See? It’s not a big deal. I don’t know anything about New York theater, but I can tell you this is not gonna be a good show. Just some storytelling thing. You would hate it. Genevieve Moss? [Matilda] Genevieve, that’s you. Great. You’re checked in. You’re fifth up. Okay. Awesome. What’s “fifth up”? Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. You’re performing here? That is— This is— That is a huge reveal. It’s no big deal. I just— I wrote a story and I signed up to read it. Oh. That explains the hat. Do you need stage makeup? Because I can do it. I took a workshop. Matilda. Look at this room. I don’t need stage makeup. Well, you’re not gonna look very professional. Go. Sorry. This is just … A bit of a shock? It’s a bit of a shock, yeah. It’s a bit of a shock. I’ll be done in an hour. Okay. Goodbye. Alright, guys. Coming to the stage next is a first-time performer here. Please give her a warm welcome. Genevieve Moss. Wow. New York. New York City. Very cool. I’m from California. Agoura Hills, California. Which is like New York, if New York was shit. Uh. Right. Um. So, my sister Matilda, she went through this phase where she couldn’t deal with wet. She’d run around the house all furiously, throwing her sippy cup at me, going, “It’s too wet! It’s too wet!” Like, not the cup. The juice was too wet. Sorry, I forgot to mention. My sister has autism. She’s not just an asshole.