Posted by: nancykenny | April 6, 2010

I Like To Move It, Move It

Rehearsals have begun with A Company of Fools for an upcoming school tour at the end of the month. The show is called Shakespeare’s Interactive Circus and is based on the loose premise that our lead, Sir Richard Somethingorother (I swear I’ll learn his name by the end of the run, but it’s really long) has disappeared (in all likelihood he is passed out drunk somewhere) and since he pretty much played ALL the parts, we, the lowly minions, are now forced to present something to the anticipating crowd. That “something” includes Romeo & Juliet: The Rap, the mechanicals bit from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth: The Musical, and the first meeting between Kate & Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew done as a tag-team match.

I’m kind of exhausted just reading all of that. Actually, I’m kind of exhausted (in a good way!) doing all that.

I’ve only had two rehearsals so far and my body is reminding how sluggish it’s been for the past few months. I’ve been either sitting at a desk, driving a car or standing around on a set doing very minimal movements. I’m going through the initial phases of muscle pain. My hamstrings ache from all the high kicks I’ve been doing (don’t ask) and I’ve got to include more stretching into my daily routine. With all this beautiful weather, it’s even inspired me to pick up my running once more, which is great as completing a 5K is one of my goals for 2010.

Rehearsals, as you can imagine, are also incredibly fun. I can’t believe that this is a job that I actually get paid do to.

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  1. […] (with Cuba Gooding Jr!), working at the Great Canadian Theatre Company (season launch on Monday!), learning to rap Shakespeare, making women feel beautiful, discovering hidden abilities to translate small documents from […]

  2. […] where I got to work alongside people like Adam Beach, Elisabeth Shue and Jennifer Lawrence; a school tour with A Company of Fools (which I may very well be reprising in 2011); a seven or eight week […]


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