So, now it's a more reasonable hour of the day, maybe a little bit more about the Cast and Crew to get us started and to try to give this LJ a 'face', so to speak.
Unfortunately, I can't help with actual pictures, but I'll try my best to paint a few for you.
I guess the girl in the middle of the picture would be as good a place as any to start, right?
'Bella' is... Jeez, I've probably started with one of the trickiest to describe. Hmm... She's passionate, very passionate. She loves to plan, she's beautiful (inside and out) and something of a whirlwind of dance, laughter, music, the works.
A bohemian spirit in an age where bohemia is dead, buried, and forgotten. It's all about the art with 'Edward' and not the obvious let's-draw-a-picture kind. The music, the words, the meanings. A deeper art. 'Edward' focuses on the shadow, not the object.
A far more physical person than 'Edward', 'Alice' is all about the energy, the power. She can drive a powerboat, and walk 17Km with a 7 stone pack, singing Disney all the way. Move over Action Man. Quite the little ninja, is our 'Alice'.
Yet another artist, this time a serial doodler. never leave your file lying too long around Jasper for fear it will never look the same again.Actually, I think that rule applies to all of us... Anyway, 'Jasper' is quite the human beat box and is prone to 'breaking it down' with out warning. Not that we mind, of course.
Drop dead gorgeous just like her character, 'Rosalie' has a habit of unhinging the jaws of all guys in a five mile radius, leaving them drooling helplessly. Regardless of this, she's still incredibly down to earth and great for a laugh.
A nice person. Quiet, but by no means insignificant, Emmett is kind and genuine, always willing to listen. An utter genius and a very calming presence in times of stress. Emmett is always smiling and it's impossible not to smile back.
Yet another victim of the doodle-bug. 'Carlisle' has a habit of spouting either the worst clichés known to man or the dodgiest comments in the history of ever, but we love it. 'Carlisle' is forever starting up a chorus of something or other, which the rest of us are always more than willing to join in on. Nothing can stop this creative flow.
And then there's me, I suppose.
I'm an actress, drama fascinates me. The way you can just step on stage and be someone else, free from your own inhibitions. It's brilliant. I need to learn to think before I speak, but probably never will. I love a good adrenaline rush; it let's you know how alive you are. I'm always willing to try new things and have a habit of protecting people, which is totally going to get me into trouble one of these days. I may not be the sharpest pencil in the box, but I'm not blunt either.
So, there we are. As you can see just from the little snippets I've given here we're all unique, just like everybody else.
What brings all together, well I have no clue. Some of us are music-obsessed, while some wouldn't know the Basement Jaxx from Ace of Base. Others have read most of the school library, some scarcely know how to get there. It's probably how different we are that means we fit so well. If all the puzzle pieces were the same, the jigsaw wouldn't fit, right?
The next post will probably be a little bit more about the vision for Twilight the Musical itself and any updates on where this thing is headed.
(ps. Can I just point out that as Edward has so rightly said on his blogspot, the selection of parts was a little unorthadox and as 'Bella' has pointed out on her Bebo, none are set in stone and a few are still to be confirmed, so bear with us)