Grease was the word at my school towards the end of August as it was my school’s production week for 2017. I really don’t think there is anything better than the week leading up to, and the week of a show you’re performing in. Everything about bringing this year’s show together was different for me, it definitely had its ups and downs but in the … Continue reading Grease is the Word
This week I bring musical theatre back to my blog which I think will become more and more frequent. This week I do the “Musical Theatre Tag.” I have gained inspiration from justamusicalgal, with of course my own twist. Plays or musicals? I have to say musicals by far because they have so much music, it’s what makes a performance for me personally. It’s still … Continue reading Musical Theatre Tag
Musical Theatre is a very big part of my life, it’s something I do in my spare time that I enjoy more than anything. For those who don’t know, when you perform in musicals, you usually go through a routine on show day to prepare. It’s not as easy as showing up five minutes before curtain and walking on stage. This week I share with … Continue reading My Opening Night Routine
It’s the middle of winter here in Australia, for those who don’t know, and we have had some extraordinarily cold days. I don’t know many people who enjoy winter and no wonder. We spend a good part of the three months shivering all day and night. It is not quite what you would call enjoyable, but I have a few things that make it a … Continue reading Winter Novelties
I have been unbelievably busy throughout the last couple of weeks so it’s nice to sit down and have a break while writing this. During the last two weekends, I have performed in my town production of ‘PIRATES!’ which has been lots of fun. It has meant I’ve been fairly busy, with rehearsals and shows running until midnight, leaving me very tired. I have managed … Continue reading My Piratical Family
School is a big part of a young person’s life, attending school for 13 years, starting from when they are just five or six years old. It’s a second home for most students, spending at least six hours in the care of teachers each weekday. A lot of knowledge is learnt at school in all different subjects, counting in maths, writing in English, playing instruments … Continue reading DREAM BIG…WORK HARD!