Hey guys! I know it has been too long sense I have written a blog post. I threw myself into my school work. However Spring break is right around the corner and I plan on posting a lot during my time off so don't worry the page isn't going anywhere. Speaking of school by now everyone knows that I have been taking an Intro to Play Writing class. The class has been a complete blast. I have so many fun memories I will be taking away from this quarter. One of the requirements of the class is to write a 10 minute play, cast it direct it and then present it to the public. I am super excited to tell you all that tonight I will be presenting my 10 minute play "The Circle" like I said I am super excited but I am also a little nervous.
This is my first official original concept play I have written and directed. In the 8th grade a hand full of people in my acting class *myself included* were chosen to write, direct, and star in our own play instead of having to do book work for the semester. We choice to do a reboot of Romeo and Juliet *how original right?* The story was done a little more modern as we had a skater fall in love with a cheerleader. It was vert relatable haha but it's an fun experience that I will never forget.
"The Circle" Is a story about witchcraft, family legacy's and secrets, with a potential wedding on the side.
It's Joycelyn's wedding day. She is marring the man of her dreams and making history by joining the two most powerful families in the history of castors, But what happens when Thayer lets a secret about the future of the circles slip just hours before their wedding? Is he really plotting something with Joycelyn's mother Ruby? Or is Ruby just using Thayer as a pon in her own selfish game of life?