Daily Routines

I recently downloaded an app called Streaks. In it, you can list goals and activities you want to try to accomplish every day, and the app will keep track of how many days you do them, hence the streaks (in case anybody thought the app was about putting streaks in your hair). Before all the […]

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The Return of the Acting Aspie

It’s a little hard to believe that the last time I wrote a blog post was three years ago (it really isn’t, since I have a nasty habit of starting projects and then abandoning them, but that’s beside the point). Looking back on that time of my life, I’m a little in awe of how […]

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The Savage Forensicator

Story time! Now this has nothing to do with acting, however I’m sure you can find a parallel in there somewhere. So back in high school, I used to do something called Forensics. Now this is not, as most assume, the brand of science made popular by shows like CSI and NCIS where investigators use […]

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The Jewel Tone Mafia

This is a topic I’ve really, really wanted to write about for a long time. I finally got the inspiration (as well as the extremely clever term being used as a title) after talking to a fellow actress at the UPTAS who shared the same feelings I did. For those of who who may not […]

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Been a While

​I bet you all thought I was dead. Sadly for you, I’m still kicking around and have decided to stop being lazy and finally write something.  Now, I can’t remember the exact date that I last wrote a blog post (I know I could look it up, but I guess I haven’t completely kicked my […]

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Peeping Tom

​Story time. So the other day I was working at my job in times square (in the rain, fun). Now for this job, I have to be engaging, outgoing and fun, three states of being that I have never managed to attain at the same time (not taking into account the fact that i have […]

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Adventures in North Carolina

​I’m back! So, last weekend I went to the Outdoor Theatre Combined Auditions in North Carolina. Apart from having to wake up at 3am to make sure I got to the airport early in case something went wrong (I’m paranoid like that), I had a nice time and a good trip. My hotel room wasn’t […]

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Real Emotion

​EMOTIONS. It’s a big term, and not just because I put it in ALL CAPS. Whenever onstage, actors project emotions to portray their characters in order to make the audience believe and empathize with their characters. Emotions are such a huge part of acting, some acting studios/schools offer courses titled “emotional preparation” (when in fact they […]

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New Year, New Me

​Hope everyone had a great holiday! Honestly, today‘s not going to be a long or in depth post because I honestly don’t have that much to say this week. Today I’m simply going to partake in the tried and true tradition of making my New Years Resolution. Only this time I’m going to post it […]

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Queen of Quirk

​Whenever I did an acting workshop or lessom wherein the instructor advised me of my “type,” I got several answers. Powerful lawyer, no nonsense cop, Lady Macbeth (I wish), bunny boiling mom, etcetera. However, one adjective always came up and stayed with me: quirky. This word immediately conjured up images of actresses such as Zooey […]

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