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After much debate over the past couple months  I decided which show I am auditioning for in the spring. As you recall from a previous entry  I was deciding between Company with Stagecoach Productions.Curtains  with Actorsingers  and Meet Me In St Louis with Amherst PTA.    While I had a good experience with auditioning for Stagecoach and Actorsingers for thier fall productions  and  I definitley plan on auditioning for them again next fall  I didn’t see any roles that particulary stood out to me in  Curtains or Company.  Also  I feel  that in order to be ready for bigger roles in the future I need to  perfect my acting and  I think the PTA plays will help me with that, I will audition for Actorsingers in the fall definitely…not sure about Stagecoach yet it will depend on the show and how busy I will be with stuff for Princess  K.I.M..

Tonight was the Nashua Holiday Stroll.  That is something I always look foward to every year. This was my fourth year going. The last performance we went to was  a concert at the Methodst Church   by Actorsingers. What a wonderful  mix of showtunes and holiday songs.  I really  enjoyed it a lot.  Last week  I went to see 12 Angry Jurors at Souhegan with Sonya.  It was  a very interesting and thoughtprovoking show.  It kept you guessing weather or not Juror #12 was going to  vote guilty or non guilty. Great job to the cast.  I am so  excited that Souhegan is  doing Grease for thier musical this year.. that has always been one of my  favorites!!



Posted November 25, 2012 by theatretechdiva in Actorsingers, Amherst PTA, Uncategorized

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