Friday, May 29, 2009
It’s been so long since I post useful things on my blog. Life is a stage. I think you can guess from the title of this post. When performing a play, unexpected things always happened when you least expected. You could probably stutter in the middle, fall flat on your face, or even forget the whole thing. And another thing, there’s always going to be an antagonistic character you will have to face. But in real life, there are a lot of antagonistic people on your stage. People will always want to conquer your stage even thou they have their own. So, what I always tell my friend is, don’t always be too nice to people, sometimes they going to stab you in the back when you weren’t looking. So, beware. For me, I’m always nice to people in the beginning. Then when I see their true colours, I will know how to act. So, if you think that by always being nice to people, they will react the same way, well think again. And when you stutter in the middle, think of something. Make something up. Don’t just give up on it. When you fail on something, its not the end of the world. Lastly, falling flat on your face. When this happen, don’t think that you’re gonna die just because you fall. There’s a lot more opportunity out there. What you have to do is, grab it. Those person who laughs at you when you fall, are going to regret ever laughing at you once you’ve succeeded. So, since it’s your stage, you are the actor and you are also the director. So plan it well, may you live well!
Friday, May 15, 2009
Yesterday my school was the host for the Drama Competition. And of course our school had a drama team for it and I’m part of it. We started practicing like 2 weeks ago I think, but overall I think we’ve done our best and even though we didn’t win, we had fun doing it. The first week we were still playing around and were not serious. But after that, everyone started being a bit more serious and committed. We practiced a lot and scream a lot too. Lol. When its time for our last practice that was on Wednesday, we really did it like we’re competing. And lastly The Day comes. Everyone got nervous and all. On stage we really went all out. But some people still think we sucked. But whatever. I had so much fun. Thanks for the memory guys. After we perform, me and some of the girls were like “We’ll really gonna miss everything after this”. Even though we are having our exam the same week as the competition week, we still came to practice every evening. And it’s true, I do miss getting home late in the evening, getting very exhausted, screaming out, everything. But most of all, I have confront my stage fright. Thank you to everyone who has involved in this especially the teachers. *Applause applause* Drama SMKPA Team! Go!