Overall though, I love auditions. I'm such a people watcher, so watching 120 kids speaking through lines from my 2nd favorite musical, I am just in such awe. It's fun, really, because you get to read for different parts with different people. Very cool.
Kinda hurt that mommy didn't ask how the audition went. She didn't ask yesterday either. But my dad asked today. *shrugs* I've learned not to expect too much out of people. Especially my mother.
Cast list will be posted next Tuesday at 3:30 on the docrew.org site. Hey, if you really want to see if I made it, check out that page. *laughs* Not that I expect you to. I will be in Florida, but I'm sure I can find access to a computer. Still not putting too much weight into this. I probably won't make it, but it would be cool if I did.
I've had Confidence in my head all day. It wasn't even one of the audition pieces. Weird, but the Sound of Music brightens any bad day.
Talked to Dr. Flemming today (about my physics teacher). I'm glad that I got to say what I wanted, and express that I feel my grade is suffering because of his obvious lack in teaching skills, but it really feels like I've wasted my time. I know that Flemming won't do anything about it, except maybe mention that "a few students are having problems in your class". I guess I knew that there wasn't anything that could be done, though. If this keeps up, I'm considering switching to level two physics.
Speaking of physics and how much it sucks ass, he gave us a quiz today on material that we hadn't touched in about a week, that was on the schedule for tomorrow, and that had nothing to do with the homework or lesson. In a related issue, he gives us homework on things that do not relate to what we learned in class. Yesterday, we learned about Centripetal Force. Last night's homework was on Vector Acceleration. *shrugs angrily* Where ever the hell he got that.
Okay, making myself angry again. Yuck. Must do homework. Haven't gotten anything done yet, and auditions ran late. *sigh* I shall be back...