When you played your one woman show in Toronto, I waited and waited at the stage door on a chair inside. Everyone had left and after about another 20 min you wandered close to the yellow tape. You looked at me, with surprise, and said, "did you want to see me?" After you signed the program - I didn't want to put my coat on in front of you (it seemed classless) but there was a horrible snow storm. I moved towards the door and you said, "put your coat on - it snowing out" After I put it on you began doing the buttons up. I was laughing. you're so short and I'm so tall; then you said, "where's your hat and your scarf" By this time I was laughing so hard tears were streaming. I was in the process of writing a one woman show, so it meant so much to me to meet you. You wrote -hooray for the theatre. True. But even more true is: Hooray for people like Lily Tomlin who work in the theatre.