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A lot of sequins for New Year’s! Red, green, white – I fail at all of that because I’m always in black. But for Christmas, I do love wearing cute dresses with tights and a pair of boots.
The only time I have exchanged gear with someone was with The Undertaker at WrestleMania 24. I gave him my kick-pads and my tights from that, and I got his gloves. It is pretty cool. I am glad I got that memory.
Fashion is very important to me. I dress androgynously – I absolutely despise dresses and skirts and tights – and I started wearing glasses in the third grade.
It’s good to have a lot of once-in-a-lifetimes in your lifetime. If you get the chance to skydive, go skydiving. If you’re offered a part in a weird Shakespeare play in San Diego, slap on some tights and rock out some iambic pentameter.
When I was little, I used to watch Disney movies all the time, and it drove me crazy that Cinderella’s tights wouldn’t gather at her ankle when her foot bent, so I kept trying to make sure that I didn’t get those little creases on my ankle because Cinderella didn’t have them.
John Carter was also one of our first recognizable superhumans and there is little doubt that his extraordinary physical feats inspired Superman’s creators. Remember: before Superman could fly or turn back time, he was nothing less than an earthbound crime-fighting John Carter in tights.
I used to make everything myself. I used to do my own hair, make my own costumes, write my own jokes, and write my own songs. There were definitely some days where I had to choose between having tights that didn’t have holes in them or having to buy makeup or something I needed for a show.
My character was obnoxious, had stinky feet and wore things like purple tights and a yellow top. I hated the clothes.
Now, we used to say we put on our tights to put on the world. So I don’t think it tarnishes the image at all.
I like to customize my tights by cutting them myself to create a stirrup or convert the look into a capri.
I think bare legs in winter are idiotic. Unless your naked pins are toned, tanned and veinless, it’s best to cover up. There is nothing more elegant in winter than dark tights worn with matching knee-length boots and a belted trench coat.
I don’t know why people think I’m polished – I often leave the house with buttons missing and ladders in my tights.
We had fashion errors that became hits. We were bold with our colors and tights and being very sexy and the assymmetrical hairstyle.
We all look stupid in patterned tights.
My tights split while I was tap dancing in the West End in 1993.
I still derive immense pleasure from remembering how many hod-carrying brickies were encouraged to put on lurex tights and mince up and down the high street, having been assured by know-it-alls like me that a smidgen of blusher really attracted the birds.
Choreographers use me as the old guy who still dances. Not that I put on white tights.
I loved the atmosphere of the dance studios – the wooden floors, the big mirrors, everyone dressed in pink or black tights, the musicians accompanying us – and the feeling of ritual the classes had.
I did want to play a superhero. I mean, who doesn’t when you’re a kid? I would have loved to be a superhero. But as I’d gotten older, I wasn’t ready to jump into tights and put the cape on. I was hoping to play something a little more grounded and realistic.
The thing about ‘Watchmen’ that people should know is that when it came out there was absolutely nothing like it. Up until then, comics were about the same thing: a guy in tights fighting another guy in tights and saving the girl – that was it.
By high school, I was already tall – 5-foot-8 – and one day I made the mistake of wearing green tights. The football players all started calling me the Jolly Green Giant.
I’m a pack rat. There’s only a couple pairs of tights I’ve worn throughout my career that I don’t have. I save everything.
I’ve got spider veins all over my legs, so I wear opaque tights all winter. All sorts of colours.
During holiday parties I end up recycling a lot of my cocktail dresses and just wearing a layering piece, like a blazer and tights, with it.
Me in a cape? I don’t fancy that. Tight tights? Nah! I don’t think that’s right for me. I just respond more to true stories; that’s my flavour.
Had I listened to my agent, I’d be running around in tights, climbing buildings and stuff.
My youngest son has a very clear idea of what he wants to be when he grows up: he wants to be Indiana Jones, Batman and Jack Sparrow. Yes, all three at the same time. So he basically wants to be an archaeologist who wears tights and fights crimes on pirate ships. That’s pretty cool, huh?
Woody Allen stayed so good because he never left New York. Howard Stern stayed so good because he never left New York – Mel Brooks when he just got out of New York was doing ‘Blazing Saddles;’ when he left New York he started doing stuff like ‘Robin Hood Men In Tights’ – he was in L.A. too long. He lost the edge.
I have a really basic uniform: in winter, black tights and any old dress that I can throw on. In summer, high-waisted jeans and this shirt, or that shirt, and a cashmere cardigan just in case.
I won’t usually make plans with people I don’t know on Fridays because all I want to do is stick my hair in a ponytail and put on a big sweater, some tights and a pair of sneakers after a week working in the city.
The worst was when my skirt fell down to my ankles, but I had on thick tights underneath.
I went through this phase where I thought pink and purple matched. To dance class, I’d wear purple tights and pink leg warmers and paint my shoes purple. It was really odd.
Throwing on a black dress with black tights, cute booties, a great coat and throw a scarf over it. I think simple accessories and, if you want to make a pop, a great red lip.
Personally speaking, tights aren’t too comfortable for a man to wear.
I liked masculine fabrics: Prince of Wales checks, city pinstripes, and flannels – worn with black tights, flattish shoes.
Shakespeare is for everybody, not just for toffs with a cauliflower down their tights.
The first show I ever did, singing and dancing, was ‘Beauty and the Beast.’ I was playing Gaston. Gaston has red tights, knee high boots, and it’s very physical. I had headaches every day for two months.
Basically hated everything made in the ’80s, music television – it was really about the ’90s for me. ‘Encino Man’ was a big hit. ‘Robin Hood: Men in Tights.’
I think people don’t often realize how much goes into being a male dancer. It’s athletic and it’s hard. It’s not just men wearing tights, or wanting to be around women.
I was particularly happy to do a potential franchise where I was not putting on a mask or a pair of tights.
I met Ian McKellen queueing for returns and he said, ‘Are you wearing your tights under your trousers?’ and I said, ‘How on earth did you guess that?’ and he said, ‘Because I’m wearing mine.’
There were days I forgot my school clothes, and I would actually go to school with skating tights and a little skirt. It’s very embarrassing… I definitely had to be comfortable in my own skin, and my mom taught me that.
In a world of iPads and emails, nothing has really changed in the theatre. You still get in an hour early, do your wardrobe, put an old pair of tights under your wig, and you have, ‘This is your call, Miss Jensen’. I got exhilarated by that.
For the red carpet, I like a platform heel, but for everyday, it’s mostly Converse high-tops or booties with black tights.
I look at the Christian Bale movies, the ‘Batman’ films, and that shows you that superhero movies don’t just have to be about men in tights.
‘Elf’ has become this big holiday movie, and I remember running around the streets of New York in tights saying, ‘This could be the last movie I ever make,’ and I could never have predicted that it’d become such a popular film.
When I started, there was a very strong image of what the ballerina was supposed to be in her tights and her costume, and then I started doing photo shoots in bomber boots, and it wasn’t seen as the done thing.
I love the whole lingerie outfit – you know, thigh-high tights and garters.
I don’t look good in tights. I know that.
I want to show that theater isn’t just talking about feelings or people wearing tights.