Living in a small town, one of the keys to survival was your imagination.
I did an 'Our Town' in San Diego in the seventies with amateurs that I can tear up just thinking about.
I grew up in Wakefield, Mass., and there were only a couple of Jewish families in the town.
Ninety percent of the time, I'm wearing imaginary people's clothing. I don't feel a huge pressure to go out and, like, hit the town, hit the boutiques.
There wasn't a lot of live music that you could hear where I came from, which was a small town in southeast Missouri.
I've been so incredibly blessed. I've worked with some of the greatest professionals in town. I stood at the Golden Globes.
When you live in a small town in the Ukraine, you definitely want to go to Paris.
My uncle was the town drunk - and we lived in Chicago.
I grew up in a small town that was absolutely a perfect embodiment of new urbanism.
I liked working in a series, going to work every day and not having to leave town for long locations. I was producing them and building an audience.
I remembered the 500 people that lived on a reserve outside my little town, behind a big fence.
In a blind town, the one-eyed man is king.