In 1987 I made my professional acting debut at Lincoln Center, in the City Opera’s production of “South Pacific.” Those two month s were when I really got “bitten by the bug” (for those of you familiar with the show, I played “Ngana,” the Frenchman’s daughter who sings “Dites-moi”). 23 years later, I’m still acting, and today I got to see the show live, for the very first time. I even wore my Polynesian-inspired shirt for the occasion. … You have to order bottled. Heidi got a special “South Pacific” cocktail, the color of the water I ordered a Portobello mushroom sandwich, subbing the potato wedges for the sauteed kale I saw on the menu. Aside from the mushroom, it also had zucchini, eggplant, sweet peppers, and basil thyme aioli – served on a brioche bun Abe ordered an egg/cheese sandwich that came with meat… … so I piled some of the ham onto my veggies for protein, and added a smear of Grey Poupon A bite of Abe’s fruit too Although the food was pretty good, there were some problems with the restaurant – it took a while, some of the food came out cold, they weren’t able to cook a poached egg longer than runny for some reason, and Abe’s vegetarian dish came with meat on it (when he ordered it on the side specifically).