"The show allowed a lot of room for interpretation and improvisation. Shaffer recalled that Short was fond of doing a bit in which he’d walk out in front of the crowd during intermission and imitate Frank Sinatra, using the Chairman’s phrasing to make dreary words sound romantic: “Linoleum … your face is like linoleum!” Among those smitten was Catherine O’Hara, then still in high school but, through her older brother, part of the same circle of young performers. “I had eyes for Marty,” she said. “I kissed his picture in the program.” But it was Radner whom Short started dating—they were a couple for two years.”
-from the Martin Short profile in the new issue of Vanity Fair, describing the now legendary 1973 Toronto production of Godspell which launched the careers of Short, Gilda Radner, Victor Garber, Eugene Levy, and Paul Shaffer.