The [title of show] twitter tweeted about our production tonight!
Come see us perform these next two weekends. :) 

The [title of show] twitter tweeted about our production tonight!

Come see us perform these next two weekends. :) 

TITLE OF SHOW OPENS TOMORROW. TITLE OF SHOW OPENS TOMORROW.
COME SEE ME IT
(I perform April 11th, 13th, and 18th!)

TITLE OF SHOW OPENS TOMORROW. TITLE OF SHOW OPENS TOMORROW.

COME SEE ME IT

(I perform April 11th, 13th, and 18th!)

Stories from my Senior Year Spring Break

I saw the campus begin to bloom.
I visited a best friend from home and saw the Boston skyline from the roof of an MIT building.
I moved into the theatre with [title of show] which opens in a week.

The campus began to blossom today. I’m so glad I got to be here to witness it one more time.
This picture from 2012.
This picture from 2011.

The campus began to blossom today. I’m so glad I got to be here to witness it one more time.

This picture from 2012.

This picture from 2011.

Spring Break

I spent my first spring break of college on campus, working on a show. I find it appropriate that I’ll be spending my last one on campus, too. 

I would’ve liked to have done something more senior-y for break, but I didn’t plan anything early enough. I’ll be here, until the second weekend I finally visit a friend from home up at MIT (we’ve been meaning to for the past four years, haha). And then when everyone comes back, it’ll be straight through until graduation. Two months. That’s what we’ve got left.

But for now: I have a relaxing Spring Break ahead of me. 

Okay the library media center is great for borrowing movies for a weekend (they’ve got pretty much every movie you could ever want to watch) but there has been a serious oversight by UD librarians because they don’t have DVDs for the classic show That’s So Raven. 
Why, UD?

Okay the library media center is great for borrowing movies for a weekend (they’ve got pretty much every movie you could ever want to watch) but there has been a serious oversight by UD librarians because they don’t have DVDs for the classic show That’s So Raven. 

Why, UD?

Last Thursday I and an Anth major friend of mine went to see the Vagina Monologues on campus! Our V-Day chapter puts it on every year and I’ve been able to go all but one time. I’m glad I got to go once more this year. If you’ve never seen in, make sure you do once you’re in/while you’re in college. I think it’s essential life experience. 
(ps. that is a shirt with a lamb that says “sexism is bahhhhhhd” and was designed by my former roommate who I got to see in the Monologues twice)

Last Thursday I and an Anth major friend of mine went to see the Vagina Monologues on campus! Our V-Day chapter puts it on every year and I’ve been able to go all but one time. I’m glad I got to go once more this year. If you’ve never seen in, make sure you do once you’re in/while you’re in college. I think it’s essential life experience. 

(ps. that is a shirt with a lamb that says “sexism is bahhhhhhd” and was designed by my former roommate who I got to see in the Monologues twice)

Three things I learned about today:

- The Rule of Thirds in photography.
- The first of the Four Noble Truths in Buddhism is that of DUKKHA, that suffering in life is inevitable.
- There is significant evidence for an evolutionarily-selected advantage to morning sickness.

Moving Along

This semester is moving right along, and it hardly seems like it. Only two weeks until Spring Break, which is basically the halfway point. We just had a photo shoot for [title of show] posters today. We only have twelve more rehearsal days until we open in April… And I just had a meal with friends celebrating the fact that I finished a very rough draft of my thesis this week!

So things are moving along. I’m trying to figure out plans for my last spring break, if I want to do anything special for it, but other than that, things are just moving along normally. Rehearsal, class, work. And some thinking about the future sprinkled in for good measure.

Two days ago I had my first outdoor run of the Spring. It’s finally getting warm. Spring is coming!!! (Even though it seems really late this year.)
(One of the things I’ve always liked about this school is the great running opportunities around campus. It’s kept me sane the past four years.)

Two days ago I had my first outdoor run of the Spring. It’s finally getting warm. Spring is coming!!! (Even though it seems really late this year.)

(One of the things I’ve always liked about this school is the great running opportunities around campus. It’s kept me sane the past four years.)

Have I got a story for you.

WARNING: This video is super weird. Don’t be alarmed if it doesn’t make any sense.

So. Today I got roped into the performance of a John Cage piece without knowing what was about it happen. What you see is a clip from “Musicircus,” one of John Cage’s performance pieces which, as you can see, resembles a circus more than it does a concert. I was one of twelve men walking around the orchestra hall reading excerpts from Thoreau’s Walden. This kind of thing (a. this performance piece and b. getting roped into it less than an hour before it happens) only happens on a college campus. And even then, rarely. 

I just. This was such a crazy, cool, and fun[ny] experience. One of those vivid moments in life I never would have seen coming (and maybe wouldn’t have planned, haha). This is what I mean by “Catching Sunrise.” The things I end up doing here on campus, I never could have predicted.

Weeks With Snow Days Are Weird

We had a snow on Monday, which was great (last time we had one, it was on a Thursday, but I already don’t have classes on Tues/Thu…). But also, it’s March

I want spring really badly. I don’t think it’s taken this long for the snow to stop any other year I’ve been here.

Get on it Delaware.

100 Days to Graduation Countdown

So… apparently there are less than 100 days until graduation?