Apr. 19th, 2006

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Went to the freshman one acts tonight (ended up going to them last night, too, if for no other reason than I was locked out of my apartment). Jeff's production of "The Cat in the Hat" was meowvelous. I've never seen him more nervous over anything in my life. My sister was SO GOOD!!! I was INTENSELY proud of her, it was definitely the best thing she's ever done on stage. For the record, she played a business woman mom with a huge ass and saggy boobs who swore a lot and continually shoved potato chips down her gullet while repeatedly getting the names of her kids wrong. Hilarious!! She was the funniest part of the show, in my opinion. Looks like she's going to grow up to be a great character actress, like her big sis ;-)

Also, Lisa's show (Keep Tightly Closed in a Cool, Dry Place) boasted some excellent movement work and a very complex script. I really, really enjoyed it. And though I may not have always understood what was going on, and I definitely felt weird sitting next to my little sister and mom while Matt Gorkis had an orgasm onstage...damn. That show was a Parade of Male Hotness. Way to cast, Lisa. Rawr.

After the shows, Dan, Maddie, Ashley, Laura, Kellie, and Erin (and eventually Jeff) went to Buffalo Wild Wings for 35-cent Wing Night. I thought I didn't like chicken wings, and I was pleasantly surprised. I would go back for sure.

I think the best part of the night, though, was realizing that I personally know the Cat in the Hat. It's Jeff. And not just because the Cat in his show was wearing Jeff's clothing. Dan and I are Sally and Tommy. We'll be sitting in front of the tv in our apartment, bored and not knowing what to do, and then suddenly Jeff will pop through the door like "What's up? What are we doing? Guys, GET UP! WE GOTTA HAVE SOME FUN, YO!" Then he proceeds to poke holes in things, rip them apart, set fire to them, alter settings on our computers, and rummage through our drawers in our rooms. He can never sit down, he's always moving and coming up with some crazy activity for us to do (ie. drive-by Mini Wheatings or chucking ice at the walls). Dan and I have actually had to say to each other "babysit Jeff" when one of us is out of the room. And, of course, he's naturally mischievous. He's like a manic 5-year-old. But I love it! He's totally the Cat!!!


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