So, recently I have been really busy….
Like really busy. Which is fine. I’d rather be doing more than I would have thought I could handle than doing nothing.
It reached a point where, my body ached constantly. I walk a lot and have dance rehearsal weekly and haven’t had much time to let my body recover. About 2 nights a week I only get 4-5 hours of sleep. When I walk down the street and I see people leisurely walking around in their little shorts I get a little jealous. I want to meet up with a friend and walk around the city until we decide on a place for lunch and then sit outside so we can enjoy the lovely weather while we sip on Margaritas. Instead, I’m walking as fast as I can so I can make it on time to work or rehearsal or a performance or MORE rehearsal. I’m not complaining, because I understand you have to work hard if you want to achieve the things you want in life, but right now it feels like things will never change. I miss sleeping in. But, I love performing.
Doing all this working has allowed me to put things in perspective. Life is all about perspective. How you see things in relation to others. Now that I am so focused on my work I couldn’t possibly care less about the trivial matters in life. All I care about is working and meeting people and having fun. I might as well do it now. While I’m Young.
The Gambling Room
is playing at the Papermill Theater Saturdays & Sundays at 2 until the 9th of June.
Return of Confessions of a Plate and Shoe
In June 2013, SmokeyScout Productions presents the Philadelphia premiere of Return of Confessions of a Plate & Shoe: the best ever evening of outrageous short comedies by Josh McIlvain at 2nd Stage at the Adrienne, 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, June 19–29, 2013.