|Expectation:||Philosophical dialogues with light tones that question the meaning of life and existence.|
|Reality:||PENIS JOKES LOL|
what do you mean we can’t perform the entirety of Dogfight on our first date
I’m The Greatest Star - Barbara Streisand’s Final Broadway Performance - December 26, 1965 -Soundboard
I think it’s time to finally share this gem. Ladies and gentleman this is the original Fanny and how the song is sung. With Glee’s version released there will soon be love and obsession I’m guessing. Just remember Barbra was long before Glee, the movie, and others. Enjoy this oldie yet brilliant recording and performance.
5 tumblr posts that helped me decide my college life was theatre bound
“ Being onstage is just a feeling that you cannot duplicate anywhere else because the energy that the audience is giving you forces you to give more energy. It’s such an output and exchange of energy. You can’t do that anywhere else. ”
Because sometimes I forget why I decided to dedicate my life to theatre, and I need a reminder. So no matter what parents say, this is your dream, follow it.
Article “9 Ways a Theatre Degree Trumps a Business Degree” [x]
|non-theatre person:||*makes a musical reference and doesn't realize it*|
|me:||*oh my god, that's from that one show*|
|me:||*must resist reference*|
|non-theatre person:||*continues with conversation*|
|me:||*don't show your agony*|
|me:||*BUSTS OUT IN CORRESPONDENCE TO EARLIER REFERENCE*|
|me:||"that was just from this one show"|
|me:||"anyway, what were you saying?"|
*Quietly eats candy backstage in the dark by myself.*
"Too Tired" - High Fidelity 2007 Original Broadway Cast
This one’s from my coach!
Take the extra 5 seconds (especially when you are tired during tech week!)to think about the information you want to convey so that it is clear and concise when you say it the first time. Then you don’t have to spend an extra 15 seconds repeating or re-explaining or rambling.
Also, no “ums” if you can help it (looking at myself…)
Tech week #2: go forth and communicate!
Nina Sosanya is a breath of fresh air as Rosalind. She is so clear and fluent that her speech sounds almost spontaneous, bringing a light, assured touch to the conversations that dominate the second half. She is fully at ease as a very contemporary Ganymede and is well paired with Naomi Frederick as a sometimes grave, sometimes impish Celia.