hey (: i really like your blog! i've been looking into different theatre programs around vancouver, and i was talking to this one actor on the set of a movie when i was doing background and he told me to go to studio 58. i didn't get to talk to him much but i've been looking on the website and i was wondering, is it true that you don't have any time for a part time job? and do you like it there? (: sorry for so many questions, you don't have to answer if you don't want.
Hey! Thanks, I like yours too!
It is so very true haha. Studio 58 has so many sayings that relate to the lack of social life you’ll be getting if you get accepted into the program. One for example would be: “say goodbye to your friends and family, because you won’t be seeing them till you graduate.” A day of school, for me, would be from 8:30am to usually around 11:30pm, depending on your crew call. It’s exhausting, but totally worth it.
I really do like it, it’s amazing. Definitely one of the best things to happen to me. Are you thinking of auditioning for the upcoming term? And it’s no problem, ask away! :)
My class was assigned for our joint acting class tomorrow that we had to, as a group, decide on a scenario in which all of us are people living in an apartment, and a problem occurs. What we decided on was that the apartment was cat-infested and we had to solve who owns the cat that started the sex train. But, the catch is: we have to play our opposites! Right off the bat, once we enter the room we need to commit to that character and make them real. And we have to go the whole way, do the whole shebang. Outfit, make-up, hair, mannerisms, posture, status level, the way you talk etc etc etc. I’ve made up my character to be Jelgina, the pretentious, egotistical, rude fashion designer. Wish Jelgina luck!