Confessions of a
n old, mature, 20-somethin' (at least for a little while longer!) Drama Queen.
(Can blog entry titles be this long? Should it be allowed?)
Do you remember how I went completely batty with spring (hay) fever and thus managed to get myself cast in a summer theatre production?
Well, if you don't remember or didn't know, I did and ... alas, I did.
Despite the fact that I've no talent for acting and no memory for remembering lines (which, I've discovered much to my dismay, is a crucial and mandatory skill for actors (even for amateur actors like me!) to possess!); and despite a brief encounter with a rodent, I've been having - dare I even write it? - fun.
Well, "fun" in a nerve-wracking sort of way.
And a few frenzied and unexpected events surrounding the production occurred this past week.
But that's not what I want to write about right now. (Sorry. Promise to eventually disclose all the gory details.)
Instead, ladies and gents, be "treated" to the mock-worthiness of my hastily written actor's bio for the program. It's already overdue, so don't tell me that you hate it, please. Too late!
"After a lifetime of being called a drama queen by family and friends in her native South Africa, and despite her fragile nerves, Redsaid decided to brave the local audition circuit. Much to her surprise, it led to a one-night engagement in an obscure dinner theatre production and an eight month performance stint in an educational production at a museum. She thanks Al, Peg, Dan, and Joe for the opportunity; her cast mates for the laughs and support and the boy for his patience and great coffee."
And in the process of writing that, Redsaid has also discovered how odd it is to refer to herself in the third person.
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