Do you feed on the need for the beauty underneath?
—The Phantom, Love Never Dies
Love gives you pleasure and love gives you pain. And yet when both are gone, love will still remain.
—Love Never Dies
That moment before my scene last night made my entire weekend :)
I just can’t even describe how much I’m starting to miss my RENT family. Each of you brought something different to the show every night, and you were all absolutely amazing. I will never forget all those moments we had together. Thank you for letting me be a part of your world for a season, and I hope that you guys keep in touch.
After all, I do still have two more shows to complete tomorrow. Goodnight all. Sweet dreams.
This show is going swimmingly well! I’m finally making the friends I need, and it feels really good to have them in my life :) Also, I’m pretty sure something else is developing as well. I’m not entirely sure where it’s going, but I like it. I really really like it. I look forward to seeing her at each showtime/rehearsal. Looking forward to see what the future holds :)
Those sly costars of mine….
Anyone know an aristocratic asshole I can hangout with?
Stan (making a black cast member sing some riffs from Whitney’s I Will Always Love You): Oh shit! All the gays are like, “She’s back! Where is she?! Check the bathtub!”
What’s really odd/interesting about this role switch is the fact that I have stated before many times that I would make one hell of a good villain.
And I will be the best damn Benny ever to grace the stage.
I’m sorta kinda worried about this show. I want to do the part justice, I really do. Every time we go in for rehearsal I get shaky nervous. Ugh. I’ll be fine, I know. I just need to shake these nerves. I’m so happy I’m back into theatre though :)
Us: Where do you go to get size 12 in women’s heels?
Stan: Drag queen stores.
This is not a show that would normally be put on in this town. Not everyone likes RENT. Especially in this area. This whole cast has a lot of gall to be involved in such a show. Stan told us before we left last rehearsal that we all need a specific reason for putting on this show. We will be tested. We will be drained emotionally, mentally, and physically. We need a reason to keep going. Tasha, Mary, and Stan all have their own personal reasons for doing this. And I have mine. My reason for being in this show is major to me. I will put my whole and complete self into this show. Nothing less.