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This past weekend we made our halfway mark through summer staff training at Marmon Valley Farm. Over the weekend, we got to practice our skills with a camper group staying at the farm: Camp Hope.
I’ve been having an exciting this summer preparing for my role in Evolution Theatre Company’s modern day production of Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance. We have been working since mid-april and it opens tomorrow (!). Columbus has a vibrant theatre scene and I’m excited to perform with all of these talented actors.
So, its our last week as interns at the Logos Theatre. We have “final exams” on Wednesday – they measure how much we’ve learned in each category over the past year; tech, costuming, stage makeup, lighting, special effects, directing, etc. Along with the finals coming up, we also have reports due. Interns have three types [...]
So what goes on when you’re blocking a play with a close-knit bunch of interns, as opposed to a group of high schoolers, or a group of singers? In case you were wondering, here’s several pictures of the behind-the-scenes footage from blocking Our Town.
Yes, preparations are underway for our final performance of the year – Our Town. Its a well-known classic that can either be extremely boring or very funny, depending on the blocking and your sense of humor. The three act play portrays life in small town America at the beginning of the 20th century. At the [...]
Stardate – May 2nd, and I’m done with the first spring semester in Ohio State history. I’ve finally made it back to Houston, Texas for a couple of weeks before the best summer of my life starts so far. And I know you’re still wondering why my leaves of absences keep happening. But my sophomore year [...]
After weeks of shooting, editing, and losing sleep, the short film that Anthony and I made is finally done.
Finals are fast approaching! I still can’t believe that in just 1 week, I’ll have finished my freshman year of college. So, now summer will be here. In high school, summers were not as relaxing because I always had summer English homework. But I’m really looking forward to my first college summer. I’ll be in [...]
Hi, remember me? I’m still alive, but it’s been a while. You could say that I’ve been in transit … just always running somewhere. I could fill up an entire blog entry about all the awesome stuff I’ve been doing this semester, but it would end up just being a list (and those are pretty boring…) In [...]
Ever try to imagine what it would be like to live a day in the life of Ohio State football hero and Columbus’ Christ-figure, Urban Meyer? Well, I did, and I think that day would look something like this:
So if you are following Anthony’s blog or follow either of us on twitter (@michael_faga or @awindsorii) you will know we are making a short film. And it’s epic.
I KNOW you remember this from my blog last year: And I know you remember you were pretty upset that you missed this kind of humor in action. Well not this year! Because you are cordially invited to the 8th Annual OSU Divalicious Drag Show!
Monthly Roundup = a series of short accounts of what’s been happening to me in March. My father does weekly roundups all the time for his blog, and honestly, March has been too haphazard for any semblance of cohesion.
What’s great about Ohio State is that if you have an idea, it really can become something tangible and truly incredible. I had heard about the 2013 documentary, A Place at the Table, which talks about hunger in the United States. I saw buzz about it through Twitter and Facebook.
Its been a crazy past three weeks. My team of eight Logos Theatre personnel went out with our performance The Basket of Flowers to three different schools in three different states, spending a week at each teaching a seminar.
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