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In Memory: “Even though you may have listened to the same performance, what you heard could be vastly different from what anyone else heard.” – Art of Quotation

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David Ogden Stiers [1942 – 2018]

“The thing I love about the arts — music, theater, museums, galleries — is that everybody wins.  You are touched and hopefully moved, and it is unique to each person.

Even though you may have listened…

via In Memory: “Even though you may have listened to the same performance, what you heard could be vastly different from what anyone else heard.” – Art of Quotation

10 comments on “In Memory: “Even though you may have listened to the same performance, what you heard could be vastly different from what anyone else heard.” – Art of Quotation

  1. Jennie
    03/05/2018

    Wonderful, Sarah!

  2. beetleypete
    03/05/2018

    That’s very true. We all get something different from a performance.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

  3. GP Cox
    03/05/2018

    This is the first I’m hearing of his passing. He gave so many people many hours of entertainment. He had the ability to become his character. May he show the heavens a good time!!

  4. First Night Design
    03/05/2018

    Aint that the truth!

  5. First Night Design
    03/05/2018

    And we play it a little differently every night. That’s what makes live theatre exciting for players and audiences alike.

  6. First Night Design
    03/05/2018

    I bet he will, GP. It’s sad as 75 is not that old. I do hate the obituaries that say ‘Gay MASH actor…’. After all, they’d hardly say. ‘Straight Bond actor Sean…’.

  7. hitandrun1964
    03/05/2018

    That is the absolutely truth. We each experience things differently…every time.

  8. First Night Design
    03/05/2018

    This should be taught at school as not realising this truth too often leads to arguments, methinks.

  9. Jennie
    03/05/2018

    😀

  10. GP Cox
    03/05/2018

    Right on both counts!!

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