From Elana's piece:
[Kane] had promised herself that if she ever ran into Jackie Mason she would walk right up to him and present him with her Jewish jokes and do The Shrug for him and see if he approved. And like in a movie—it happened...Not having been there I have no idea how this all took place. But I do remember that she looked just about as happy as I’ve ever seen anyone look when she returned, and a few days later she submitted this “report” to me telling me to feel free to pass it on to funders as I saw fit.
That report, which I'm dying to read, is apparently only available in the print edition of the Rail. I'm on the record as a Kane skeptic—I wouldn't bring myself to see the recent production of Blasted, for instance—but this makes me think twice. It's a bit like learning that, I don't know, Harold Pinter enjoyed listening to Howard Stern.