Yesterday was the last day of the Lake Wales Little Theatre’s teen show, Diary of a Wallflower.
“High school junior Charlotte Walden is convinced that she’s virtually invisible. Madison Truesdale’s popular clique doesn’t know she’s alive. Even her one friend, Gabby, doesn’t always notice or listen to her. And her mom is rarely around since she’s working long hours. Is it any wonder Charlotte begins to write in her diary? At least “Dear Diary” will listen! As Charlotte embraces her wallflower status, she also gradually learns that there are people who care, people to whom she becomes more and more visible day by day. Through her work on a class assignment, she finds a new role model who says she was just like Charlotte growing up. Empowered with hope for the future, she sheds some of her disillusionment, and realizes that she’s not alone. In fact, she never has been.”
I played the part of Gabby, Charlotte’s best friend. Gabby was a very fun character to play because she is nothing like me at all. She was quite the girly-girl, chased the popular boys, and always cared about her looks.
My locker was quite colorful and sparkly. 😀
All the actors & actresses did a fantastic job! It was a great opportunity to work with you all.
My sister, Delanie, was also involved with the Teen show. Delanie ran the lights for the show, which is one of the most important parts of putting on a performance.
This was Robby’s 5th Teen show he has directed, and he also plans to direct next year’s.
This show was lots of fun to perform in, and I look forward to auditioning for more plays in the future!