We committed ourselves to the project with our time, finances, and creativity.
Sometime back in May, I found myself in a time of grieving for the loss of opportunities. With each week that passed, it seemed that the likelihood of things “returning to normal” for the fall semester was slim. I’m a planner, and I knew that I needed to be directing throughout college in order to achieve my post-graduation goals. Instead of depending on my college to give me a directing opportunity in the midst of the pandemic, I decided to create my own. I asked a fellow Theatre for Youth major, Amy Ethington, to take this creative journey along with me. We committed ourselves to the project with our time, finances, and creativity. The informal project began in