By Bill Dixon
Dangatorium: Thank you for speaking with us, we know this is a big night for you.
Chair: Sure. No problem.
Dangatorium: The question on everyone’s mind is this: what the hell happened up there?
Chair: I don’t know, it had a different energy during rehearsal.
Dangatorium: How do you know Mr. Eastwood?
Chair: We met taking improv classes together at the UCB theatre in LA. Tonight’s performance was a sketch we wrote together.
Dangatorium: How long have you known Mr. Eastwood?
Chair: I don’t know, maybe about 3 weeks.
Dangatorium: And how do you feel about the performance tonight?
Chair: I don’t know. It was an ambitious piece and we were under incredible pressure from the RNC to keep things tight. They made us change some of the wording 20 minutes before we took the stage so it was just maybe… a little disorienting. Clint seemed a little seduced by the whole thing and maybe that changed the energy of his performance. But I mean it was a real honor to get to work with him, the man is a national treasure. He seemed really pleased with how it was going so that’s all that matters.
Dangatorium: But how do you feel about it?
Chair: Listen, I’m just a chair. I don’t know, man.
Dangatorium: Well thank you for speaking with us.