twenty ◦ yale junior ◦ drama major ◦ taken
dreaming of paradise.
active since may 29th. 2012
Yeah, you’re not exactly a comedian, but I bet you could do it. I didn’t know you were going to be told so soon. Did you find out already?! How are you going to celebrate the good news? It’s definitely going to be good news, I just know it.
Maybe once I have some sort of career figured out and can afford to take risks, but before then I’ll probably stick to what I’ll be good at. I auditioned yesterday so I just need to wait until they make a decision. I’m not sure how long that usually takes, but hopefully no longer than a few days.
That’s because there’s obviously going to be someone that saves her. It’d be hella depressing if she just ended up dying.
My audition was yesterday and they didn’t mention anything, but I guess I’ll see what happens if I get the part. The script could be completely different than what I’m expecting it to be.
Not like I know something like that since I got no idea how plays work. Just assumed you had to practice making out since shit can go wrong with that.
Maybe whenever I’m shooting movies or whatever I end up doing in the future, but most school plays don’t involve making out on stage. The student film I auditioned for definitely doesn’t have any kind of kissing.
I enjoyed school enough when I wasn’t being forced to take core curriculum classes that were irrelevant to my studies. Like biology. Do they make you take those too?
We took them mostly in the first two years so I’ve worked my way through all of them. It makes school a lot more enjoyable so I will definitely agree with you on that.
Even on the like two percent chance that you don’t get the part, I’m sure they’ll recommend you to anyone and everyone! You’re totally destined for greatness!
It’ll be a few days until I know for sure, but thank you for all of the nice things you said. Hopefully it’ll work out and I’ll be able to get something on my resume.
Sleep. I was pregnant and I really didn’t want to do anything besides sleep or eat. It was hard to get a good nights sleep most of the time, so any chance I got - I slept.
Technically yes, but it wasn’t exactly a real proposal. I really don’t want to get into my past so there’s not really any point in talking about it.
Thank you, Quinn. I’m sure it can be humiliating and difficult to admit when someone else is right but, as I am the star and the veritable Broadway expert, I think I know what I’m doing. I am the very definition of perky and energetic, and if anyone had to suggest the most optimistic and determined classmate at NYADA then my name would be the very first on the every single list, so this year will be both challenging but also thrilling because I know that I can manage it.
I think there’s probably a difference between being an expert on something and knowing your limitations on what you can handle, but it’s your life. I’m sure you’re going to handle all of it very well and we all know I’ll probably be the first person telling you I told you so if you do end up needing a break. Just remember there’s nothing wrong with that.
Well that’s probably because you’re responsible about it without having to be nagged about it.
That could be it. I’m actually enjoying my time at school so it makes it a little easier to be there every single day.