Cold Run || Quinntina
Turning away from the taller woman, Tina hurried over to the corner of the room where she had left her bag earlier. After rummaging for a minute, Tina finally produced the newly printed booklet of papers. Some of the edges had already been folded down into dog ears, and there was a definitive ring on the front from Tina’s morning coffee. “Okay, I marked the scenes that I feel will need the most work, but I’m happy to start where ever.” Tina smiled at Quinn, opening her script to the first page and sitting on one of the now vacated chairs from the earlier cast meeting. When Tina had first heard about the play, she was definitely a little skeptical. She was convinced that a man wouldn’t be able to write a convincing lesbian relationship, in fact, she was half expecting it to turn into girl-on-girl porn half way through. But the play turned out to be better than she could have imagined, and now the only problem would be trying to act out a convincing lesbian relationship with a woman who couldn’t have seemed less interested in her.
Can we start over? II Quinntina
Tina walked out of the church with her parents in silence as everyone else around them said their hellos. Everyone was particularly happy to see Tina up and about after her accident. Word had gotten out that it was an adult everyone knew that had attacked her but no one knew for sure that it was Emma. Shooting a quick text to Quinn to meet her at Breadstix for lunch, Tina kissed her parents goodbye and made her way on foot to the restaurant. She wasn’t sure why she had agreed to go. She was still very much mad at her but Artie’s words from their night together rang loudly in her head. It wouldn’t hurt to talk.
Stopping in front of the restaurant, Tina took a deep breath and walked inside, sending another text to Quinn. Tina sat down on one of the benches and waited. It was going to be a long day.
I told you to let me sing a solo at Regionals.
Now, look where it got us? We lost Regionals, and even though everybody did an amazing job, I think I would of lead us to the win. But, good job everybody, I think we did an amazing job and to be quite honest, this year wasn’t about winning or losing. It was all about finding myself and finding who I am. So, to The Warblers; I don’t care, I love it.
The amount of Red Bull's that I have drank this morning is unbelievable.
Shelby told us that Red Bull will keep us energized and it actually does. I need to keep energized for today’s audition and I cannot wait for it. I’ve been practicing my rendition of I Dreamed a Dream and I can honestly say, that I am incredibly nervous. This is big for me, because I can’t really accept rejection very well. Maybe this is my chance to finally let go all the confidence I’ve been holding in and it’s time to let it all out during my audition. My chance to become Fantine and a main for once.
This is what I’ve always been dreaming of, a chance to sing a solo and a chance to express the true Tina Cohen-Chang. I may have to change my song selections, maybe Celine Dion or West Side Story.