Speaking of your way, I looked up your Instagram, and you mentioned Transcendental Meditation, Christ, Mother of God, Buddha, Laozi, Ram Dass, Lumi, Hindu God, St. Francis of Assisi. increase. What’s wrong?
I really admire the essence that pervades all great beliefs, including those of quantum mechanics. The intellect that makes flowers bloom. Its invisible essence that connects and permeates everything. We see crema over all great faith. They all have this commonality. It is love, peace and compassion. I’m a fan of all of them and a believer of all of them.
The last appearance on Broadway was “Spider-Man”. You left after a concussion. What are your thoughts on coming back?
A mysterious feeling emerged, “Do you want to start over?”, So I realized that there was an unfinished business here. And I didn’t expect to have the opportunity to play again on Broadway. If that happens, you may not be able to touch it. “Oh, you know, she was part of that production.” And I’m certainly not quitting, so I’m given this chance and have the opportunity to change the story — that’s what I’ve ever done. Last but not least, doing this is incredibly beautiful.
How do you see “Spider-Man” in the rear-view mirror?
It’s a Greek myth of its own, right? It was a really powerful turning point for me. Bringing it closer, and suddenly not doing it, was a pretty devastating blow. And at the same time, it’s always their devastating blow that drives you in the spiritual direction that can be the greatest gift of your life if you allow them, and certainly it happened. .. I am very grateful to have experienced that experience and to be able to bring many lessons from that experience into this experience. It’s all beautiful.
When I heard that you played this role, the first thing I came up with was that Satin flies. Did it surprise you?
Not at all. People thought I left the show because I was scared, and I wasn’t. I was making a stand. People’s safety was important, and what I was worried about was not my safety. I’m a rock climber. The height is not scary. I’m not afraid. I don’t think there is a show worth putting someone’s life at risk. This is especially true for dancers who have spent their entire lives training to get to the stage. You must treat their bodies with great respect, as it is their livelihood. I don’t want stardom enough to undermine my integrity. And I don’t care from anyone’s point of view.