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Friday, May 1, 2009

My 1st Performance!!


Last Night I had my first Performance in front of an audience in my Improv class. It was a little intimidating, but I did fairly well. Jef (the teacher) told us we should go out and meet and mingle with our audience....I must admit I was nervous about that. But I turned on the charm and began to mingle.. I did very well ~ I visited with some of the men in the audience and got them on my side...cheering for me! When I entered the stage and introduced myself they cheered loudly for me. I didn't have any family or friends there, so it was nice to feel like someone was there to see me!
I participated in many of the Improv Games~ sometimes not fully understanding them, but did my best. We played a game where the other actors started a scene as Aliens in Human form. So I entered as a "not real bright" alien who didn't really blend in and obviously could not speek the English Language. I tried to push myself with Characters and tried not to "just be myself" on stage.
I am learning that there is a game and in each scene we must find the "game" and play on it. That is more difficult than it seems. I understand most of the concepts I am being taught~applying them well takes practice. I have 9 more classes which include 3 more performances....I am hopeful that I will improve immensely and be able to bring what I have learned back to Blackfoot and teach it to the Kids in the CBTA's summer workshop~
*If you want more information on the summer workshop I will be teaching at call 208-785-0687

2 comments:

Alysia Cook said...

Way to go, Idaho. I am totally calling about the summer workshop. Love ya!!!

Somer Love said...

Awesome job! I can totally picture you...

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