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Today has been uber long...but pretty good in the sense that it hasn't been bad.

If that makes sense to you...then we are in the same boat. :-\

The Company is really coming together and the show is starting to work. We ran the show twice today (so each act 4 times) and the second run was with costumes and...in some cases such as mine, wigs. That mother sucks, but oh well.

My second scene is really coming together. I like how I'm playing it. I feel like I understand it. There's a way to go still, but I'm getting there. My first scene still sucks. I don't know what else to do. So now it's just a matter of watching diction and projection.

Now, I have a few minutes before I go to pick up Candace and go to Chili's for dinner. Manda's asking Gatto to prom tonight...so yay.

I'm tired, but after there, there's Jazz Night...and then at 9pm we have a "wood elves" crew session. It's mostly for people not involved in the Spring Play, but it will be heavy duty work. Fun fun fun. But at least it will be good people, some good food, plenty of good music and lots of work to get done.

Waiting on a call back from Doctor Lady #3. Eck. She'll probably call while I'm at Chili's. Boo. And I still need to talk to Mommy about it. :-\


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Apr. 26th, 2003 07:15 pm (UTC)
Hey... this is kind of a random comment here. But I was browsing LJs (specifically West Wing fans, tonight) and I read that you're going to Indiana U next year. I go there, (or rather, am here now... heh) and just wanted to give you an early welcome! I think you'll love it -- I know I do...most of the time, anyway. *g* And it's good to know there will be another liberal down here besides me... I haven't let conservative Indiana brainwash me yet ;)

Also, Josh Lyman is my boyfriend. Just so you know. ;)
Apr. 26th, 2003 11:54 pm (UTC)
I love West Wing, though I definitely don't get to watch it as much as I should. Last summer, one of my best friends and I had a 6 hour long West Wing fest. We watched 9 episodes. It was amazing! ;-)

Yay for Indiana! If you wouldn't mind giving me a little information, what are you majoring in? Is there anything that you particularly like or dislike about it? Prepare me for what I'll be encountering next year! ;-)
Apr. 27th, 2003 09:28 am (UTC)
Ummm... let's see. I'm a sophomore right now and I'm majoring in secondary education (history and political science) with a minor in journalism. I've changed my major about three times (First I was journalism/graphic design, then just plain political science/history, and now what I said above). It's perfectly natural to change it because there's so much offered here. I'm interested in a lot of things... I really want one of four careers (a journalist, a graphic designer, a high school teacher & coach, or an environmental lawyer) and I wish I could just... you know, do them all. But I can't, so the good thing about IU is, there are so many great programs that no matter how many times I change my mind, what I want instead is always there. But... you sound like you know what you want. I can't remember what I read in your info... theater major?

As for everything else... the campus is beautiful. Really spread out... but it doesn't seem like 38,000 students go here. I've lived in Wright Quad my first two years, which is a good location... but next year I'm living in Willkie, the upperclassman dorm. I wanted to get an apartment off campus but a few of my friends backed out at the last minute. That wasn't cool :p But the dorms are alright... well, depending on which one you're in, really ;) There's a plethora of things to get involved with, and Bloomington itself is a nice little college town. My brother goes to Ohio State, and that's a big school right in the middle of a large urban city. But IU is a big school with a small-school atmosphere... B-Town is comforting in that, I guess. One thing I make sure I do every year is go to a few Broadway Series shows at the IU auditorium... this year I saw Grease, The Music Man, and Saturday Night Fever. It's really cool having something like that right on campus.

I'm gonna stop rambling now... if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask :p

(9 episodes? I normally would have said wow...except, last summer my brother got a hold of my season 1 DVDs and watched 13 episodes in a row, went to sleep, and watched the remaining 9 when he got up... so somebody's got you beat *g*)
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