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02-21-2007, 12:24 PM
I have been a contributor for a year, now, ever since I heard about SoulForce. I didn't know these forums existed until now.
I am excited to be here. I'm from Oregon, probably one of the largest open-minded and closed-minded state around :rolleyes:
It's a pleasure to be here. And I was truly moved by the civil disobedience in Colorado.
02-21-2007, 12:39 PM
I just visited Oregon for my first time last summer. Living in Phoenix, I was shocked and delighted by all the green things in Oregon!!
What kind of performing arts interest you? (There are a bunch of artistic/performer types on the forum.)
02-21-2007, 02:41 PM
I was caught in a cloud burst in Phoenix. I don't want to re-live that experience!
People make this mistake all the time, but i'm Qaedon, not Gaedon. But no matter. I answer to both :lol:
I just finished directinga play called "Cahoots." Before that, I performed in "Broadway Babylon," "Curious Savage" and "Nit Wits." I'm a director, but I enjoy directing and running the light/sound boards.
Nice to meet you!
02-21-2007, 03:10 PM
Cool. So Qaedon (have I got it now?), I believe you are officially the first stage director to post an intro here. A lot of us are singers. I'm High Notes Girl myself.
Now I am trying unsuccessfully to remember what show it was - but last summer, the daughter of one of Phoenix' most active PFLAG couples stage directed a show out in Oregon, in or near Portland I believe. I cannot remember what show it was, or I would do the "small world" thing and ask if you were familiar with the production. Drat! I can't remember what show it was. Oh, well.
02-21-2007, 05:45 PM
Welcome to the forum! I misread your name too. It's that line under the font combination.
Lots of nice people here plus so much of talk about! I'm glad you found us. Look forward to reading your posts! Do you meet a lot of people in Oregon from NC? It seems that half our town has moved there.
02-26-2007, 12:40 PM
I direct normal, regular-type plays. I haven't done musicals in a LOONG time. But, of course, I love them!
If North Carolinans move here, they would probably move to/near the city. I'm about 1 1/2 hours drive from the city, population 12,000. Google just added a huge branch out here, causing such a fuss! They kept calling themselves "Project O2" for the longest time. Don't they know you can't keep a secret in a small town?
I'm "out" wherever I go... something I learned in 1989. I don't go around saying, "Hi. My name is Scott. I'm gay," but pretty close to that!
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