Currently, I am a University Theatre student trying to balance crazy class schedules with late-night rehearsals and show-runs. People say I was born in the wrong century, and I believe them. Writing is in my being; it runs through my fingertips until it bleeds upon the page into some fragment of a story that I immediately shelf.
I live on music. It hits me hard, and it hits me fast. And I wouldn't have it any other way.
Gypsy runs deep in my soul, Native American in my blood, and Irish in my eyes. I have a taste of wanderlust on my tongue. Crisp, fall mornings with air so fresh you could choke on it are my medicine. One-man tents and sleeping bags and mountains are my hospital.
I couldn't live without the feel of a good horse beneath me, words forming a story on paper, a heavy backpack on my back, or music shaping itself through my fingertips.
The sound of an audience's laughter when I deliver a line, or the sound of catching breaths during a gut-wrenching scene, is what I as an actor thrive on.
Theatre is my love. Writing is my child. And life is my battle.
Let us dance, you and I.