Cup of Tea

What's your cup of tea - green tea or black, or darjeeling? (Photo credits to Alicia Ai Leng)

What’s your cup of tea – green tea or black, or darjeeling? (Photo credits to Alicia Ai Leng)

Drama directing has been my delicious cup of tea for the past few years.  It may appear as if I am diverting from my health science major… but no, it is not.  As far as I am able to tell you, I am attempting to stick, as closely as possible to the sciences.  However, what has drama got to do with the sciences, by the way?

I admit, I am no smart alec, but what I do comprehend is that drama has a lot to do with it.  Based on the social scientist’s perspective, that is.  A major fact will be that it helps relieve one’s stress after an exhausting occasion.

Fascinating as it sounds, it is even more incredible to be able to create your own Minions and prepare for them an unrelated yet intertwined road.  It feels awesome to be sitting up front somewhere – and direct!  Ah, the euphoria it makes.

Drama is useful in many forms - as stress relief and as a form of relaxation also. (Photo credits to Alicia Ai Leng)

Drama directing is useful in many forms – as stress relief and as a form of relaxation also. (Photo credits to Alicia Ai Leng)

 

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