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  • Tony and Maria
  • The Jets
  • Bernardo and Riff
  • The Sharks
  • I made it in the musical my freshman year in high school. Everyone was older, and more talented than I. I felt like I didn´t belong, everyone had their own cliques and I didn´t have that many friends. They made me feel like i didn´t belong, even if they unintentionally did it.
  • All the older people knew the songs we were preforming, and had background in theater and in performance. I made some friends and we knew each other from choir so we would make small talk backstage. Even still, we had a different response from the more talented actors and actresses. Everyone was bigger and older than I was. Whether their bigger was socially or physically I didn´t feel like I fit in.
  • Everyone had their own group and I didn´t feel like I fit into any of them.
  • There were sections of the musical and cliques and groups of each type of person and their group. They might not get along with every single person or even other groups. This wasn´t only shown on stage but off it as well. Me being a newcomer didn´t help my case and I was afraid to even mess up.
  • The musical was West Side Story. The Jets vs the Sharks, and they were divided by a street. No one was able to associate with the other gang at all. Backstage where no one was playing a character there was still a divide feel, due to the fact that everyone was competitive and had different roles and social traits than the next person.
  • I was in four scenes, and one of the scenes I was able to be in was in Doc´s Corner Store. This was a scene with almost no main characters and made me feel separated from the main or majority of the cast.
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