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: [talking about plans for Peter Pan
] ... And you have a pirate ship on stage, surrounded by tons and tons of water, James, that's a lot of water. J.M. Barrie
: It's a lot of water? Charles Frohman
: Yes, and that's a lot of money.
: We'll get them with the next one, Charles, I promise. Charles Frohman
: Of course we will, James. J.M. Barrie
: I know you put a lot into this one. Charles Frohman
: A fortune, James, but I am fortunate because I can afford to lose a fortune. J.M. Barrie
: Can you? Charles Frohman
: No, I can't.
: [watches Nana crawl across the stage and bump head-first into one of the beds
] Nanny? Nanny? Um, first you get the pajamas, then you make the bed. Nana The Dog
: With my paws? J.M. Barrie
: You make the bed with your paws; the pajamas you get with your teeth. Because in fact, being a dog, you haven't any proper digits, have you? Nana The Dog
: Well I don't have any teeth either! I mean I can't see, I can't breathe, all I've got is this rubbery snout. J.M. Barrie
: [looks back at Frohman
] Can we get him some teeth? Charles Frohman
: He can have mine.
: Twenty-five seats, given to orphans. Perfect. Now my nightmare is complete.
: [shaking his head at the success of the play Peter Pan
: You know what happened, James, they changed it. J.M. Barrie
: They changed what? Charles Frohman
: The critics, they made it important... hm, what's it called? What's it called? J.M. Barrie
: Play. Charles Frohman
] Charles Frohman
: Opening night. I love opening night. How are you? Did you see him?