It's Opening Night
There are few highs more exhilarating than the thrill of an opening night. I am so excited that I get to open Tripartite Time tonight, a show that I’ve been rehearsing with three other actors for the past month. The show is quite a challenging and evocative piece, and I’m proud with how far I’ve come as an actress during this process.
This is my third show in New York since moving here in September, and it’s definitely the one I’m most proud of. I feel so honored to be working alongside three other amazing actors as an ensemble cast, and have learned so much about improving my technique and craft from our director. The language of the play is also quite classical, though it was written recently and is a brand new show. Using the classical language and exploring it has really opened me up to not being afraid of a show that isn’t necessarily contemporary. I’m so excited to bring Tripartite Time to life in front of an audience tonight, and have a good feeling that this is a great step for me as an actress and is propelling me in the exact direction in which I want to be going.
**photo of Bianca Christina, Chris Lowe, and Jacqueline Chambers, courtesy of Norm Roumanous