Before entering fangirl mode, small thoughts about watching the same play more than once (in this case, Labour of Love): I am so impressed by the effort they put into it every single night. By the second time, it was easy to spot the differences from the first, the comparison in execution for various scenes, and … Continue reading Twice the Play
Where do I even begin to talk about. If you have seen my Instagram, I posted a picture of the view over Iran desert when flying from Dubai to London. It was breathtaking. It made me realize how intrigued I have been with the Middle East. Perhaps one day I could try visiting despite all … Continue reading London So Far and a Play
I said those words nearly a year ago to a friend's mom, who took the little time she had to drive me all the way to Antelope Island from Fruits Height in Utah. And I'm very grateful towards her. It makes me wonder how ridiculous I must have sound, especially whenever one scoffs at me … Continue reading “I would love to see the bisons.”
Growing up shy and reserved, I didn't think I wanted to gain much attention to myself. I didn't think I was special in any way, that would be of any good use to others, or in a distressed millennial's words, being "easily replaced". When I was 14, someone I considered a friend told me that … Continue reading Fame and Human
I have recently purchased a ticket to watch a theatre play on the very first day that I arrive in London, the initial motive being to see one of my favourite actors of all time. A few moments later and I realized that it would be the very first play I would watch, in an … Continue reading Where are the Arts?