1. I want Jimmy John's again for lunch.
2. Sancho Panza is Irish and a ninja.
3. Wine night is going to kick ass.
4. My fuck buddy left his cigarettes at my apartment. S'mine now.
5. Mike in the Sound Department is jealous of my plumber's ass.
Everyone is "Man of la Mancha" sounds amazing.
I wish I was not such a crappy auditioner. Or that I don't chain smoke on a regular basis.
Yesterday, I made coffee labels, moved stuff around for Terry and Cristin, filed papers & played Facebook games. Good day.
Stephanie was doing a character breakdown sheet while I was manning the stereo. It looks horrid. Poor Stephanie.
I was there at the Job Fair for two days, both from 9 - 6 pm. I passed out my resume to 15 companies, including three Shakespeare festivals (all of which know the faculty at UT) and had 6 interviews, including one with Santa Fe Opera.
This causes a huge dilemma for me. I called my brother yesterday to wish him happy birthday and he asked me about the internship hunt. When I told him, I was looking and keeping optimism, he asked when I would come home. When I told him I didn't know, he kind of had a sad quality in his tone of voice.
I'm wondering, between the fact that most of these internships end at least a week after I start school and that I still have 1.5 years left, if going out for a job/internship is the right idea. I haven't been really home in more than a year. And now with my older brother back, I miss home more than ever. However, I want to apply for an internship for STAR Players in Taunton that pays $200/week from June-Augustish. I can just work out the school thing with Kenton & Joel from STAR.
Still, I don't know. Maybe I'll ask Jonathan for advice. He seems to be my go-to person with this sort of thing.