Comedy of Errors sounds like a funny show, right? Well, let me tell you, it was not only funny, it was hilarious both on stage and off. The show is your typical Shakespeare with quite a few mix-ups where not one but two sets of twins get confused with each other and a whole lot of snarky remarks thrown in. I played the character of Luciana, whom we chose to portray as an airheaded, loosey-goosey, kind of stupid woman. As a way of portraying the idea of women from the 40’s/50’s who were not quite all there, we chose to move my voice up quite a few octaves. This was quite the struggle. I had to spend hours working on perfecting the voice I was going to use. Once show week rolled around, I was doing everything to protect my vocal cords. I don't think that I’ve ever consumed so much tea in one week. The show was a massive success, and I even had a few people come up to me after the show and ask if that was my real voice.