Heeeelllooo Christina, glad you're back hun Oooh that's very cool about being a drama teacher Jen, mine is rather incompetant-spends most of the time just telling us to 'make up some dramas for me to see' and then goes on the internet Still we just did The Merchant of Venice which was great. *Hugs for Fran bout her nasty rehearsals* xxxxxxxxxxxxx
I am orignally from Yorkshire, but I haven't lived there for years. I have not taught 'Top Girls' as I am still training at the moment,- we were going to teach it at my school but for some reason it is very unpopular, although I find it quite interesting, i have studied it a couple of times, and seen it at the theare so if you have any questions - I might be able to help you Sorry to hear your drama teacher is crap Aprilly, i remember mine was too, we didn't study one play!
Post by QueenOfTheDance on Nov 7, 2004 7:14:46 GMT 9.5
Fabulous, yes i love it too! I think it's very powerful and absolutely fascinating, especially the dinner party in Act One. Prob won't need to ask any questions as we've had everything banged in to our head by the director!! Even down to 'why each character orders the food that they order'...madness.
I have to do a Yorkshire accent in 'The Secret Garden' which i'm doing next. Ooh and Moogie lives in Yorkshire!
Loving the drunk texts last night Lisa btw! Have no credit AGAIN, so don't worry wasn't ignoring you! Well done honey on your triumphant Portia!
Aaaww but you know I think that sober too darlin tends to gush out of me though when I'm drunk I'm sure you'll be fabulous with the accent, you need to practice on me the next time we speak on the phone ! xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Post by Christina1981 on Nov 7, 2004 9:10:26 GMT 9.5
I remember doing the Merchant of Venice in my English class............what are you using for the pound of flesh?? Hehehehe............My favourite play of Shakespeare's is still A Comedy of Errors, hehehe....... ;D
Post by MissyRichardson on Nov 9, 2004 14:51:10 GMT 9.5
Go for it, chica!!!! ;D ;D ;D....... WE REALLY MISSED YOU!!!!
****Well you just have to blame my big sister Miranda. *sigh* She keeps me hopping every hour of every day, running her errands, buying her groceries (I know what she eats now! ;D ) , hemming her dresses, making/cancelling her appointments.
*Whew* It's exhausting. Cerberus was never this busy. sigh??? I think that's my Diet Pepsi talking
Post by Christina1981 on Nov 9, 2004 15:07:38 GMT 9.5
Mmmmmmm.......yummy, Diet Pepsi...........my mum would NEVER approve.......hehehehe.......she thinks diet soda will give me cancer.......mwahahahaha.......so I drink it sometimes in front of her, hehehehe.........I don't usually drink soda, but I LOVE diet........yummy........anyhow............I suppose Sarah hasn't returned your letter??