Last night, I watched some eppies of Dexter and stayed up really late. I kept looking at the clock under the TV and saying to myself: "The Wig just finished....They're all tipsy now...ok, now they're totally drunk and trying to figure out which way to the hotel or to food..."
Sheila - thank you so so so much; please pass that along to everyone else who helped. It was great getting to meet so many people. Sorry - I didn't take my camera to the event; didn't want to keep up with it all night. I know there are still some folks in NYC but there were tons of photos being snapped so I'd watch this space over the next few days.
As far as I'm concerned, Homeless Le Bum can join us on stage any time he likes.
Anthony DeVito was amazing. It was an honor to have him there doing his thing. He wrote exclusive material for the night, and he went down a storm.
I had a fantastic time meeting so many people for the first time, and saying hello to folks I've already met. I tried to say hi to everyone, and if I missed you, I'm sorry. Duran Duran has some of the best looking fans in the world. Not me, of course, but the rest of you - Dy-no-mite!!!
The response to Chekhov's Wig meant a lot to us. We learned a lot last night about what works and what doesn't - We're planning a Wig night at the Baggot Inn next time Duran Duran plays NYC, so we hope we'll see you there. It'll be hard for us to top Saturday's take on "Girls on Film" for raw power. I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as we did.