so as it turns out, i actually went to juilliard.
i studied theatre.
i planned to be an actor.
you know what they say about the best laid plans...
i stepped away from acting just over a year ago with every intention of returning. but somewhere along the way i began to wonder if i ever would return--if i wanted to.
and because i found fulfillment in other things i started to think perhaps it was best to just move on.
but every once and a while, i miss it.
this is all to say i'm heading to utah this summer to work through these questions in a new way.
i'll be playing juliet in a production of romeo and juliet.
i know you all are going to be wonderfully supportive. but before sharing this, i had to make sure that stripped of anyone's support other than my own, i'd be okay.
and i think i will be.
so there you have it.
three months in utah to figure out if i want to act.
and let me add, before coming to see me in romeo and juliet (and you will, no?) you must check out the production of much ado about nothing. it's outside, absolutely free, 80 minutes long, and you can bring your own picnic...
check out the blog.