Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Things I'm learning while appearing in a play/mashup

1. The director totally thinks he's in charge.
2. They're really into the "lines" and the "script"
3. If you're in a scene, there's no such thing as a timeout
4. They not only want you to know your lines, but they want you to know them in order
5. They're really into practicing; only they call it rehearsal
6. Key grip is code for guy who throws meatball subs into the crowd during the big car chase scene...and at no point does he hold or grip a key
7. The Gaffer is the fella that is paid to give Joe his half hour shiatsu


  1. WHAT? No chat about the make-up artist?

  2. 8. The assistant director is code for INTIMIDATING.

    9. The Best Boy is not only a title, but a lifestyle.

    10. If you sell them, they are tickets. If you give them away, however, they are tickets.

  3. are you kidding me?! Sean LOVES when I clean his face off with basically a large wetnap and then smother lotion on his face. He loves that. And the concealer and layers of powder. He begs for more. And don't even get me started on chapstick....