, good romance - and I can see why Julia Roberts would be attracted to it. Everybody gets to play two parts. You get to play the adult children in Act I and the parents in Act 2 (when the clock is set back 35 years).
When I was in high school, I wasn't a jock, I was into art, drama, and music, and I wore eyeliner, so I wasn't accepted.
When you think about a reality show, you think about drama or bad things, but honestly, I came out of it with such a positive attitude. It helped me grow. I met some of the most diverse girls who have the most amazing hearts.
It's the great drama, the great unknowable of most of our lives, ... We don't all paddle up the Amazon in a canoe and get shot at, but we do the equivalent of that (in our relationships).
I make films I believe in. Today my strength is emotional drama. I know I lack courage to do a variety of films but I am getting better.
Gossiping doesn't belong in the office. Most of us don't want to hear somebody else's personal drama. If there's good news ... graduation, a new house ... but the negative stuff doesn't have a place in the office.
[Heather McDonald's thoughtful Broadway drama,] An Almost Holy Picture, ... I was at the theater one night and a woman said to her friend, 'This is a musical, isn't it?'.
Along the way, he enjoyed acting in community theater and performing in radio drama.
[The drama shows Margaret performing a sex act and also features her in a lesbian kiss. Another scene shows her smoking] a strange cigarette ... in the late Fifties and early Sixties when she was absolutely the most glamorous public female figure in a (Princess) Diana-like way in her own era and then it all went a bit wrong.
This project is a noisy, compelling combination of bold drama and laugh-out-loud comedy.
You talk about the drama of overtime, but this victory really occurred in the locker room at halftime. We had not been behind (at halftime) since Mount Pleasant (in week two). After the Mount Pleasant game, the kids grew up quite a bit. Tonight was indicative of lessons learned.
It sure adds a lot of drama. No lead is safe. It takes a lot of courage to play those last three golf holes.
She defies all the norms of network television. Traditionally, your lead character in a drama - especially a woman - isn't riddled with flaws. She's someone you like, someone you look up to. But Meredith? Oh man, she's a mess.
Seeing that made me understand how profound the drama of opera was and how music theatre is the most powerful audiovisual form there is.
You need to stop acting like the damn drama queen...[to Hilary Duff].