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Naomi Thornton

  • As for auditions, there is no solution — it is best to think of them as a form of madness because one can't kill hope and one knows the percentages.

    • Naomi Thornton,
    • in Sara Ruddick and Pamela Daniels, eds., Working It Out ()
  • There is no such thing as balance. How I long for that sense of repose after a good day's work. Does anyone have it?

    • Naomi Thornton,
    • in Sara Ruddick and Pamela Daniels, eds., Working It Out ()
  • Is it enough to know that one creature likes what you do and the way you do it and that that creature is your cat?

    • Naomi Thornton,
    • in Sara Ruddick and Pamela Daniels, eds., Working It Out ()
  • The new danger is the stereotype of liberation.

    • Naomi Thornton,
    • in Sara Ruddick and Pamela Daniels, eds., Working It Out ()
  • Theater is by nature political.

    • Naomi Thornton,
    • in Sara Ruddick and Pamela Daniels, eds., Working It Out ()

Naomi Thornton, U.S. actor, educator

(1935)