Friday, November 11, 2005

A few important discoveries made tonight:

1) The Coppercliff bus does not transport one to the school

2) Dry cereal straight from the box is a perfectly reasonable dinner

3) It is not a good idea to try to build an entire kitchen for a set one week before the show opens

4) Either my acting talent is fantastic or I come across as being much more plausibly pathetic/insane than I thought

5) Inhaling paint fumes for long periods of time can have lasting effects

6) I come up with better ideas for how to fix set problems after inhaling paint fumes for long periods of time

7) A hand-held drill is easier to operate at 1:45am

8) Having only one week before opening and having half a set finished, seems less painful at 2am

9) It's not a good idea to start at the side and built the set across the stage... otherwise Bill will try to strangle you...

10) It is in fact possible to be too tired to go to sleep


The Metropolis Kid said...

Hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee

It's funny, the things you discover a week before openning, isn't it?

I feel your pain.

Mostly in my left shoulder.

Liz said...

Is the week before the show too late to discover that I shouldn't be a production manager?

Hope your shoulder heals up!

The Metropolis Kid said...

Yup. Yer screwwed for life. Henceforth people will be constantly asking you questions to which you only have the haziest answers, but will be forced to reply with an air of confidence, lest you be interrogated at length.
My advice: tell 'em your with box office.