As a composer at a point where I can absolutely pick and choose what I want to do, I don't want to write about anybody I don't care about.

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Profession: Musician
Nationality: British

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You cannot help but notice that schools that take music seriously tend to be more academically successful.

I have a very strong will.

Because her voice is, it's like the muscles and it develops all the time. That was the fantastic thing for us.

Nothing will ever be as big as 'The Phantom of the Opera' for me.

You're the luckiest person in the entire world if you know what you really want to do, which I was lucky enough to know when I was very young. And you're the luckiest person in the world if you can then make a living out of it.

I have always tried with my shows - win, lose, or draw - to take the boundaries of music as far as I can.

It doesn't stand up to huge intellectual scrutiny.

They should go back to the medieval tradition, which is that the nave of the church is always used for local business.

Musical theatre history is littered with bad reviews for now classic pieces.

I do want to write again. I hope to. But it's also important for me to realize, as I get older, that I don't have to be doing everything all at once.

It must have been an extraordinary time. I guess the worrying thing about musical theatre to me, is if you look at the London season this year, mine is actually the only one to have come in.

What strikes me is that there's a very fine line between success and failure. Just one ingredient can make the difference.

You never know what will happen. There is a thing called zeitgeist. You have to hit it.

Two years ago I hadn't even thought of the Woman in White, and I was doing a television show and I said I hadn't found a story and the next day somebody rang me and said have you ever thought of the Woman in White.