Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Today's class was fun, but it was kind of a struggle for me. I knew right away the first exercise would be a struggle because when we were talking about what our group would do, I was supposed to be married to Carbone and I'm pretty sure Dave's now the designated gay kid (sorry, Dave :( ) Then once we actually got onstage, I knew we were kind of off the goal of the assignment and more focused on the conversation which was tough on its own because I couldn't keep from laughing. There's definitely something to be said about the difference between on-the-spot improv and an actual script to go off of.

again in class...

again in class we did the swoosh game. it was cool, but it gets old after awhile. i like the listening game better. i did enjoy the eating with a group on stage though, it reminds me of convo and people eating at convo. it was a good day.
I am a very fortunate soul to work at the job that I have here on campus. I work in the admission's office here at AU and other than the fact that I am allowed to get a lot of my schoolwork done while working with hott babes, I also get to work with a very diversified group of people. On Tuesday and Thursday I work with a very fun and gorgeous group of woman whom I have a lot of fun with....one said girl is really sweet and all she does is look at wedding magazines, talk about wedding stuff, plan out her wedding, look at wedding rings, and I can go on and on.....But I'm not berating her or coming on here to complain about her interests. I just wanted to say that it is very nice and almost encouraging to see young people in this day and age so in love....I will say it is somewhat depressing for myself, especially now that I am right in that age range where EVERYBODY I know is getting married....I can't complain too much though because I really think I have cut myself off relationship wise just because I know I won't be around this area once I graduate and why not save the pain for a breakup and just not worry about a g.f. or anything right now....Actually, I am quite content with my PS2 and my fishing gear, plus I have no money anyways!


So I went to see the opening of Expecting Isabel Saturday night. It was quite an experience. Now I understand the no props thing. There was so many scene changes that props in that small of a theater would have been impossible. I thought the acting was very good, but the jury is still out on whether I liked it being done without props.

I made the presumption that the actors would be doing a MUCH better job of it than we do in class, but they were only slightly better. I guess that goes to show just how incredibly difficult acting with nothing really is.

I comend all of them for a job well done!

Class this week

Wel this week in class im hopeing that we can eventually be able to talk while acting. Perhaps even be able to throw our hands up in the air and say yea. Perhaps as a popular quaterback walks by. I was really looking forward to talking more during our acting procedures because than I owuld really feel like we're improving with what we are doing. Plus i cant wait to see anthony. I always liked the circus as a child and he takes me back to the simpler times in life.

best weekend ever

The Indians are going to the ALCS. My flag football team won our first tournament game. I won my fantasy football game this weekend. The Ohio State Buckeyes and Tennessee Titans also won. I feel like a winner.