I dreamt I said something I'd NEVER say in life: "It's not a question of what stories you want to tell, it's what audiences want to hear."
I dreamt I was using heavy machinery to move massive amounts of earth to create a berm around a museum to protect it ... from what?
I dreamt I was advising students entering a drama competition, who at the last minute decided to write new lyrics to ALL of Rocky Horror.
I dreamt I was at a SDCC panel where if you wanted to ask a question, you had to climb forward Roberto Benigni-like on the backs of chairs.
- I dreamt I said something I'd NEVER say in life: "It's not a question of what stories you want to tell, it's what audiences want to hear."
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