Okay, so this is the mushy part. First of all, thanks for sharing my day with me. If you actually made it through all 70 pictures, you win a special award in patience. Second, I love my job. No matter what show I’m on, I always meet the most wonderful people. It’s the only good part about jobs coming and going. I have always felt that the theater gathers up all the people who aren’t sure where they fit in and gives them a place to be weird and wonderful and uninhibited. We are one lucky group. Lastly, about the company of An American in Paris. These are some of the hardest working folks on Broadway. Many of them have never done eight shows a week, but despite the fatigue and the demanding schedule, they are always here. They always come to work. Sure, there is the occasional stomach flu or small injury that might keep someone away for a day or two, but the commitment to our show is fierce and we are a loyal tribe. We have incredible support from our backstage crew. They iron us, make us look pretty, dress us, and point us in the right direction while our crew keeps us safe and keeps us laughing. Thanks for joining all of us today. They told me to tell you they think you are beautiful.