I do have, by most accounts, an excellent memory. However, I am in the habit of keeping semi-meticulous journals on productions that I am in, which enables me to recall specific, "Trivial Pursuit" type factoids about the shows I have been in.
Here is a list of statistics about the shows I have been in, which I include here purely for fun, and to give you a rough sketch of the type of career of I have had so far...
Total productions: 18
Number of musicals appeared in: 4
Number of musicals in which I had solo numbers: 2
Total plays in which I portrayed more than one character: 6
Number of shows where I appeared in the very first scene: 16
Number of shows where I appeared in the very last scene: 12
Number of shows where I delivered the very first line: 6 The very last line: 3
Largest Cast: 44 people in the musical Scrooge.
Smallest Cast: 3 people (a never before performed one act play, from this summer)
Largest crowd ever performed for: 400+
Smallest Crowd: 8 (Yes, eight individual people. Contrary to the unwritten convention, we performed, despite the cast being 4 times that size.)
Most performances of a single show: 13 (The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged)
Number of plays requiring a stage kiss: 1
Number of plays that were supposed to require a stage kiss, but I talked my way out of: 1
Shakespearean plays: 1
Oldest character: Orlas in Cecile, who was written to be in his 60’s. Also the role for which I wore the most make-up ever.
Youngest Character: Elvis in Miss Nelson is Missing. Theoretically a third grader, but like all characters, acted older.
Stage most frequently performed on: The Old Opera House in Charles Town, West Virginia. (11 productions to date.)