Showcase

A weight is lifted! Yesterday was our showcase. I have been off on my own doing voice lessons since the spring, and this fall Julie and I went on our own to teach a musical theatre class for adults with disabilities. Weeks and weeks of planning had gone in to this showcase. All of my […]

Annie

Hard to believe it’s over. With Mike and Sophie by my side and a fantastic cast and crew, Grace Farrell is my favorite role on my resume. I’ve met some really hilarious and wonderful people and have developed deeper relationships with some people I already knew. Also, I got to watch my Lilly be a […]

My Time To Shine

We just closed Wizard of Oz (YPE), and what an amazing show it was! We had a performer be the tornado, we had two Dorothys, we had a female Wizard of Oz, and I can guarantee that it was one of the most hilarious performances of Wizard of Oz ever! We like to keep our […]

Power Walking

It’s been a year! That’s a song… Oh my, it’s been far too long since I’ve written a blog post. Things have been weird for me in the last year, and I am not one to announce things without 100% certainty. Even then… I’m an introvert. I suppose an update is way past due. Going […]

Sweet Relief

I’ve been working full-time at the law firm for just over two years and for the last year and a half I have been working two to three additional jobs. This was no easy task, but I refuse to be a starving artist and I refuse to throw my dreams away for the sake of […]

Show Choir

Show choir is officially over, and, as with most of my projects, it leaves me feeling bittersweet. Bitter because I grow to love the people I’m working with, I become comfortable with the routine of the project, and I am happy to see the fruits of my labor, and now it’s all over. Sweet because […]

Change in Seasons

Seussical is over, My Time To Shine is over, and summer is over. I’m done music directing shows until the new year, so my next animal is show choir. The process started off a little rocky – I don’t have too much experience with high school ages (and let’s face it, high school girls are […]