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Wed, Jan. 11th, 2006, 05:59 pm
puckhiggins:

yayayayay! we have 4 members!!!

  1. When did you fall in love with Ashland? The summer before eighth grade. It was right after my mom died, and it was just what I needed to make me feel better. But I truly feel in love with it last summer, before sophomore year.
  2. What was your most . . . um . . . meaningful OSF experience? Mine actually didn't take place in Ashland, but in my home town of Portland. I have 2 of them also. The first is that I e-mailed Christopher DuVal and he actually responded, and then my friend e-mailed him and told him it was my birthday and he e-mailed me again to wish me a happy birthday. And the second is when I called his house and left a message, then the next day when I got home from school I had a message left from him!
  3. Does anyone here actually live in Ashland? Sadly no, but I will once I go to school in Ashland!!!
  4. When are you planning on going back, and what plays'll you see? I might be going with my school in March, and I might go with my dad and brother in Febuary, but I know I'll definetly be going in August! I really wanna see The Winter's Tale, Bus Stop, The Diary of Anne Frank, Cyranno Deburciac, and The Importance of Being Earnest.
  5. Can we please, PLEASE fix the spelling errors in our title? Haha, of course! I'm not the best speller

Thu, Feb. 9th, 2006 07:45 am (UTC)
(Anonymous): Hey, Puckhiggins!

You have a wonderful group here. I'm a big OSF fan, and have seen plays there for several years. I think everybody is pretty terrific there.

With one exception. A certain little runt named Julie Oda. Yikes. I mean, could OSF not do better than this? It's like the second she comes onstage, OSF become the Ashland Community Theater. Well, thankfully she's not often on stage very long. I recall a small (what else?) part she had in Comedy of Errors. She was in a bikini in one scene! Um... Miss Oda? You might want to consider sit-ups. And maybe a few hours a week on the Stairmaster. Let's get some muscle tone, shorty! Mrowr!

And based on her lack of stature and annoying stage voice, I think a good nickname for her would be Whiny Runt. Though I'm sure there are many other possibilities as well.

But I'm a huge fan of Tyler Layton, Chris DuVal, Kevin Kenerly, and many others.