Amelia Morgan-Rothschild


The hardest part about the Anonymous experience rehearsing by myself. But I see now it was totally worth it to miss out on the rehearsals, because this allowed so much more presence, trust, and connection between me as my fellow actors, as well as connection with the audience. The whole theater knew we were all in it together for the first (and last!) time and this created a bond like nothing else. I was anxious all week about remembering lines and cues, but once onstage I was able to relax, trust the process, and be part of a new and creative experience. Now I feel going back to regular theater where we actually rehearse feels boring! Where's the challenge in that?