Ruthie Ann Miles Quotes.
Definitely the Korean culture is very strong to me, and I grew up in Hawaii where Asian-Americans are the dominant culture, but I never thought of myself as the minority.
I’ve always considered myself an ensemble girl, meaning I was always cast in the ensemble.
It takes every ounce of my concentration and focus every night to be in character, to sing in good voice, to not fall off the platform. I use my peripheral vision more than I have ever used it in my life.
Believe it or not, I used to be obsessed with shoes. I have maybe 50 pairs… until I moved to New York, when I realized I couldn’t walk anywhere in any of them.
There are so many talented people in the world – black, white, yellow, whatever – and we want to tell stories, too. But oftentimes, we get the one token minority role.
I hope my daughter will be able to see shows starring Asian people that has nothing to do with an Asian story.
The generation we live in, we’re constantly entertained – we turn our heads this way, and there’s something else to entertain us. Sitting down in one seat for two hours may not be enough anymore.
My dad has blond hair, my grandmother has blue eyes. My daughter has blue eyes and blond hair. So it is pretty funny to me that I’m so heavily identified as an Asian person.
I do think that the strongest character is somebody that you can connect with to your personal self, or at least find the humanity in both of you and start from there.