My favourite memory was in Ten Little Indians. I was cast as an old biddy who liked to knit (type-casting?), and I was on stage clacking away when a tremendous thunderstorm hit. I could hear a noise to stage right that kept getting louder and louder. It took me a while to realise that part of the roof was now missing and that water was literally pouring onto the stage. I saw Tom Schultz run forward with a garbage can to catch the water, and per his directions I just kept on with my speech- except I had to talk louder and louder to be heard over the noise of the deluge. Tom went up to the roof and nearly got knocked out by a trapdoor. A couple of scenes later, Steve May had an entrance through the French windows at the back of the set, where he came in from a storm. The audience all thought it was part of the show and he got a great reception! Others in that production were Michelle Inman and Andy Decker and I think Robert was in it too.
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That's also one of my favorite memories, Rachael. I played Rogers the butler, and I accompanied Steve when he came in from the "storm." He had this great line - "My God, it's something like a storm out there," and the audience just went nuts. I was glad he was such a big guy - I used him to partially shield myself from the audience while I struggled not to crack up.