The School Drama Club At My Middle School

1366 Words Oct 25th, 2015 6 Pages
Since middle school, I had always made a way to be a part of the school drama club. It was a good outlet for me as well as something that helped to distract me from bad emotions. Theatre wasn 't really taken seriously during middle school by most people and at the least, maybe 40 people would show up to the play. Once high school hit, I quickly realized it was a whole different ballgame.
The first thing that had struck out to me was the people. For one, they had very vast knowledge on the world of theater and knew Broadway tunes like the back of their hand. Unlike the drama club members at my middle school, they lived, breathed, and ate theater. I never thought I 'd be able to fit in with them; I had only been to Broadway twice in my life, and one of those shows was a Disney production. They were also spectacular singers. One guy in the club was known for always being heard singing something from a mile away. Sometimes before rehearsals, all of the actors would burst into random song while I just observed, intrigued. I had never considered myself an extraordinary actress, but I knew that I seemed awful being juxtaposed next to them. I hadn 't even made callbacks when I auditioned for the fall show in the beginning of ninth grade, though that could have been due to the fact that I was sick and my voice was practically gone at that time. Singing, on the other hand, was a completely different issue. I would never let anyone hear me sing, not even close friends. The thought…

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