|"Ghosts of Bedlam" AKA the play I get to slap someone else in the face.|
Oh my gosh!
It's been two weeks since I last blogged. And I have ALOT of catching up to do. Currently, I am in Edinburgh (pronounced Eden-bur-rah), Scotland and this is the highlight of my entire experience abroad so far. But since I have so much to write, I will split this week and last week into two posts and write last week's now.
|I cook tasty Mexican food. Jealous?|
Wednesday and Thursday, I performed my first play in the UK, "Ghosts of Bedlam," and I have to admit it went very well. I got to play the antagonist which I have never done before, so that was extremely fun. I slapped a character on stage and she aimed a punch at me. Stage combat is the best. My character, Rachel, roughed up Milly, Laura's character and that was fun as well. HA! The most fun came after the show was over. Dismantling the set was great. I felt like quite the little "Bob the builder" with my power drill and socket wrench. Until Scott let the two panelled flat fall over and pierce itself on the (thankfully unoccupied) ladder.
|LOOK. AT. THIS. Easter is my new favorite holiday.|
|She had a shamrock on her door. AND she's Irish. Perfection.|
This deserves it's own paragraph: Custard on apple pie. WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE?!
I apologize for my extremely brief post, but I am on a hostel computer and people are staring at me, waiting for a computer.
PS: I have discovered Dr. Who.