"Everything about that girl was sad. Except her talent. Nothing sad about that" - on friend and actress, Vivien Leigh.
"I honestly believe that she was the most talented female performer of the twentieth century" - on Judy Garland.
"I was twelve, and my dad and sisters were downstairs in the living room having c*cktails. My dad made what must have been a strong whiskey sour, and he gave me half. And a star was born!"
Honestly, this is a big thing to say, but I don`t think I`ve ever been bored. If I even get an inkling of it, I split. I love that lyric in Thanks for the Memory: `You might`ve been a headache/ But you never were a bore`. I think being boring is just the worst sin of all time.
At Home at the Carlyle.
This is for people who have dough. It`s expensive. That`s the way it is.
At Home at the Carlyle
Look at the company I`m in here. And I`m so glad none of them won.
Marlon`s going to school to learn the Method was like sending a tiger to jungle school.
I`ve come to the point in my life where less is more. The minute the last hammer fell on the last nail I called the real estate office.
The Ladies Who Lunch.
(The show) is a study in stardom. Here is a performer who knows who she is, understands her gifts, and maximizes every moment on stage to give the audience the very best of her talent.