The Official Group of the Devoted fans of the OSF
Wed, Jan. 11th, 2006, 05:59 pm
yayayayay! we have 4 members!!!
- 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.
- 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
- Does anyone
here actually live in Ashland? Sadly no, but I will once I go to school in Ashland!!!
- 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.
- 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.