'42nd Street' on Long Island,
which included a marathon of costume changes
during the act I finale- five outfits for 23 actors each
in 20 minutes, I believe.
For the first week of the show
I don't think I took a breath during the entire
But like anything one does
exactly the same way
seven times a week,
it eventually got routine,
and then boring.
Boring, for me, is what's dangerous.
Boring is when I forget a hat
or don't keep my eyes open
and collide with somebody backstage.
But boring is also the best part,
because I can challenge myself to get
just a little bit better
Boring is when I realize how to super streamline the process.
Boring is when the dancers really relax into their roles
and start having a blast.