As I type this, I'm in the midst of tech week for the night of one act plays Luke and I are directing. I am fully convinced that doing a show is like childbirth - you don't remember the pain and exhaustion afterwards, otherwise no one would ever do it again.
1. I'm pretty sure the building we're performing in is haunted. As in, we were joking about the resident ghost and all the big lights went off. Because when you're in a hundred-plus year-old building by yourself at night, thinking it's haunted is totally helpful.
2. I am in desperate need of wine tonight, so when I made my errand run earlier today, I picked up a bottle. My trunk is full of show stuff, so I put the bags in the back seat. As I pull out of the lot, I'm thinking, geez, I must really want that wine, because I can smell it. Nope. The bottle got cracked somehow and now my back seat floor board is full of it. This is bad because a) open container laws and I don't want to go to jail and b) I really wanted that wine. Le sigh.
3. I've got nothing else but show stuff on my mind. So, for the third thing, if you could send positive thoughts to my cast and I this weekend, we'd love it. Word on the street is that we're sold out, so no pressure or anything!