My old Chem teacher just walked by me and made me realize that I don’t remember shit from his class last year…
HAHAHA. Oh well his loss for not teaching me right.
I’m an artist, motherfucker. I don’t need that shit.
Hell Week. Take Two.
Beggar on Horseback.
I really do not like this show…mostly because of the director.
It’s not funny.
I don’t have fun doing it.
And all I can think is that I’d rather be talking to Logan.
7 and a half hour rehearsals all week.
God, someone kill me.
1:30-9 every day -___-
I’m finally going to make a difference.
I just got a call from The State Capitol in Sacramento saying I just won the 2012 LegiSchool Essay contest! This is huge not only for me but I hope for a lot of people. The essay topic this year had to do with bullying and how it can be addressed as a legislative issue. I must say, I wasn’t expecting this, but I’m glad I was chosen because I have a lot to say about this.
The main topic of my essay was cyber-bullying and how is can be fix and main a larger offense than it has been in history. I have countless examples and parts of my own past to provide a solution for this all too deadly problem.
The great thing about this is that I get to go to Sacramento and address these issues directly to California State Legislators. I’m going right to the source. This one is for all of you.
Hell Week. Take One.
Wind in the Willows. We go up tomorrow.
I’m so fucking tired. This is the hardest I’ve worked on any show I’ve done. 30 pages of dialogue. Eight monologues.
Mr. Toad. Come at me bro. I will knock you out of the water.
If you live in the LA area: 4800 Hollywood Blvd, 7:30 pm. It’s hysterical.
3rd Year Project
Okay. I had heard a lot from Alexa about how bad it was supposedly. I went to be moral support, and ended up loving the show.
Thomas and I have now identified the five things that make theatre brilliant (all of them having been in this show): comedy, tragedy, sex, murder, and transvestites.
For those in the Theatre class of 2013 that follow me, I love you guys so much. I love watching all of you. I wish I could be able to see what else you can do, though I feel that’s it for me after this year. I’ve seen you guys develop, and I’m so proud of you.
Those who live in LA area: “Big Love” by Charles Mee at the Barnsdall Theatre on the corner of Hollywood&Vermont.
Break a leg tomorrow night. I love each and every one of you on that stage with all my heart.
When people are auditioning in front of a crowd, and they only cheer for certain people, they don’t realize that when they don’t clap for others, it makes the other people feel like shit. It gives the other people confidence, and takes it away from others.
When you favor people, the rest of us crumble. And for that, I’m angry.
If you are in the LA area come and support our theatre company! THANKS!
I feel obliged as a 4th Year Theatre student. Plus I’m going. If you live in LA, you should too. It’s actually going to be pretty great.