Whoa, man... S'been forever...
I thought I'd let y'all know that I am currently exhausted due to 5 fuckin' million plays that I'm in. I've literally got coffee flowing through my veins. Such a nice feeling...
I vowed that I would keep you updated, so...here you go!
Over at my local Performing Arts Center, I'm in Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical
as an ensemble member! This is my first paying gig, so I'm tres, tres
excited! Like the title of the show suggests, it's a very dark show, just in time for Halloween! Murder, mayhem, prossssstitutes...
Bottom line: If you haven't seen this show, do so. And not the one online that has David Hasselhoff in it. I would gladly watch him eating a cheeseburger off his carpet for an hour and a half instead of watching him terrorize this beautiful show. Watch clips of Robert Cuccioli as Jekyll/Hyde...I dare you. You will jizz in your pants.
On top of that goodness, my theater company at school is putting on a show called Scenes from the Big Picture.
It's an Irish drama with humor, angst, abuse, and redemption. I play a part that was originally made for a male, but with a bit of line tweaking, the part that I play is a lesbian named Paula Foggarty, whose abusive father has just passed away. She and her brother Harry have to settle their differences, an order in their father's will, but it might not be as easy as they think. There, a synopsis created by yours truly. She's probably the feistiest role I've ever had to play. It will be a glorious challenge, especially considering I can't do an Irish accent worth a crap. Even though I'm, like, 60% Irish. Balls.
But, wait, there's more! I'm reprising my role of Miss Wilson from Jeffrey Hatcher's Smash! locationtemptation.deviantart.…
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And the role of Snug from A Midsummer Night's Dream
for a Fall Showcase at my school. Lovely, lovely, Loooooovely!
My life is bro. Fo sho.
So, that's pretty much it!
I'll update again when J&H is over hopefully with pictures and...videos? Perhaps, children...perhaps...
Goodnight, my little cherubs!