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And the 2010-2011 Madrigalians have finished their album, “Selah.” Yeah, we took our sweet time making it awesome. And by that, I mean we worked our butts off all night at music that was hard and we got grumpy and mad at each other then loved each other again when it was all done. And, praise Jesus, it is all done.

Also, as promised, here is a link to the video LARP: The Movie. Sorry for how bad it is. But I love it. Also, sorry if it won’t play because it’s on Facebook and Facebook is dumb sometimes.

LARP: The Movie

That was today. I feel so nice. Today was so long, and tomorrow is going to be even longer, but for now, I’m really okay. I was up at 7. I had an 8 AM class, which I had to leave early so that I could sing in chapel with Mads. It went really well. Surprisingly well, even. The rest of my day was pretty uneventful. Classes, lunch, that sort of thing. Until 6. At 6, I went to auditions for the show La Bete. It’s a comedy written by an American man and set in 17th century France. It’s all rhymed couplets. Yeah.

At auditions, there were only two of us. There’s another night of auditions tomorrow night, but I feel like, right now, I have a pretty good chance. I just feel that it went really well. I’m really excited to see how it turns out. Either way, I think I’ll be good.

After auditions, there was a little thing called the Trevecca 72 Hour Film Festival. The way it works is, one night, everyone who wants to be involved shows up to a meeting and draws a random genre from a hat (or something like it– you know). From the time they draw, they have 72 hours to write, cast, shoot, and edit a short film. Yeah, it’s as hectic as it sounds. Well, my friends decided to participate. They drew the genre “action.” Well, I was asked to participate, along with an amazing cast and crew made up of people we love. ┬áThus began “LARP- The Movie.”

Now, for those of you unfamiliar with LARPing, that means “live action role playing.” Yeah. Well, we made a film completely about nerdy friends playing D&D and LARPing. It was hilarious and badly made, but it was great. It was so wonderful. Really. I’ll post it if I ever get it. Anyway, after all the films are shown, they give awards for Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Film. Needless to say, we didn’t win Best Film. Which is okay. We did, however, take home both the Best Actor and Actress trophies. Trey won for his bad guy character (which, by the way, was really great) and I won for my awkward, socially inept love interest character.

Now, keep in mind, there were maybe three actresses in the entire festival, but I still felt pretty cool.

My night is far from over, as I now have work to do, but I feel good about it right now. Have a good one, guys.


This speaks for itself. This is my life. This is what makes me happy when nothing else does. This is my choir.
Watch it.