Long time ago 5th grade show .
I tried out for the talent show. There was like fifty kids waching.
Yup, i did a few years ago. And i have the WORST stage fright... So i nearly fainted .. LOL
I had to play a tree when I was in the fourth grade. I had to stand there and remain still and with my arms lifted straight up. Boy did my "limbs" hurt after that.
No. I grew up very slowly and was the tiniest kid in my class every year and was picked on as a result. No school activities for this boy!
I was in the school band from the 6th grade until high school graduation so I performed in many school concerts and at all the football games. I was in both the concert and marching bands. I was also in a quartet singing group and performed on a fairly regular basis with them. I also played basketball from my freshman year until graduation. So being on stage in one form or another was no big event for me. I currently sing with my church choir at two separate services each Sunday. I occasionally still get a bit of stage fright.
I sure did. My 1st one was called, "The Children of The calendar." I was Father Time. The other one I was in was called, "The King's Creampuff". I was the king. I was the ONLY one in the play who could say thier lines without reading from a book. EVERYONE had a book in thier arms with thier lines in it. I was on my throne & suddenly . . . . I forgot a line. There was a moment of silence. Everyone thought I wasn't gonna make it. I quickly peeked over at my queen's book & I continued. At the end of the play, there was a standing ovation. Shame I don't have the script to both anymore. This was back in 1977. My 1st year of High school.
Yes in grade 12 that's fun.
Yeah, a few months ago I had a band concert. I play the clarinet.
In our school being in a concert of play was a privilege and honor that only a few people were ever chosen to do. I was in our school talent show in the 8th grade.
I don't know if "had to" is the correct phrase to use, but yes, I did perform in a school play, one time.
Yes , a lot of times.
I performed with a group but not alone... (: