Not too long ago, the New York Times caught up with South Carolina comedienne Liza Dye, who was seriously injured in a February New York subway mishap and back on a local stage here just a few months later. More recently, it was the turn of thestate.com to chronicle this story.
Carrie Battan‘s NYT lede was pretty good:
Can a calamity plus a couple of months at Bellevue Hospital Center equal comedy?
But The State’s Alex Hicks Jr. went one better:
As a performer, everyone always tells you to break a leg. Few, however, actually do so.