So whaddya (yes, "whaddya") all think of me starting my bio for the Cuckoo's Nest program like this?
"Although playing the deliciously slutty, vapid and loose Candy Starr wasn't much of a stretch for Sarah, she was glad to be typecast in her first Emerald City Show."
I could end like this:
"She would like to thank The Friar, The Pip and Martha for their love and support, and her boobs for their small but memorable part in the show."
KL has not told me just yet WHY I shouldn't just start my own theatre company, so I'm still going ahead with the idea. I'm not opposed to asking other theatre companies in the area to band together to put in more quality work (and I know I'm going to get flak for even saying half this stuff..."She thinks she's so great, blah, blah, blah..." "She thinks she's too good for what's already going on, yada, yada, yada." This is simply not true. Seriously. You should see my--so far--lackluster performance as Candy and know that I'm not always on top of my game. SO PLEASE STILL CAST ME, PEOPLE. I REALLY DO WANT TO BE IN YOUR SHOWS AND WILL DO MY BEST AND ALL THAT CRAP. Sheesh.) I just think there should be one theatre that does what I have in my head that my theatre would do. And geez, if it ended up being successful and it was my actual JOB, holy crap, that would be "living the dream", you know?
And I'm all for barreling through and stepping on people's heads and toes and feelings and morals and sometimes smashing in kneecaps to realize my own dreams.
Oh my word, did I just write that out loud?
I went a little DVD nuts this weekend and purchased Sense and Sensibility, the new Pride and Prejudice, Serenity and Big Fish. I'm going to have a movie night soon, and some of you are invited...
...you know who you are.
Okay, I'm done being a brat for the evening. Catch you later...cuz I'm that fast.