We did our second and last play. I was not half as nervous today; and so managed to speak much louder and clearer and put in the wipe of brow and look at the crowd in the prologue, which I didn’t really do yesterday. Balthasar did great with her singing, and nothing went wrong with her microphone. All the other girls in the back hall (behind the stage, where everyone goes in between their scenes) looked at me really strangely when I sang along to “Hey Nonny Nonny”, although they were singing along their selves. Is there anything wrong with a boy singing?
So yeah, the play went really well; and I enjoyed the experience and are very proud of both myself and all the other actors in the production. I am a bit sad that it’s over though. It’s going to make Sunday’s feel really empty when I’m not rehearsing, and I won’t see some of the actos in the production until next year’s production; and the rest I won’t see for three weeks. Some of my home-ed friends came along to Friday’s performance. They are young and very shy and quiet, so I was very happy and proud to hear that they said they want to be actors when they’re older and they haven’t stopped talking about my play since