May 31, 2007

My show opens tomorrow night.

I am choosing to interpret the fact that at breakfast this morning I both vomited and fainted as indicative of my nervousness about the show’s reception rather than of my unconscious feelings about what we have written.

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17 Responses to My show opens tomorrow night

  1. Signalite says:

    That only means it’ll be simply fabulous darling.

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  2. Chris says:

    oh cut the crap u big sissy boi. you are just being a nancy drama queen and you love it. don’t deny it. you know it’s how you love it. get ES to bang ur ass a few times and you’ll be fine.

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  3. Ayse says:

    Or maybe you’re pregnant.

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  4. lee says:

    You do realize this means you can skip the broken leg, don’t you?

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  5. Frank says:

    It’ll be fabulous! Relax and enjoy yourself. I just wish I could be there to see it.

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  6. LKSN says:

    Hope it went well.

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  7. Hope it went well.

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  8. Andrew says:

    Break a leg…or at least get it trapped in stage machinery link to cnn.com

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  9. Shawn says:

    I’ve got tickets for the 16th and I can’t wait!

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  10. Aidan says:

    I’m picturing you in complete Camille drag…”You don’t want me…cough…cough…I’m nervous …and sickly…cough, cough.”

    You wrote beautiful, moving music.

    Maybe a little sex will help you relax. Of a trip to the doctor. Or both.

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  11. sam says:

    OR, you have epilepsy. Seizures are the new eating disorder

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  12. Sin says:

    Which happened first? Because if it was the fainting, then I ascribe it to the desire to get some serious mouth-to-mouth from a random-but-hunky passer-by. And if it was the vomiting, I suspect it had more to do with the fact that you’d unwittingly consumed more calories than you needed to, than any real nervousness.

    I hope it goes really well. I really do.

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  13. Jeffrey says:

    You’re fooling no one. We know that’s simply part of your weight loss regimen.

    That said, I hope it went fabulously.

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  14. Rick says:

    Please post and let us know how it went. God, if only I were still in Seattle.

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  15. David says:

    Hope that regardless of the praise you received, that you yourself were happy with the results.

    And stop being such a fucking drama queen.

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  16. John says:

    I could be wrong, but I suspect that if a straw poll were held, the results would lean heavily toward: “Don’t you DARE stop being such a fucking drama queen.” But maybe that’s just me.

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  17. Rob7534 says:

    I’m all shades of green, with ENVY!

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