I've never had a very great public life.
Audiences aren't going to get rid of me. One thing I can say, with absolute certainty, is that my shows will still be performed when I'm dead, buried and forgotten. They're going to absolutely outlive me, which is a wonderful thing to think about.
An old building is like a show. You smell the soul of a building. And the building tells you how to redo it.
My own tastes happen to be in tune with what the public wants. I think that's the reason my batting average is so high, not because I've discovered some brilliant formula.
I had set a goal of being a producer by 25.
My dream is to be on my boat. Or on an island. Or in my house in the country. That's my dream.
What musicals need is a new me.
It horrifies me how much it costs to put on shows now, mainly due to EU regulations. The freedom to be entrepreneurial is no longer there. It's a massive business now.
The musical is the one area of the theater that can give you the biggest buzz of all.
I know I'm in the exceptional position of having money but I didn't have it for many decades.
I've taken considerable gambles on shows, but they're very considered gambles.
If there's too much of you around, people can get tired of you.
I don't like being in debt, and I wouldn't borrow money for anything.
I am in that glorious position where I can redesign and re-package my own work.
Having a think about whether you can afford 'this' or 'that' is a good discipline to have, to maximise what you can achieve to the highest standard.
Constrained circumstances can bring the best out of you.
I never know what is going to have that 'X' factor and what isn't.
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