And I will. Thank you, but no thank you. I don’t need your help.
Hm, alright. However you think it’s better, Kurt.
What do you mean, you can’t do anything? You have more power than me. The minute I try to stand up for something, I get a slushie to my face. But fine, if I have to— I’ll do it alone. Because sometimes, when you’re different— you have to go at things alone.
Well, Kurt, I indeed have more power, but I’ve tried to reverse the situation which wasn’t possible. I’m a teacher and I need to follow the school rules. You’re in the age to step up for your rights and do something. If you need any support, I’ll support you the best way I can.
It’s just… disappointing that Theatre Arts comes last in this suppressing school. It’s not fair. Especially when I’m in the middle of waiting for my admissions into NYADA. Now I’m really at a disadvantage with extra curriculars. I have Glee Club. And we might as well be the laughing stock of New Leaf itself. I’m so tired of things that I enjoy, being pushed aside. And I’m not going just sit back, and let it happen.
I know, Kurt. I understand. But there’s not much I can to. Part of the founds will also go to the Glee, from what I heard. But I’d say, if you really want to do something, go for it. My hands unfortunatelly are tied. I can’t do much.
I know how you feel, Kurt.
As many of you may already know, the school’s financial situation it’s not perfect due to the fire and reform in the rooms. So in a need to focus more money in other…Activities, the musical was postponed until second order.
I’m really sorry to give that message to you all. I, more than everyone, had big hopes to this project.
- Ms. Corcoran.
Due to the incidents that happened with some of the musical’s cast member I didn’t demand attendence in the rehearsals, but next week we get back to normal and I expect to see you all in the auditorium.
And I hope everyone it’s feeling and getting better.
I heard what happened. I won’t demand cast attendance this week. So go be with your friend.
- Ms. C.
- Ms. C.