Betty Buckley Reflects On CATS & Talks Master Classes
Tony Award-winning Broadway superstar and recognizable screen presence Betty Buckley discusses her iconic role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's CATS as well as touches upon her acclaimed master classes as part of a new interview.
Reflecting on CATS, Buckley shares, "I feel really blessed I got to create the role of Grizabella in CATS... I think of Grizabella as my soul mate and a great teacher. She's an amazing, wonderful character. And it was my opportunity to work with Trevor Nunn."
Furthermore, Buckley opines of singing "Memory" eight times a week, "The challenge of learning how to play that part and deliver that song in a way that fulfilled everyone's expectations was a very intense process for me, and the opportunity to bring me through the doorway of my potential. I was very honored to do that."
Additionally, Buckley remarks on the importance of teaching, "Everything of value I've learned I've learned from great teachers, and they've been responsible for all of my ability to accomplish the things I have accomplished. So I feel it's my responsibility to pass that information along."
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