This is a link to the Facebook page for my first college show- When the Rain Stops Falling by Andrew Bovell. It is one of the most beautiful shows I have ever read, and I am so proud and excited to be a part of it. If you are anywhere near Bloomington, Indiana, or love theatre, you should definitely check it out.
This is absolutely one of my favorite plays. And with the lovely Emma involved, it’s bound to be amazing. Don’t miss it!!
The fly rail is my new home at the Indiana Festival Theatre. Tech is surprisingly fun and rewarding and it’s nice to experience a different side of something I love. Plus, I’m going to be so buff at the end of this show no one will recognize me!
Eleven and a half hour day at the theatre school tomorrow. WOOOOOOOO!!!!
Alto’s Lament- My final solo of high school!
I’m sure this is already on Tumblr somewhere but I really, really need this on my blog.
I call this “My Hope For Humanity.” I think I’m going to download it and watch it every day.
This man is amazing.
Special Interests: […] walking
he dances flamenco and is a baritone singer
The end of an era! Thespian of the Year, lunch with Waldo, and a great Finale with all my SOS seniors.
That’s the scary thing about theatre—it doesn’t live on. But that’s actually the most beautiful thing about it, too. That’s why it’s more beautiful than film and certainly more beautiful than television, because it’s like life. Real life. Any picture that you take or any video that you make of yourself is not really you, it’s only an image that represents the experience you had. In theater, the process of it is the experience. Everyone goes through the process, and everyone has the experience together. It doesn’t last—only in people’s memories and in their hearts. That’s the beauty and sadness of it. But that’s life—beauty and the sadness. And that is why theatre is life.
My favorite picture from Grease.
God, I love this child.
(As is evidenced by my clinging to his leg.)
(He’s a real life rockstar, okay?!)
Happy tears, happy tears.
Tonight was closing night for Grease and…wow… words cannot describe what an amazing experience it was. I’ve never worked with a more loving, passionate, talented, zany group of people. Time to move on to bigger things, but it’s hard to imagine it can get better than this cast.
Front row, smack dab in the center baby!
God, what an incredible show. Usnavi, who normally plays Sonny in the touring cast, was amazing. There are no words…osniweowetuw…yeah.
It’s shows like this that remind me why I value musical theatre so highly.
Intern for IU Theatre & Drama Department = Slave for IU Theatre & Drama Department
Today, Korinne and I worked in PR which consisted of walking around campus in 90 degree weather hanging up a million Music Man posters. Aside from melting into a puddle and getting hopelessly lost (damn you SPEA), today was actually great day.
On Monday I’m in Stage Management! I’m really really pumped.
Sometimes when you dream…
Last night was by far the best opening night I’ve ever had. Little Women was astonishing. The audience loved it, we gave our all, and because of it all the little mishaps went unnoticed. Wow. I love being able to perform with this cast. :)
Anyway, the after show festivities took an interesting turn. From disrupting the peaceful patrons of Cafe Pizzaria to being rescued by Kate-Lyn when we were stranded without a ride at 12:45 am, it was quite a night. Ah. I can’t wait to do it again!