In February, 25-year-old comedian Liza Dye was struck by a southbound B train at the Broadway-Lafayette Station. She had fallen off the platform, and the first car of the train rolled over her, injuring her legs. Dye made her return to the stage at Ars Nova last week, and Bedford + Bowery captured it all—you can watch below. Dye particularly has a lot to say about Bellevue, where she stayed for 2+ months—"It is the worst place ever... it is literally Hell... it is awful... it was a nightmare, just terrifying."
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