It droppeth, as the gentle rain...
Those are literally the only two lines of memorized text from high school that I remember. There was a Shakespeare competition that my English teacher threw me into, and I memorized Portia's monologue from The Merchant of Venice, and screwed it up royally, because I suck at memorizing. It seems pretty appropriate at the moment though, since I have decided to show some mercy tomorrow.
Off-book day is the most dreaded day by most actors; the day when lines must be memorized, and thus the day it is most likely your director will yell at you. Tomorrow is off-book day for the Crucible, and I can already hear the wailing and gnashing of teeth.
But I have decided that since we are only practicing two days next week because of my move, I am going to delay off-book day by a week.
It's fun to be the nice guy.