Drove my dad’s new truck
Had good food at the Cheesecake Factory
Had a long but good rehearsal
Went to the Dermatologist
realized i need to enjoy my youth while i have it
read some of ghosts
had an amazing time at the melting pot with hannah for her birthday
went to the gym
realized i need to get a new canterbury script
Reheased Act 1 of LHA-twas okay
wrote an”essay” on a gardening store
FINALLY had a frontega chicken sandwhich from panera
saw a friend as Canterbury rehearsal
had notso fries!
was inspired and bewildered and amazed by Amy Adams, Phillip Seymore Hoffman, and especially Meryll Streep in Doubt
Started reading Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen
had sloppy joes for dinner
had a nice phone conversation with a friend
predicted a surprise and a relationship
came home early because there was no LHA rehearsal!
Fell asleep early and woke up way to early
Had great discoveries in Look Homeward Angel Rehearsal
2nd read through of Canterbury tales
Worked out with Allie at lifetime fitness
Kept all my grades the same
Will try to fall asleep for a very long time
Worked out at Lifetime Fitness for 1 hour on the elliptical
Finished Spring Awakening
Ate leftover pizza for dinner
went (am going to) go over lines for LHA
am going to bed early
watched episodes of The Office and Dexter.
This play has a vital theme and is everlastingly relevant. The main characters are curious and dramatic teens who live in a world of censorship and repression, making the play very real, relatable, depressing and yet also surprisingly comical. It is strong in content and message but lacks structure, which makes it a tad hard to follow. Well worth the read especially for any fan of the musical. (things are put in a different order and the musical changes the manner of some of the play’s characters and events)
I fell in love with Tumblr
Went Grocery Shopping
Had really bad Guacamole
Ate tons of Food (Chicken Spinach Mozzarella, Pepperoni, Chips and Salsa, Chocholate Chip Cookies)
Watched The SAG awards with Ellen and Hattie
Read the 2nd Act of Spring Awakening by Frank Wedenkind
Told someone i might go into Acting instead of Musical Theatre.
- Ilse: Lose something?
- Moritz: Ilse?!
- Ilse: What are you looking for out here?
- Moritz: Why did you scare me like that?
- Ilse: What are you looking for?-Did you lose something?
- Moritz: What did you scare me so horribly for?
- Ilse: I was in the city. I'm on my way home
- Moritz: I don't know what I lost
- Ilse: No point in looking for it, then.
- -Frank Wedenkind, Spring Awakening (1891)