NEWSPRINT NOW

Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

Freshman+Lindsey+Walton+studies+her+script+during+one+of+the+daily+after-school+rehearsals.+With+upcoming+performances+approaching+quickly%2C+the+cast+is+working+on+memorizing+lines+and+cues+so+that+script+books+become+unnecessary.+%28Photo+Credit%3A+Shannon+Seabolt%29
Freshman Lindsey Walton studies her script during one of the daily after-school rehearsals. With upcoming performances approaching quickly, the cast is working on memorizing lines and cues so that script books become unnecessary. (Photo Credit: Shannon Seabolt)

Freshman Lindsey Walton studies her script during one of the daily after-school rehearsals. With upcoming performances approaching quickly, the cast is working on memorizing lines and cues so that script books become unnecessary. (Photo Credit: Shannon Seabolt)

Freshman Lindsey Walton studies her script during one of the daily after-school rehearsals. With upcoming performances approaching quickly, the cast is working on memorizing lines and cues so that script books become unnecessary. (Photo Credit: Shannon Seabolt)

Shannon Seabolt, Associate Editor-in-Chief

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






“[Acting in the U of D plays and musicals] is a lot of fun. I’ve done a lot of theatre at U of D and acted at my old grade school since around 2012. In middle school, I was part of the U of D student choir for the musicals. They have the student choir for students who aren’t in high school. I’m the only freshman in the play from Mercy. There are only two other freshmen in the cast besides me and they’re both boys. [Even though I’m the only freshman], we’re all friends. It’s like a family over there. It’s fun to become a different character. I just love to act. The play that we’re doing is Up the Down Staircase and I play the character Vivian. She’s very jealous of her sister and the new teacher because they’re a lot prettier than her. She soon starts to like the new teacher and realizes that she wants to become an English teacher. I think my character is a lot like me, so I like to play her. [However,] there’s this one line in the beginning of that play that I just hate because it’s terrible English. So I’m still working on being able to pull it off.”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Photo Galleries

    Mercy freshman volleyball win over Marian

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Sports

    Dancing to success

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Lifestyle

    Teaching with a passion

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Photo Galleries

    Jumping into senior year the right way

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Sports

    Coaching conundrum

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Marlins of Mercy

    Marlins of Mercy: Clare Jones

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Photo Galleries

    Grandparents Mass

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Entertainment

    Netflix misses the mark with new teen movie

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Opinion

    Promotions Problem

  • Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton

    Photo Galleries

    Mercy takes on Arts, Beats & Eats

Mercy High School ~ Farmington Hills, Michigan
Marlins of Mercy: Lindsey Walton