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This Resonated

September 16th, 2010 No comments

I tend to meet other peoples’ deadlines and not mine. As discussed here. In the arts field, you have to do a lot of self-starting. So this gave me a lot to think about.

What Completes Me

July 18th, 2010 No comments

Obviously, it’s live theatre.

Do I know why? Not really. It’s not very relevant. What matters are the results.

Life analysis indicates I’m not getting enough of it, and suggests methods of fixing that. Stay tuned.

Personal Struggle

April 19th, 2010 No comments

Been going through a lot of thinking about life and performing. None of which I’ve been sharing on the blog. Writing emo entries is inappropriate because I am not a 12 year-old girl. Things should be back to normal soon. Whatever that means.

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The Monologue Process

October 24th, 2008 No comments

It’s going well. If you aren’t doing it, I really recommend getting a digital recorder and recording your part on it. Really speeds up my learning time, a lot faster than hiding bits of text on the printed page and trying to remember what’s under that folded pizza menu.

It’s going badly. Even with the monologues going solid, I have no time for auditions. I had to turn down someone asking me to come in for an audition because I work at a really…job. You fill in the blanks, but the main thing is that it is in the outer reaches of the town and so I can’t get to even a 5 pm slot in time.

Do I have to make a break with it all? Risk starvation to be able to acheive greatness? It sure seems like it sometimes.

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