I hate exams.
I hate taking them and I hate studying for them.
I hate talking about them and hearing other people talking about them.
I hate how everyone obsesses over them and I don't give a flying fuck.
I am a very angry person.
So I've done/am doing three consecutive shows. Big River ended less than a month ago, a week later I started going to Alice in Wonderland Jr. rehearsals as a stage hand/ninja. That just ended Sunday and then, that same Sunday, I started rehearsals for the annual One Acts Festivals. (And then comes The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee...) The upside is that I'm getting paid for doing tech work
My latest obsession:
AMERICAN IDIOT THE FUCKIN' MUSICAL. It's amazing. I'm not even kidding, I liked it more than Avenue Q, Jesus Christ Superstar, and The Lion King (and yes, I have seen all those musicals). If you ever go to New York City and have the chance, either reserve tickets or hit up the TKTS booth, I got a Sunday Matinee ticket for $30, but they'll probably be selling out quicker and be more expensive because....
Billie Joe Armstrong has joined the cast! He's on Broadway as St. Jimmy between January 1 and sometime mid-Febuary. Of course, he was on break the weekend I went (just my luck, eh?) so I didn't get to see him. Which can
Bah, I need to get that other journal off my page.
For any cosplayers reading this that are in college; how do you go to cons/cosplay at cons when in college? I know that I won't be able to drag my costumes and wigs along with me, and I probably won't be able to drive to my house every con just to get them. I've been wondering how you all handle that.
Speaking of college, I got accepted into my first choice university already. I only applied to two schools (I've checked out tons though...) and now that I've already been accepted to where I want to go (I've also been accepted into my major already!) I don't really feel the need to apply to m