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Senior Nathan Picklands performs a monologue during the

Senior Nathan Picklands performs a monologue during the "Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play" rehearsal. The play made its debut on Valentines Day and had two more performances the following days.

Photo by Hailey Eilert

Senior Nathan Picklands performs a monologue during the "Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play" rehearsal. The play made its debut on Valentines Day and had two more performances the following days.

Photo by Hailey Eilert

Photo by Hailey Eilert

Senior Nathan Picklands performs a monologue during the "Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play" rehearsal. The play made its debut on Valentines Day and had two more performances the following days.

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Nathan Pickands

Senior

 

This year Pickands is a Thespians officer. He also plays plays percussion for marching band and symphonic band.

 

What do you love about drama?

What I love most about drama is being able to feel like I’m apart of a community. The sense of friendship and support when you’re doing things that you might not always be comfortable with is really inspiring.

 

How did you get into drama?

I originally got into it while I was living in England. I tried it out because I wanted to be more open and confident in myself. It definitely helped me open up over the years.

 

What inspires you to keep keep pursuing acting?

I think the fact that I can get other people into drama and help them find something they’re passionate in is really special. I enjoy it so much because the environment is so encouraging and welcoming.

 

Is this more of a hobby or career choice for you?

I would really like to see it become a career later. It’s been kind of a dream job for awhile now. I’m really hoping that it’ll turn into something later down the line.

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