Top 11 Intermission Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Intermission Quotes from famous people such as Gillian Jacobs, Phillipa Soo, Barry Keoghan, James Lapine, Lydia Davis, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

A movie that I've seen probably the most is 'Fanny & Al

A movie that I’ve seen probably the most is ‘Fanny & Alexander,’ the Ingmar Bergman movie. I even dragged my friends to the super long version that had an intermission. I don’t know how much they liked me that day.
Gillian Jacobs
I eat a light but sustaining dinner before the show: a bunch of greens and some non-gluten quinoa or rice. I’ll have a snack at intermission. I’m trying so hard not to have meals after the show because it’s so late, but sometimes I just want a big bowl of pasta.
Phillipa Soo
‘Intermission’ was my favourite film.
Barry Keoghan
I’m never so into the three-act movie thing. I know that’s the form that people talk about, but it seems to me, in the movie, you just have to keep charging forward. You couldn’t start over again like you do after an intermission. You just had to keep the plot moving forward.
James Lapine
Ordering is difficult. It’s like arranging pieces of music in a concert: What do you put first? What do you put after the intermission? I want the reader to be sort of surprised, to come to each story freshly.
Lydia Davis
I just am committed wholeheartedly to theatre with no intermission.
Lady Gaga
Make your life a mission – not an intermission.
Arnold H. Glasow
‘Twelve Angry Men’ was done with an intermission, and I took that out. I really wanted an audience to feel like they had no break, just like those jurors, and you’re not going to get out of that room until you come to a decision.
Scott Ellis
When Hank Jones had his night off, I would get somebody to take my place as intermission pianist and I’d play the show with Ella, so I would get a chance to play with Ray Brown and Charlie Smith as well.
George Shearing
As someone who’s been doing a lot of classical theater recently, I loved the idea of getting to run around in Steven Alan, and not be in a corset and a wig, and not have a dialect, and get to be in a 90-minute play with no intermission, and get to do real comedy.
Lily Rabe
I had never done a 90-minute play with no intermission, so it is a bit like you get onto the train and you don’t get off until it’s over – and it’s over very quickly, so don’t miss a moment of it. That experience is very rare and specific so don’t miss a minute, because there aren’t very many minutes of it.
Lily Rabe