I have been onstage. During a college course in Medieval Drama, we put on some "mystery" plays, meaning medieval sacred drama. I played Titivillus the devil in the morality play Mankynde. I played a soldier in "The York Crucifixion." I also played a Virgin martyr in a play by an abbess named Hrotswitha. All of them were excruciating to me because I'm terrified of public speaking or putting myself out there in person. I don't mind blogging or reading from a script, but to memorize and act threw me into terror time. I'll never do it again.