I think very few people ever actually feel like proper grown-ups. The closest most people manage are brief moments of feeling like a real-life adult. Mine usually happen when I manage to drive somewhere on my own for the first time without getting lost. Or when I do very sensible grocery shopping and don’t give in to every bargain or packet of biscuits that I come across. But most of the time I’m faking it with the best of them. I’ll pretend to be a responsible member of society but I’m still filling my basket with half-price Jaffa Cakes and taking the bus so there’s no risk I’ll have to parallel park. Essentially I am 30 years old and still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up.
I would like it to involve theatre. I know that much at least. I’ve spent the last few years studying theatre, in and out of college. It’s what I like and what I blog about. This blog is about theatre I’m making, or more often things I’ve seen and liked. I sometimes write about acting classes, volunteering opportunities and other ways to get involved in theatre.
I don’t have anything to plug yet, so I’m writing about the things I like and am passionate about.
I blog because I like added my voice to the chattering masses. I like to crave out this little corner of the web for myself because I want to join the conversation. Feel free to talk back!