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20 Reasons why I love Theater

Theater has changed my life, here's why

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20 Reasons why I love Theater
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After going to the Stratford Theater Festival in Canada a couple of weeks ago I thought I would make a list of all the reasons I love theater. As someone who's done over 13 performances, I can't even describe the high you get when performing. It's better than any drug on the planet. I love to perform. To have the power to make people smile, laugh, and cry is so incredible. So when I went this past weekend to see Treasure Island, Guys and Dolls, and Romeo and Juliet I was once again reminded of why I love theater so much. Whether it's a musical, a play, or improve I think theater is amazing. So here's a list of reasons of why I love theater.

1. The Costumes

2. Relationships you form

3. The Craziness

4. Singing all the time

5. Dress Rehearsal

6. Night before the show (It's nuts)

7. Bowing

8. Acting

9. Dancing

10. The Heroes

11. The Music

12. The Story

13. The Effects

14. The Stage

15. Encore!

16. Standing Ovations

17. The Tears

18. The Lighting

19. The Laughter

20. Being my own Voice

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