Between August and September, I have been VERY BUSY! Between writing new songs, writing Episode 10 & 11 with Co-Writer Sean O'Connor, filming during the week to get what we need done before our deadline, and finding new actors, there has been no time to do much of anything!
We are gearing up this week to do more filming and will be almost non-stop until October 13th. This project is becoming bigger and better every day due to the amazing performers and crew members we have involved!
Further more, we are gearing up to start promoting the show to the greater world wide web. If you know someone who might be interested in a Magical World with Puppets, People, Musical Numbers, Heroes and Villains in a twist you'll never see coming!
Cannot wait to show you all what we are doing but for now, here are some behind the scenes clips from the last few film shots!
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Soon, my wrestling games were stopped by a mother who said "Girls can't wrestle with boys. Go home." and soon, the idea of my sisters and I being crass like my brothers wasn't tolerated at home.
I am glad that the spitting we did got abolished, since it isn't a flattering habit on anyone, but the barriers and rules of how to be a girl made me so angry that for a long time, that I didn't want to be a girl and started to use "Like a Girl" to separate myself from the "Feminine Women" and "The Warrior Women."
Most of my life, I hated being a woman. I looked up to characters in film like Princess Leia in Star Wars, and Marion "Mary" Ravenwood in Indiana Jones 2 but still, in the real world, I would constantly try to prove my masculinity while struggling with my femininity.
It was only in the last 4-5 years that I have truly started to accept that being "Like a Girl" is a good thing. Being a Girl is not a bad thing, nor should it be and I am so happy as a woman/girl/lady in the entertainment industry, that there are people proving that "Like a Girl" is great!
Thank you to those who are helping those of us who were once afraid to be "Like a Girl" and for the many young girls who are growing up in this world who will hopefully grow up thinking that "Like a Girl" is a positive phrase, rather than a negative.
I'm a woman of all trades. Love what I do and I do what I love.