As someone who's been doing theatre since a very young age, I've noticed how many problems or stereotypes that come along with it, and I'm here to post stuff that actresses like myself can relate to. I will try to post as much as I can, but I do have a life. (I actually am involved in drama in real life, and am participating in a production in some way at all times.) Feel free to submit anything you think applies to this blog! *This is MOSTLY stereotypical and will MOSTLY be directed at problems having to do with plays/musicals/competitions/auditions and other problems of the stage, not movies.* Thank you :)
no new posts until tomorrow.
but until then follow my personal!
hi guys, i’m back! wooh!
the reason why i haven’t been on in so long is because of rehearsal..what a surprise. I had done festival in which i was on the costume team and won an award. tech definitely makes you a more appreciative actor and i think everyone should do it at least once, but i am never doing it again, lol. i much prefer being on stage. and then right after that i was in hairspray! so much fun. I was the gym teacher :) Now i’m about to be in les mis over the summer but the rehearsals are only in the evening 5 days a week so i can start updating this again.
By the way…
i used to edit my posts on picnik, but as you all probably know, it has shut down. i now have to edit my posts on paint. if you have any website suggestions that i could edit the posts on that allow text in the photos, that would be great…because paint sucks.
Watching ‘Rent’ with a non-theatre kid and just singing your heart out to 525600 minutes and they’re like O.o wut.
Just spent the last ten minutes crying over real life issues, now I have to go to a rehearsal for a comedy.
When people ask what music you like and you sound like an old lady saying “show tunes”
When you think you’ll get famous from posting a video on youtube……and don’t because no one knows the songs.