Monday, February 28, 2011

Daily Confession: I was the Coochi-Snorcher.

I have never liked speaking in front of large crowds. But my RA my second year was the director of a play, The Vagina Monologues, and asked me to please audition. I had no intention to try out... Then my best friend dared me to. Not one to refuse a dare I auditioned AND got the part! 
It was such a growing experience and I ended up loving the women involved with the show and having a chance to shine. 
My parents came and watched the show along with the rest of my family and some close family friends. And, of course, my dear J was there. 
*Funny note: J and I had just started dating when this was all going down and I can't tell you how embarrassed I was to tell him that I was going to be acting in The Vagina Monologues, but he was so proud of me and he went to two of the shows to help calm my nerves! 


Sunny said... Best Blogger Tips

I actually spent 3 years involved with The Vagina Monologues at Syracuse year I acted in it, one year I fund-raised for it and my senior year I directed it. It's an amazing experience to both be in and to watch!

Amber M said... Best Blogger Tips


It was such a rewarding experience and I learned so much from all of the women (we had no men on cast the year I acted) that were also involved in the show. Not only that, but I learned a lot about myself and knowing that I can overcome my shyness.

Luke{and}Dana said... Best Blogger Tips

A chef, a blogger, a baker, a creative genius AND an actress!! You are incredible!!