So I guess since the email was sent out, I can announce this:
I was nominated for Best Character Actress of the season at WVLO based on my performance as Liesl in The Sound of Music.
There’s an upcoming awards banquet (August 28th) in which I’ll be performing from The Sound of Music and the shows of next season (How to Succeed, Drowsy Chaperone, Bells are Ringing), following which the recipient of the award (between myself and 2 other women) will be announced.
- PhD applications
Lunch with Amy followed by a nice drive to Monterey for the evening - spending the night with Ali and Elizabeth. The next morning we’re going to the Aquarium…for free.
I’ll know for sure in a week when the results arrive. My first biopsy! Woo.
Bad mood all of a sudden. Not fun.
1. Disappointing people, especially my parents.
3. Not accomplishing goals that I set. Being a failure.
We started with 1/3 of our seats sold because of subscribers by the time the show was cast. And now I have 3 performances left, 2 of which are completely sold out. Tickets remain for the final Saturday but I can’t imagine them being available for much longer.
With 12 kids in the show, its bound to sell. The fact that its a classic musical appealing to the older generations, its bound to sell. And that we’re receiving fantastic feedback with people promising to return for the next performance? It’s no wonder these tickets are gone.
I tried warning my friends, I advertised for months, linked to cheap tickets, advertised special discounts that were happening…Now, with 1 weekend left of performances (after 4 weekends), many of my friends can’t see me perform for one reason or another. I tried. This was no fault of my own.
I want to watch HP right this very second, but I also don’t want to watch it EVER…I don’t want to say goodbye. =[ I don’t want it to be over.
Rolfe: Affectionately?” —
The Sound of Music (via throughaglassonion)
As in yesterday, since I received it yesterday….yes, I’m pretty sure I did.
Going to take a break from writing up bits of my thesis and designing a follow-up survey I’d like to send out by the end of the month. I mean, I still have a lot of work to do, but my eyeballs are hurting from the stuff that isn’t fun. I started editing my Methods section, created some brainstorming for how I’ll split up my results section, and began designing and editing a follow-up survey.
Time to read some more Harry Potter and drink hot chocolate. I think I deserve it.