2015 One Act Festival Wrap-up

I finished up my latest show this past weekend! It was a lot of fun and the two months of hard work really paid off! One of the playwrights came to the Friday show and enjoyed seeing her work performed!

Besides acting in one of the six One Acts, I also made my directorial debut! It was a different challenge to interpret the playwright’s words and bring the story to life! I was honored to work with two very talented actors as they made my life really easy. Together, we were able to give life to a wonderful script!

If you are interested, here are some photographs from five of the six acts. These were taken one night during tech week. Unfortunately, there are not photographs from the show I directed as the actress was sick that night. But, there are pictures from the show I was in! Feel free to check them out! I am in “Survival Strategy” written by Donna Hoke, which is slides three through fourteen!

Thanks to Stephen Rummel for taking the photographs!

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10 thoughts on “2015 One Act Festival Wrap-up

  1. Nice photos. From the pics I am able to glean your ease at acting and the enjoyment factor. Congratulations on finishing and wrapping up this play. I’m sure you are very satisfied with the way the play went.

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    • Thanks! I recognize I am still in the beginning stages and am always looking to learn and improve! I’m getting better each time and having fun!

      I always thought the difficult part and challenge of being a great actor is learning the lines but it isn’t. The real challenge is interpreting what the story is about, developing your character, working on your delivery, and the chemistry between the actors.

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  2. I’m so glad that it all went well! And that you are happy with the outcome. And congratulations on your directing debut! That must have been so fulfilling and is incredible awesome!

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    • Thank you! Yes, it was a lot of fun and a lot of work! It definitely helped me to see the production from that aspect and gave me a new appreciation for that role.

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