Saturday, May 30, 2009
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Well I did it guys. I called out for the very first time tonight at intermission. Ugh this terrible cold thingy is floating around our cast and I just feel like crap. It is a weird feeling, I'll have to say, sitting here in my hotel room knowing that the show is still going on...they are probably at Whispering now haha. Anyway, I'm feeling a bit better now, just laying in my bed. So right when I got here, I clicked on my TV and So You Think You Can Dance was on! Yay! I looove this show. Every time I watch it, it inspires me to be a better dancer and makes me wanna jump up and throw on my leotard and foot thongs and do some leaps lol. I thought I would share with you guys my all time favorite dance I have ever seen on that show. It is from last season, Kate and Joshua dancing to "No Air". The story behind the dance is that these two are a couple, and he has just been drafted. I cannot stop watching it. It is so beautifully danced and acted. If you haven't seen it, watch it. Incredible!
Monday, May 18, 2009
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
If you haven't been to Cambridge, MA home of the smarties at Harvard University, I highly recommend it. What a cool area! So me, Ben, Claire, and Steffi took a trip to Harvard last week because our one and only had to pick up his information packet and some stuff for his Freshman year there next year. It is such a beautiful campus. We walked around for a bit and it was so green and the buildings were so pretty. I love brick buildings for some reason, something about them seems so elegant and antique. I felt like I was getting the inside scoop about the school cause I never thought I would. I also realized how proud I am of Benjamin Moss. He has so much going for him as a person, and a brilliant musician. I feel so inspired each time I hear one of his brilliant compositions or when he plays dangerously difficult music on the piano. That boy is going to do so many wonderful things in his life.
So, loving Boston so far times a million! I had so much fun last week and I love performing in the Colonial. But I will ask this, I think everyone who reads this that lives in the Boston area should tell more of their friends and people about our show! We haven't quite been filling the house, and it would be great if we could attract more people to come! So do it. Ready? GO! haha anyway, last week I was on the radio with Chase. We sang Sadness/Blue wind on 88.9 Emerson Radio I believe. They have this musical theatre time slot on Saturdays which is super cool. It would definitely be my favorite time to listen to the radio if I lived here. We had lots of fun singing on there, we got to wear the fancy headphones, and sing into these huge mics in a sound studio.