Friday, July 09, 2010

Hilary talks about Haylie's Play

In a recent interview for Playblog Hilary Duff talked about her sister Haylie's performance in the off-Broadway play Love, Loss, and What I Wore.

"I wouldn’t have missed it for the world, she wouldn’t have for me, either. I got emotional. I did. She’s my sister, and she blew me away. I’m so impressed with her — and with everyone up there on that stage, really. I think it’s uplifting when a woman sits there in the audience and says, ‘That’s me, that’s me. That has happened to me.’ It was just endearing and warm, and I love all that."

Hilary also talked about the prospect of her appearing in a play one day:

"I’m really scared to do that, actually. I don’t know why. I’ve been on tours before. Obviously, shooting movies, I feel, is much easier — but I think if something came along that I loved and I felt I could dedicate my life to, I would do it. It’s just that I haven’t found that thing. If I was lucky enough to come across something great, I think I’d prefer to do acting — because it would challenge me and I feel I could learn from it. A musical would be fun too, but I feel I’ve done that — on tour."

It's interesting to hear Hilary talk about possibly being in a play. I remember a long time ago it was speculated that Hilary would go to Broadway as a possibility later in her career because of the combination of acting and singing.

Check out the whole article at Playblog.