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Virts 3rd pd
I improved as an actress in many ways. Firstly i learned to better project my voice and also I learned how to over exsagerate my facial impressions so that the audience would have a better idea of what the character I played would have acted like. I also improved with onstage in acting because I can be terribly shy and I get stage fright. I became confindent in myself and that made me a better actress because I believed in myself and I believed in what I was doing . I learned that the process of producing a show has so many roles and jobs and is very difficult. I learned that things really don t seem to fit together until the last possible moment. Back stage is very hectic with a bunch of people and a ton of cloths getting in the way. I learned that everyone involved had to all be there for each other and support each other because without this bond the show wouldn t have gone on. I also learned that each person had to do their part in memorizing their lines. Also the pratices before the final show play a key role in the total outcome of the show. The best moment that I would say is probably when it was all finished. When it was all over I was able to breath again. Don t get me wrong I enjoyed the show but Im glad it went as smoothly as it did and there were hardly any complications. There were alot of good parts that made the audience come alive and got a laugh out of them. The worst part in my opinion was when I tripped over my dress in the very first show. It was horribly embarrassing. Another bad thing was when the gunshot didn t go off and there was that awkard silence. The show in all did good. I would rate it a 6 out of 10.