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12 February 2008 @ 05:31 pm
Various things...  
Little Harry Potter starsign-thing.

(July 23 - August 22)
The Lion. Fixed, fire, yang - planetary ruler: the Sun. Keywords: "I WILL"

Leo is the fifth sign of the zodiac and rules the back, the spine, and the heart. Positive traits include creativity, charisma, generosity, warmth, enthusiasm, a natural talent for leadership, and a great deal of inner power; negative traits are haughtiness, snobbery, an expectation that one is the centre of attention and should be waited on by everyone else, profligacy, lack of realism, dominance that can lead to bullying, and a refusal to change one's mind even in the face of solid facts.

The according houses are HERE. I don't know if I'm supposed to pick by what I like most or anything... but it's fun.

EDIT: Checked the quiz on the site:


Ravenclaw Leos are brilliant scholars, loudly adding to classroom discussions and impressing others with the breadth, if not depth, of their knowledge. Many find themselves attracted, as well, to positions on the Quidditch team, partly because this lets them use their abundant energy, partly because it allows them to hog the limelight for a few hours while everybody in their House cheers them on. Their optimism and charisma make them friends everywhere, regardless of House affiliation, and their creativity makes them highly inventive in the laboratory. On the other hand, they are prone to fat egos and intellectual arrogance, and this can be intensely annoying. Emotional maturity will eventually teach them that they don't know everything, and sometimes it's best to let other people speak up and take the credit.

Sort Me!


Picked by shironezumi

Pick 10 people and give them the "you make my day" award. If you're picked, you are charged with picking 10 of your own.


Most of you have been (lj)friends for quite long, with some of you I had an instant connection. Though I can't talk to all of you regularly (anymore) I hope we'll stay in contact for still quite long.


Now... Anyone got suggestions what auditions are like?
Any suggestions for monologues (not longer than 3 minutes) from a) Shakespeare, Elizabethian/Jacobean playwright b) modern author. Depending on whether I get turned down for medicine for April I'll apply at the RADA. Crazy, I know. But I never was anything else, was I?
( Have you seen my meds? )
planetkiller: slytherinplanetkiller on February 13th, 2008 03:22 am (UTC)

Sort Me!

Told you Capricorn was Slytherin sign. :p

*huggles* Thank you! If you've been picked twice, does that mean you've to do twenty? *contemplates*

If your audition is like mine, it's scary. And you walk in all alone in front of a panel of three or four people. But I think the scary helps. I always do better when I'm terrified than when I'm not. I think you should work on Viola's speech and maybe find a funny one from one of his comedies. Then work on it 'til you figure out which you're better at. And I already suggested Our Town. Maybe you could also try to find a funny play and learn a monologue from that? That way you'd be prepared with one funny monologue and one dramatic monologue and really be able to show a range.
noctuabundanoctuabunda on February 13th, 2008 11:09 am (UTC)
Aaawww... *huggles* Thank you.

About the monologue... the modern one... how about something from "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead"?
That's almost some kind of Shakespeare spoof, and quite funny, I've been told.