...of my eight-week Master Scene Study class came and went on Monday night with a total bang and nary a whimper in sight. The incredible Michael Patrick Thornton was our guest director and he was terrific with the scenes and with us actors and gave so much food for thought and clearly spoke, as did all of the guest directors, from a place of passion and from his heart and soul. I am thrilled that I was a part of this class. It was amazingly challenging and exhilarating and fun and edge-of-your-seat exciting and insightful and inspiring. And so many other words that escape me right now. And as thrilled as I am to have taken it, I'm happy it's done. If you're an obsessive person like I am when you're in a show or in the midst of your passion, it's all-consuming, and for eight weeks, all I could think of were my scenes and my objectives and relationships and lines and and and. So this experience filled me up to overflowing and now I need to just digest it all and r-e-l-a-x....until I can't and need more filling of the well. Actually, now I need to be in a show. Anyone? Anyone?
Enjoy some spring. The frogs are my aunt and uncle's way of making the Passover plague of frogs fun -- as is the entire evening spent with family and friends and love :-)