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Walnut Hill Acceptance Essay

  • Submitted by: veronicaluera
  • on March 18, 2012
  • Category: College Admissions
  • Length: 438 words

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I would love to spend my summer in Walnut Hill's Summer theater program because I will spend a large part of my summer doing what I love. I have never seen myself so comfortable in a single place in my life than the stage. Acting became a part of my life as early as the first grade when my parents sought out an activity to "cultivate my natural dramatic skills". The community theatre program caught her eye and from that moment on, my acting classes became my home away from home. I started off in ensemble, being one of the students in the background, but as I grew older and as my voice matured, I started landing lead roles, and surprised my family by finding my true calling on a mere whim of having me do something with my afternoons.  
From community theater, I moved on to high school productions and was privileged to participate as early as my freshman year; it was quite intimidating to play the role of Alice in "You Can't Take it With You" as young as I felt amongst the upperclassmen. Since then, I have been consistently involved in the school's musical and theatre productions, including my current role as Nurse Timmons in "We All Fall Down".   I have jazz squared on the stage for so long, it only seems natural now. People often ask if nervousness interferes before a show, and, of course, what would opening night be without some degree of jitters, but nervousness would never be a word I would use to describe the feelings rushing through my body while onstage. As soon as I walk on stage, I am a different person, transformed to a different place and time. 
I feel if I were to spend part of my summer as a Walnut Hill student, I would improve my craft and grow both as a performer and a human being. The things that could be learned in such a different environment are endless and will give me experiences to last a life time.   A lifelong dream of mine is to perform in a Broadway show.   But as long as I am acting, no matter where it is, that path will be fine by me. I...

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