It seems I'm passing the torch as I take on production responsibilites on a few productions. A repeated image of myself panning out and taking an overview of what pieces best fit in a performance, sets a pathway for my own expressions in the end.
It seems no mistake that I will be portraying a quiet, observing woman who uncovers her great ability to facilitate unions. In another upcoming performance, I will take on the historical Mary Magdalene. Both parts are based on real people and I'm surprised at the almost prophetic tone of my previous journal entry. Not only did I desire to give life to real, grown women on stage as opposed to young adult ingenues or some simple song and dance girl (not that these roles are insignificant) but I was delighted to also aide in the mentoring role of real young women and even those young to realizing their artistic dreams. It was in this that I could see my own growth and womanhood emerged not unlike a cliched butterfly. Growing generally involves mentoring.