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While Sylvia's temper reaches a boiling point, Violetta leads the charge to kick out the unwelcome visitor.
3 March 2003Trishelle and Irulan both decide it's time to deal with some unfinished business once and for all - namely, figuring out where her relationship with Steven stands (for Trishelle) and what's going on with out-of-town boyfriend, Gabe (for Irulan).
I had done mostly ballet and modern dance before I came here and so I just tried to find how to find auditions--I didn’t know anything. I had the most success in musical theatre auditions so that ended up being a path that I took as opposed to doing like a modern dance company or something like that. I had known for a long time that I wanted to move to New York City after college. I didn’t really realize that it would be as hard as people say it is until I experienced that first major rejection. I think about this a lot now that I’ve come so far with it. She was singing along with our song, and she wasn’t that great of a singer. So, I grew up with teachers who had that mentality, even when I was in college.
Like, ‘I am going to do dance major in college and then I’m going to go to New York and try to be a dancer,’ because of some part of me, without really knowing or having done any research. I mean the same thing happened--I auditioned for Radio City Rockettes and I continued to do that and realized what a difficult thing it actually is. And the first time I auditioned for that, I remembered calling my mom and my grandma and crying to them on the phone about how people say it’s hard, and it really is. I remember my advisor--and I mean these teachers were great. But I remember my college advisor saying, “Oh, you need to go to at least one Broadway cattle call as a dancer just to have that experience.” And she was like, “I am not worried about you booking work as a dancer. But I kept at it and I slowly figured out what worked--to make money, so I can stay at my overpriced apartment. After that singing experience, which probably really wasn’t that bad, the casting director told me to get a vocal coach and to work on my song.