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I would like to thank for providing the _only_ addition to this page from the time this site was created about three years ago. Cm'on, people! :) --------
"Bones of Borg" <> With a thanks to "Under Seige 2"
Lession 1 in theatre: NEVER ASSUME. "Assumtion is the mother of all fuckups"
The biggest one has to be "Once you've gone black, you never go back." I don't know why but it seems to be true for more than half (true for all tech's who have the class) but anyhow, re: you get
more points if you hit the main actor or actress with the legs than you do with just some actor/actress that is stupid!

1) Your are never ahead of schedule until you are done early.
2) The sooner you get behind, the longer you have to catch up.
3) I feel a whole lot more like I do now than I did before.
Bernard O Carter,

Originally from OnStage! at - Mirrored at