Favorite food: To eat, pizza
Favorite television series: Power
Favorite artist: Justin Timberlake
Favorite genre: Hip hop/rap
Bryan Paredes (born February 19,1997) is an aspiring rap artist, songwriter, and actor. He is also a member of the rap group Rated-R. He is enrolled at Lehman College in the Bronx. He is of Dominican decent. Bryan has been Benny in Guys n' Dolls, Dr. Gibbs in Our Town, and Stewpot in South Pacific. He is also currently working on the Gunna Shots EP along with Rated-R.
Roz works at a school in the hood/gutter/ghetto/war zone. Roz's day-to-day teaching experience is completely different from Molly's, who works in a private all girls school as a guidance counselor. Molly tries to sympathize, yet compare her situation with Roz.
The relationship between these two was very compelling. The facts that were presented, to me, were so heartwarming, even though I wasn’t sure if they were all that true. Like the first part of the play was when Andre was 12 years old and met Mr. Beckett because Beckett owed his next door neighbor (Andre’s father) a favor...
Also, the show encouraged the audience to get on the set and check it out before and after the show. It was a very messy room. There were type writers and papers and balls of yarn and a very fly fur coat. I need a fur coat. This set was like a museum exhibit, like I had dived into another time and place.
Don’t You F**king Say a Word was sad. It was funny, but man seeing how guys get on a court (that isn’t even close to major leagues) is deep.
Anyways. I didn’t really have an appetite that day. But my mouth could not resist getting watery. They just mentioned the right things at the right time. They should definitely be sponsored by a couple food brands because dinner after this show was going to be unbelievable… or, so I thought.
Most of the characters that fell victim to the Towers falling were going through major life changes. It always seems like I’m being read a script to an action film when people tell me about 9/11. I could never imagine such a thing. I really feels like it could only happen in the movies.
Luckily, the deceased gentlemen in this show who was a "collector of women" was discovered having multiple relationships long after he was dead. He was a "wife and a mistress" kind of guy. MY DOGG!! This story...is...craaaaazy....and engaging. So, this guy is dead and his funeral is the next day.
James was a man that ran on passion and love. He grew frustrated when his book was not accepted by any publishing companies. I'm talking over 50 publishing companies. That is one of my biggest fears myself, to not be accepted in the world that I love.
Aisha and Aidan, two scientists, are working on a vaccine for the latest deadly virus for a big pharmaceutical company stationed in Africa. The sad truth of the politics behind the medical/pharmaceutical field are exposed.
It seemed like something really strange was going to happen and then the crooked city councilman was murdered. The lights went out during his speech and the man was shot. He laid on a chair while the rest of the cast panicked and rambled. I was just like “yo he just go shot can someone call an ambulance” and that was the last thing they did LMFAOO.