Amalgamation of Life, Director

How did I pick? Part II

How did I pick a production staff? It wasn't easy, I really didn't know where to go aside from my close knit group of friends. Was there any body else? Sure, but did I trust them? Frankly, no, I did not. I trust my friends with any of my personal possessions and even myself (when… Continue reading How did I pick? Part II

Actor, Amalgamation of Life, Costume Designer, Director

The kid in me

I am a self professed child at heart. I know this, all of my friends and family know this--I don't think I actually know how to be an adult. Would there actually be any difference, as an actor, to me? Let me focus on the differences between shows as an adult and as a teen.… Continue reading The kid in me

Actor, Amalgamation of Life, Costume Designer, Director, Graduate Student

Updated Goals

I've updated my goals for the remainder of the year! 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 Earn the Perfect Prefect medals with the Hogwarts Running Club Finish 26.2 miles with Run the Winery race program Research different (to… Continue reading Updated Goals

Actor, Amalgamation of Life, Costume Designer, Director, Graduate Student

I haven’t check in on my goals recently

And by recently, I mean close to 10 months ago. Did you think I forgot about my goals? No, it's not true. I didn't forget about them, I've just been doing them and some self reflection on how I've been obtaining them. Successfully suggest, prepare, plan, audition, direct, and let go of a production I… Continue reading I haven’t check in on my goals recently

Amalgamation of Life, Director

Brush Ups

As I mentioned in my post on Friday, I've recently experienced something unusual with my post-production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. We had rehearsals between performance weekends--this is almost unheard of in the theater world because there is truly something as being over-rehearsed. Words, especially in a Chekhov loosely based show, are… Continue reading Brush Ups