NYC Trip and more….

NYC Trip and more….

Hi, everyone! I’m sorry I haven’t written in a while. About a month ago my mom and I went to New York for her post-op appointments. She’s been taking a lot longer to recover than she normally does so we didn’t do much. We did get to see Anastasia again, but only because we won the lottery tickets. It was amazing, we got to see the Wednesday matinee, but my mom forgot to take acetaminophen before we left, so she was quite uncomfortable. Despite her pain she decided to stagedoor and met four of the incredible actors. They were all so sweet and humble and one of them was shocked that it was our second time and thanked us for coming again. The two young girls were incredibly sweet and despite the fact that she had already been in a National Tour, my art was one of the girls first piece of fanmail. My mom had appointments earlier that day and then the day after, but that was it. On Friday, the day before we left, I went to an audition and unlike the usual, I enjoyed everything, including the waiting. I became friends with this one girl, Jessica, and she was super nice. After the audition we went back to the hotel and the day after, we flew home. That day was also the day of Talia’s performance of The Lion King, so boy were we tired.

Since then nothing much has happened. I’ve discovered that I’m most likely lactose intolerant, we started dog sitting my grandmother’s dog, and yesterday I got to see A Wrinkle In Time. That’s really all and I don’t want to bore you with the details. I hope everyone’s doing well.


  1. Charlotte July 13, 2019 at 2:37 pm - Reply

    Hi Alexandra, my name is Charlotte and I work with positive exposure.It sounds like you had a really fun trip. I actually live in NYC and have never seen Anastasia but after I read your post, I think I should!

  2. Charlotte October 17, 2020 at 4:01 pm - Reply

    Hi Alexandra! I love musicals so much! Anastasia must have been amazing! My name is Charlotte and I go to Cornell University. I started a club called Cameradery. Cameradery is a photography program where you partner with a Cornell student and do various photography projects together. Your work will be displayed at the Positive Exposure gallery! We are so excited about this program and would love for you to be a part of it. Please let us know if you are interested! You can contact us at or fill out this survey indicating you are interested!

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