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Im going to take the kids away over Christmas but I dont, Ive written 14 musicals now, I dont want to rush into doing so
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"I'm going to take the kids away over Christmas but I don't, I've written 14 musicals now, I don't want to rush into doing something just for the sake of doing it. I want to do it when I find a story"

- Andrew Lloyd Webber

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This quote by Andrew Lloyd Webber speaks with the significance of taking some time to find the ideal story prior to committing to a job. He is suggesting that he is not willing to hurry into producing something just for the sake of doing it. Rather, he wishes to make the effort to find the right story before he begins composing a musical. This is a testimony to his dedication to quality and his devotion to developing something that is significant and impactful. He has actually currently composed 14 musicals, so he knows the value of taking the time to find the best story. He is also suggesting that he is going to take the kids away over Christmas, which could be an indication that he is trying to find inspiration and a change of surroundings to assist him find the ideal story.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by Andrew Lloyd Webber somewhere between March 22, 1948 and today. He was a famous Composer from United Kingdom. The author also have 28 other quotes.

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