I was at my grandmother's old house, in an upstairs bedroom, when I looked out the window and noticed the original cast of "The Scarlet Pimpernel" (a Broadway musical) moving through town. It was a national tour, of sorts, but more like a traveling circus. And the entire cast and crew was WALKING, instead of driving...very odd. The sets were being pulled by elephants.
I quickly began to change clothes, so I could run out and meet the cast (specifically, Terrence Mann). I was standing in my light blue underwear when my grandmother barged in with Terrence Mann and yelled, "Look who's here!" I flew behind a chair, in an attempt to cover my nakedness, but Terry and my grandmother didn't seem to notice! My grandmother began rambling about something, while Terry approached me, and asked if I wanted an autograph or a picture. The more I tried to shrink behind the chair, the closer he came. I started to scream, "NO! NO! GET THE HELL OUT!" Eventually, they left, and I dressed. I grabbed my camera, and ran downstairs, so I could get pictures with the cast.
I realized I didn't have any film. I asked my grandma if I could borrow her camera, and she screamed, "You KNOW mine is broken!" I walked into the kitchen, and lo and behold, it was filled with the Bounders (a group of men in the show)...and they were all eating cold cuts. I noticed Douglas Sills standing by the front door, impatiently, fiddling with an antique camera. I wanted to talk to him, but he looked annoyed with the whole situation.