Q: In Legally Blonde, Elle finally gets to realize her dream of becoming a lawyer. What do you want to be when you grow up?
A: I want to be an actor in musical theatre. It's always interesting to learn new things while you're on the stage, and I want to end up on the stage of Broadway someday.
Q: Throughout the production, Elle learns to believe in herself and accomplish things that people don't believe she is capable of. Why do you think it's important that people believe in themselves?
A: I think that this is very important because I believe that no one should ever stop believing in themselves, no matter how hard the situation is. I used to be bullied quite often, and it had eventually gotten to a point where I was ready to give up on myself. But then I remembered all of the friends I had who were always ready to support me, and that's when I learned that no matter what you're going through, and no matter how terrible the situation is, it always helps tremendously to believe in yourself, and to always keep sight of your goal in life.
Q: Throughout the show Elle is forced into a stereotype of who people think she is. Why do you think people shouldn't be boxed in and how do you think we can go about changing that?
A: I think that no one should be boxed into just one personality, because it's always great to have a massive variety of different personalities, and, to be honest, it would be an incredibly bland and boring world if it only consisted of just one personality. And I think we can go about changing this by trying to be more understanding and accepting towards others. The more we try to do that, the better this world will be.
Join us for Legally Blonde Jr. May 2-12, 2019