SO Nora has fallen ill (feel better, Nora!) and she was gracious enough to ask me to write the guest blog for tonight. I’ve never written a blog before, I only tweet incessantly. So bare with me folks, I’ll try my best not to bore you.
Since I am playing Rosalind I decided I’d talk about how insanely cool this character is. I’ve been told that Rosalind is the largest female role among all female roles written by Shakespeare. Needless to say I’m going to have some real fun memorizing all my lines.
I’m super excited to get into my character because Rosalind has so much depth and versatility; it’s going to be an absolute blast playing this part. I see the character of Rosalind as a tomboy trapped inside a princess’s body.
On the outside, Rosalind is a princess and must act delicate, feminine, and always in control. I found a couple pictures that inspire me in developing the feminine side of Rosalind:
OK thanks for reading guys! I don't want to take over Nora's page haha.
AND if anyone has tips on how to memorize lines, give them here! I'm always open to suggestions.
xoxo-- Your Rosalind :) (That's Madiha to the real world)