Well, I've been over this script ONE more time and as Jon says, there is a difference in knowing something and remembering it because I damn well know it but I sure don't always remember it when I'm onstage.
Oh well. I'll do my best.
The make-up's on, the hair is clean. Hell, I even shaved my legs and I have no idea why- not like anyone is going to be able to tell. But that's what you do when you're a lady, right? You shave your legs before you go onstage.
How would I know? I ain't no more an actor than I am a chicken-farmer. I just play at it. I play at the the play. Or something like that.
And my legs needed shaving anyway.
All right. Time to hit the road. We'll all meet up backstage and we'll get our props organized and put on our costumes (or, as I rightly call mine- my CLOTHES) and we'll go over lines and we'll wish we'd eaten more or eaten less and we'll pee one last time and then, maybe do that again before the lights go down. If there is one thing I DO know about acting, it's that you should pee before the play starts.
We humans with our little bladders we carry tucked inside of us where pee is stored. It's funny when you think about it, isn't it? Tom Robbins said in Another Roadside Attraction that human beings are merely an invention by water to transport it from one place to another.
That makes about as much sense as anything else does to me. And so here I go to transport water from Lloyd to Monticello.
Talk to you later.