actress Jane Asher, who plays the character of Annie in the British
film ‘Alfie’ pictured on set in London in 1965. (Photo by Rolls
Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)Credit: Rolls Press/Popperfoto / contributor
I didn’t write this quote but it really resonated with me. I’m in the middle of a big life transition it seems, everything is constantly changing and it can be a bit stressful, especially the unknown. So when I saw this I felt like I had an ounce of control, even though none of really do. But if you have a dream, you have to work hard to make it come true. It’s not just going to appear at your feet. Live and breathe your passion and your dreams will come true.
OH MY OZNESS! JGH from workshop. And yun nga ang piyesa namin ay Wicked the Musical. Yung totoo gusto ko rin talaga maging main cast pero sa tingin ko kasi may mas magaling at deserving dun but still I’m proud na magaling yung Elphaba and Glinda namin. Proud ako sa kanila kasi mga kaclose ko yung mga yun. OH MY OZNESS! One short day in the Emerald city. LSS :)
In the spring, the Wilma will stage back-to-back productions of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Tom Stoppard’s now classic behind-the-scenes comedy Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,
both directed by Wilma Artistic Director Blanka Zizka and using
essentially the same cast for both productions. The title character in
Shakespeare’s tragedy will be played by the powerful actress Zainab Jah,
who appeared as Prudence in last season’s production of The Convert.
Prudence (Zainab Jah) enjoying a pipe and cup of tea at Chilford’s house
in the world premiere production of The Convert by Danai Gurira,
directed by Emily Mann
The Wilma is excited to produce what many believe to be the greatest
play written by Shakespeare, and many others consider the greatest play
written in the English language. The fight for the throne of Denmark,
quest for moral righteousness, and complexities of vengeance within a
21st century context will be reexamined on our stage.
Marlon Brando was in an acting class that was told to act like chickens and that a nuclear bomb was about to fall on them. Most of the class clucked wildly, but Brando sat calmly and pretended to lay an egg. When Stella Adler asked why he said, “I’m a chicken, What do I know about bombs?”
As you can probably see from the image! I am now on Patreon! If you guys a re a fan of my voice and sound design work you should come and check out what I have for my patrons as special rewards (and my oh so funny and clever milestone goal titles)!
You guys can suggest audios for me to do!
AND ILL BE DOING VIDEOS AND LIVESTREAMS! BIG THINGS!