It took a lot of a failure. More than any other show you have to just fall on your face over and over and over again with a one-person show because there's no time for reflection in rehearsal for a one-person show. It's not like when the other scenes are happening, you can go and think about what you just did. You're on all the time. So you have to fail a lot...Say yes to everything until you can't because you never what's going to take you where. To agree to do a one person at the Rattlestick…maybe the money isn't great but who knows what might happen to you?