“There is no use trying,” said Alice, “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I dare say you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
I’m a dreamer. That’s why I became a teacher – to inspire young people to pursue their destinies. And now, I get to practice what I preached all those years later…
Living the never-ending journey to seek what is not known and to continue to discover the potential that has yet to manifest itself into reality.
Thanks for believing in impossible dreams. The journey continues…
“Fran McGarry and Eve Terry, perhaps unbeknownst to them, played a huge part in my path to my present career. Though I was just a schoolkid, they treated me like an artist; made me believe I had something unique to offer. They helped grow my confidence which I believe can take you anywhere you want to go. I am so grateful.”
Edie Falco-Film Actress
Edie Falco Broadway.com Interview
Before Edie Falco donned mob wife couture as Carmela in The Sopranos, she won a Theatre World Award for her harrowing performance as the embittered wife of a jazz musician in Warren Leight’s Tony-winning drama Side Man. Falco continued to make stage acting a priority while becoming only the second person in history to win lead acting Emmys in both drama (The Sopranos) and comedy (the title role in Nurse Jackie). Now starring as a runaway mom in MTC’s off-Broadway premiere of The Madrid, Falco chatted withabout her iconic TV heroines, three favorite stage roles and the high school musical that gave her the confidence to pursue a career in acting.