So...the funeral is today at 2pm. Coincidentally, we're doing a show and the curtain goes up at 2pm. The more I thought about it, the more acceptable it became, though. What is a better way to honour the life of a man who spent almost his entire adult life doing theatre (right up until the end...he had to pull out of directing a show that just opened when he got sick) than to do a show? Granted, on a personal level there is no place on earth I would rather be than with his family and all our friends surrounded by the multitude of people whose lives he touched, but I honestly think he would appreciate us doing a show instead. He always told us, it doesn't matter how many times you've done the show, to the people in the audience this is opening night. So today I will work an opening night instead of Paul's closing night, because it's how he would want it. Sleep well, my friend. You've earned the rest.
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