Day 10: In Which Court Cases Make Funny Sound Effects and Elsa Lets It Go
It's the end of week two—camp is almost over. So today, I wanted to talk to the kids about the roles they've been practicing ever since the cast lists went up.
Last week I interviewed some teens but no preteens because I was too frightened to venture downstairs into that brave new world. But when I trekked down there today, I realized two things:
1. The preteens are friendly and also fully capable of being respectful good listeners (for periods of time, at least).
2. THERE IS AN ENTIRE OTHER DANCE FLOOR DOWN THERE THAT I NEVER KNEW EXISTED, LIKE HOLY COW, I WENT DOWN AND NOBODY WAS THERE BUT I COULD HEAR FROZEN MUSIC SO I TURNED TO THE LEFT AND WHAAAAAAAT
What I did today was ask various students about who they played in their show and what it was like to be that character. Here are the responses some preteens gave me:
I spoke to several teens as well, some who I interviewed in the past and others I just met today. After a while our conversation accidentally morphed into a drawing tutorial...but these things happen I guess.
Here are some responses from teens when I asked them about their roles: