In high school, I poured everything I had and hoped for into art.
Every panic attack, every failed class, it was all kept within those precious seconds on stage, in front of the blinding lights of the house seats.
It was the only time I ever felt free. The only time I could be who I truly was, because as far as I could tell, no one else was really watching.
There are many things I miss about those moments.
But there is so much more that I don’t. Continue reading escaping “art”
Time will go as fast as it fancies to. That is what September has taught me. In August, time almost dragged until the very end. Every day barely passed, every day lasted years. Until it was September. The first few days of it passed the same, two weeks of book research and Driver’s Test handbooks, until I got an email. It was from the Choreographer … Continue reading September
I love Valentines Day. Something about a whole day dedicated to loving friends and family and significant others makes me feel all warm and gooey, and it’s a corporate holiday I take a huge liking too. Much like people would to Christmas or Superbowl Sunday. So this Valentines Day, like every Valentines day since Freshman year, I gave out flowers. Usually the day or night … Continue reading Valentines Day
So I went on an unplanned hiatus for about two months. Here’s what happened! After the show closed, we went on Thanksgiving break. Not much happened for a few days, it was just a lot of me sitting around and playing computer games, writing some creative fiction stories and baking like crazy. Then, for three days I took a vacation with my family to San … Continue reading The Past Few Weeks
This show…there is so much to say about this show. Game of Tiaras was the wildest of times, and my most favorite show with this department that I’ve ever been on stage in. To give you a bit of context, I played the Snow Queen(Ellie) in the play Game Of Tiaras, written by Don Zolidis. If you would like, you can read the complete script for … Continue reading Game Of Tiaras