Celebrating victories time. This past wknd performing in the @amawatlanta showcase was one of the proudest moments of the past few years for me and I barely spoke about it before or after. Chalk it up to a case of imposter syndrome and fear of being vulnerable. Why though? I have no issue posting about my stand up comedy, but I’ve barely told anyone about the showcase. I was worried about how badly I would suck at doing something non comedic. I wasn’t given this part. I had to audition & even after I got the part, I almost dropped out bc I was so worried that people would see what an imposter I was when it came to drama. That I would be outed publically for not being good at anything but comedy. I was scared to be vulnerable on stage in front of actual people. So, I just didn’t tell anyone. What people thought of my performance doesn’t matter bc I’m so proud to have been a part of this and that this showcase and this studio, AMAW. It’s been a lot of hard work and me really pushing myself for a while now to be more in feeling. I’d never taken an acting class b4 this. Never had the desire. I was just having lunch w/ a friend and she suggested I audit the class. I scoffed bc it’s an acting class. Gross. I went and can’t even begin to explain how grateful I am. The class was nothing like I expected. It had nothing to do with studying scripts or techniques and everything to do with just becoming a better person. One who was more present and open to feeling. The becoming a better actor part is nice, but not the most important part this studio has played in my life. I’ve become a more open human. I have learned so much about myself and the limits I had set for me. I’ve become kinder to myself. The ppl in it have become my family, best friends, the ones that check in on me. When I started, my only real goal was to be able to cry on demand, bc I thought that’s what made a good actor. I still can’t cry on demand. Don’t even care to. I cry when I feel it, both in class and in life. I’m rambling. Sending love & gratitude to @katelinchesna@darrell_snedeger and the man himself, @anthonymeindl . 3 people who have pushed me to places emotionally I thought had died in me. ❤️❤️❤
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🚨 Get Inside of Food on Foot (𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐢𝐧 𝐛𝐢𝐨)
It is my absolute pleasure to share a bonus episode this week for something very near and dear to my heart… today we are joined by Rob from Food on Foot, Duke a volunteer, and Roy a person who has blossomed through this life-changing nonprofit organization.
Food on Foot is a nonprofit dedicated to assisting our homeless and low-income neighbors in Los Angeles with nutritious meals, clothing, and a fresh start through a life-skills education, full-time employment, and permanent housing.
Listen as we talk about the need for Food on Foot here in L.A. (and throughout the country) and how we need help from great people like you.
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ATTA 07: Become A Tripple Threat.
Be versatile and keep improving on yourself to be adding more useful skill to your talent as an actor, that way more opportunities will be given to you. Learn How to do something that will add juice to your Acting skill. A lot of people are in love with @rechaelokonkwo because of her dancing skills.