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Amalgamation of Life

Welp, it’s been 3 months…

Welp, it's been 3 months--where did I end up in my goals? June 2018 Successfully┬ásuggest, prepare, plan, audition, direct, and let go of a production Plot out one script with stage directions, costume themes, set design, sound/music I'm still here! I'll be in the planning stage until March 3, 2019 @ 6:59 p.m. I actually… Continue reading Welp, it’s been 3 months…

Amalgamation of Life, Costume Designer, Director

Appropriate thanks

What I've been missing in my recent thank-full posts may not be very apparent in my everyday life. I'd like to focus on my mom, for this post. It's old news, but I don't thank her enough. *And,* I really don't thank her enough for the silly things that she does for me. For instance,… Continue reading Appropriate thanks

Amalgamation of Life, Director

Bending

Bending genders? What are the rules and regulations? Or...do I make them up as I go... I've been faced with some hard questions and realizations when it comes to Forum. It's a male heavy show but I picked it and I *thought* I could get away with reversing genders on all of the roles. I'm… Continue reading Bending

Actor, Amalgamation of Life, Costume Designer, Director

Open letter to theatre.

I've done my best over the past year (and some change) to be as honest as possible with my thoughts and feelings relating to theatre. I think, going back and re-reading some posts, that I have been forthright and accurate in my depiction of my feelings; it's a love-hate relationship. Theatre is not a beast… Continue reading Open letter to theatre.

Actor, Amalgamation of Life, Director

Rules for strikes

I recently discovered that strike means different things to different theaters and does not have a universal list of priorities. Standard 'to-dos' are: An entire set has to be disassembled and a new set has to be reassembled (although this second part can take a few weekends), Costumes have to be laundered, Props organized and… Continue reading Rules for strikes