Name: Kai’Enna Tucker
Role: Sarah Good
1. What part of being in the play makes you the most nervous?
“The thought of everyone watching is [scary] and exciting. The thought of messing up lines is also nervewracking.”
2. How important is the crew to the success of the play?
“It’s one of the most important things. If we didn’t have them, the actors would be trying to get all their props on stage by themselves, and it would just be a long, awkward process.”
3. How many lines do you have, and how long did it take you to memorize them?
“I have around five, and it took me about a day.”
4. Are you nervous about forgetting a line?
“I think I’ll be fine; what I’m more nervous about is [if] it will come out wrong or how I didn’t intend it to.”
5. What emotions do you think you’ll feel on opening night as the curtain opens?
“[I will] probably feel a lot of excitement and pride in the show and happiness that [I’ve] gotten to hang out with all of these cool people.”
6. If you could switch roles with anyone for one performance, who would it be and why?
“It would probably be with Meredith, who plays Abigail Williams, just because I love Abigail; she’s my favorite character, and I feel like I could embody her pretty well. She’s typically the type of character I go for.”
7. How do you get into character before the play starts?
“It really helps when [I] have a costume because once [I] see how put together [it is], you can see the character more than you see yourself. We have these exercises where you can say a line randomly in your character; its [one] of our little warm-up things.”