Drama Quotes

To see your drama clearly is to be liberated from it.

Ken Keyes

Acted drama requires surrender of one's self, sympathetic absorption in the play as it develops.

George P Baker

Drama is every aspect of life.

Danielle Body

A little rudeness and disrespect can elevate a meaningless interaction to a battle of wills and add drama to an otherwise dull day.

Bill Watterson

Drama is something people go through everyday. Change of character is nothing more than mood swings.

Kewana Bagby

I made mistakes in drama. I thought drama was when actors cried. But drama is when the audience cries.

Frank Capra

The drama may be called that part of theatrical art which lends itself most readily to intellectual discussion: what is left is theater.

Robertson Davies

Life is like an overlong drama through which we sit being nagged by the vague memories of having read the reviews.

John Updike

The shore is an ancient world, for as long as there has been an earth and sea there has been this place of the meeting of land and water. Yet it is a world that keeps alive the sense of continuing creation and of the relentless drive of life. Each time that I enter it, I gain some new awareness of its beauty and its deeper meanings, sensing that intricate fabric of life by which one creature is linked with another, and each with its surroundings... There is a common thread that links these scenes and memories -- the spectacle of life in all its varied manifestations as it has appeared, evolved, and sometimes died out. Underlying the beauty of the spectacle there is meaning and significance. It is the elusiveness of that meaning that haunts us, that sends us again and again into the natural world where the key to the riddle is hidden. It sends us back to the edge of the sea, where the drama of life played its first scene on earth and perhaps even its prelude; where the forces of evolution are at work today, as they have been since the appearance of what we know as life; and where the spectacle of living creatures faced by the cosmic realities of their world is crystal clear.

Rachel Carson

If heaven is the reason and dieing is the door, than why aren't we all leaving what's the drama for?

Ralston Bowles

A great biography should, like the close of a great drama, leave behind it a feeling of serenity. We collect into a small bunch the flowers, the few flowers, which brought sweetness into a life, and present it as an offering to an accomplished destiny. It is the dying refrain of a completed song, the final verse of a finished poem.

Andre Maurois

A talent for drama is not a talent for writing, but is an ability to articulate human relationships.

Gore Vidal

Drama is action, sir, action and not confounded philosophy.

Luigi Pirandello

We respond to a drama to that extent to which it corresponds to our

David Mamet

Without a measureless and perpetual uncertainty, the drama of human life would be destroyed.

Winston Churchill

Most drama in our lives is really rather squalid.

Tom Baker

The trade of critic, in literature, music, and the drama, is the most degraded of all trades

Mark Twain

A drama critic is a man who leaves no turn unstoned.

George Bernard Shaw

I feel within me the future life. I am like a forest that has been razed; the new shoots are stronger and brisker. I shall most certainly rise toward the heavens. The sun's rays bathe my head. The earth gives me its generous sap, but the heavens illuminate me with the reflection of-of worlds unknown. Some say the soul results merely from bodily powers. Why, then, does my soul become brighter when my bodily powers begin to waste away? Winter is above me, but eternal spring is within my heart. I inhale even now the fragrance of lilacs, violets, and roses, just as I did when I was twenty. The nearer my approach to the end, the plainer is the sound of immortal symphonies of worlds which invite me. It is wonderful yet simple. It is a fairy tale; it is history. For half a century I have been writing my thoughts in prose and in verse; history, philosophy, drama, romance, tradition, satire, ode, and song; all of these have I tried. But I feel that I haven't given utterance to the thousandth part of what lies within me. When I go to the grave I can say as others have said, "I have finished my day's work." But I cannot say, "I have finished my life." My day's work will begin again the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley; it is a thoroughfare. It closes on the twilight, but opens on the dawn.

Victor Marie Hugo

The nearer I approach the end, the clearer I hear around me the immortal symphonies of the worlds which invite me. It is marvelous yet simple. For half a century I have been writing my thoughts in prose, verse, history, drama, romance, tradition, satire, ode and song - I have tried all; but I feel that I have not said a thousandth part of that which is in me. When I go down to the grave I can say like many others, "I have finished my day's work" but I cannot say, "I have finished my life's work"; my day's work will begin the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley. It is an open thoroughfare. It closes in the twilight to open in the dawn. My work is only beginning; my work is hardly above its foundation. I would gladly see it mounting forever. The thirst for the infinite proves infinity.

Victor Marie Hugo

Cut quarrels out of literature, and you will have very little history or drama or fiction or epic poetry left.

Robert Lynd

The drama is not dead but liveth, and contains the germs of better things.

WILLIAM ARCHER

Drama lies in extreme exaggeration of the feelings, an exaggeration that dislocates flat everyday reality.

EUGENE IONESCO

Baseball is a ballet without music. Drama without words

Ernie Harwell
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