I struck-out again in the Gatsby Dress Search. I didn't really think this nude number would work, but I wasn't expecting it to look quite like a glitzy potato sack (which it did).
|Look at The One That Got Away - teasing me back there.|
Luckily, that's not my only option. 1920s silhouettes definitely focus on long, straight lines, but I'm leaning toward something with a boxy top and a sleek skirt.
Who wants to look like Daisy, anyway? (Spoiler alert: she's not the nicest.)
Yesterday I started rehearsals for a children's show with Georgia Ensemble Theatre. It's called And Then They Came for Me, and it's a delightful little ditty about the Holocaust. I play Anne Frank - every little Jewish girl's dream.
I'm the only person in the cast who's new to the show - everyone else has toured with it at least one year. Rehearsals move really quickly when everyone already knows the blocking.Blocking is usually my least favorite part of any rehearsal process; it can be so tedious. Since I'm the only one who has to learn anything, we're speeding straight through the show.
Final thought for the day: last night, we went out for a friend's birthday and I sang "Part of Your World" for karaoke.