Okay so I

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Okay so I

Okay so I am super excited because last night was the second preformance of The Jungle Book that I have done. Our school did The Jungle Book for theater this year and I had a role, a speaking role! In the beginning they wanted to start with two parrots telling bad jokes. They only had one parrot so on Monday they officially made me one. I told four jokes and then flew offstage but it was really exciting! What kinds of roles has everyone else played?

submitted by Katie, age excited!, The Jungle Book
(March 30, 2014 - 12:55 pm)

That sounds fun and bravo! For me, I have been

-An ensemble member in a musical we did over the summer that had songs from other musicals. A revue, you could call it. I had one line for the audtitons scene "The hills are alive!" I got plenty of laughs from it, and the musical was about a middle school musical!

-A gingerbread cookie in "Hansel and Gretel". That play was very fun!

-An ensemble member in "Huckleberry Finn", a musical. I got to partner dance with one of my crushes, so I was pretty happy. I got to be in a scene were the leads put on a crappy show. My best friend (who was on here once as Fluffeh Bunneh) and I held up stone pieces and pushed them down, making it look like a mess. The lead had to dress like a girl, he had to wear a wig for that scene! I also has a singing line in a song about how confusing boys are and it was "Set down to supper, they eat like hogs!"

-A froglet/ Jay Bird/ Turkey/ Grace/ Blizzard scene chorus member in "Honk! Jr." over last summer.. I was not orginally Grace, the duck queen, but became it when the orignal person had another role with Grace in that scene. There were only about 7 actors, and we were all girls. Mel says Jay Bird, the annoying reporter, is the perfect role for me.

-Panthino in "A Forty-Minute Verison of Two Gentlemen of Verona". Ugh, this play is a mess. It was supposed to be performed in January, but it is not going to be until April 10th and 11th. Long story about the horribleness of it. But, I have the best line in the whole play that everybody agrees on. "Away (the other word for butt and donkey)!" We are not going to have a musical this year. My friends and I are very mad. The 8th graders who are amazing singers are too.

submitted by ~Blue Fairy~, age 13, Neverland
(March 30, 2014 - 3:05 pm)