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It's play time

Theology was fine, other than a movie that I thought was just going to be funny and then it got sad and made me wanna cry. It's called Dad? and it's very good, but if you've ver watched anyone deal with growing older/parental bonding, you should have some clenex.

When I got to rehearsal, we did something that our director learned at a drama party. I learned the following things, feel free to correct them:

  • I know where I want to go in life.

  • I value loyalty

  • I run face first into my obstacles

  • My emotions are pure

  • and I have a fruitful futur.

I know several of you will have comments on at least one of these (smile).

I have learned that I have no idea how to manage stagework while working a guide dog. Especially with the one I have now.

Note to self: Having a dog who knows who your friends are is good, until curtain call.

Note to self 2: Find some way to get the dog off the floor quickly so you can get off stage after your scene.



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Apr. 19th, 2006 06:54 pm (UTC)
Do you need to use your dog on stage? I'm not sure what the situation is, but whenever I perform, I don't use the doggy. He either stays in the room for 2 hours or so, (not a big deal,) or someone i know in the audience watches him, or I put him and a bone in a room near the stage so I can check on him between sceens. Just a thought.
Apr. 19th, 2006 08:39 pm (UTC)
I have one short part and that's it. I walk so I'm barely on stage and give my lines. Then I leave. The layout is sort of confusing to me. I could try it with a cane, but I get the impression they want Julio on stage with me. I'm a messenger.....
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