Nothing filled Nathan with more joy than being center stage and allowing his portrayal of that week’s character to come to life and thrill the audience.
There was just one problem: he hadn’t been sick yet.
After throwing up before his first performance, and it becoming a hit, his fellow castmates expected it before every play.
He hadn’t been sick since. In truth, it hurt and he hated doing it, but they refused to begin until he did his part.
Bending over a toilet in the hall, he gave his best performance and earned cheers from the cast.