5 things in SECRETS SO DEEP all theatre kids will recognize
Secrets So Deep by Ginny Myers Sain is a paranormal thriller about a seventeen-year-old girl returning to camp to uncover the truth of what really happened there twelve years ago, the night her mother drowned, from the author of Dark and Shallow Lies.
What kind of camp, you ask? Theatre camp, of course! And while this eerie, twisty thriller may have you hesitant to ever set foot onstage again, here are 5 things all theatre kids are sure to recognize in Secrets So Deep!
1. Rehearsal, rehearsal, rehearsal
If you have a soft spot for rehearsal taking over your life and every spare minute of it, you’ll probably love hanging out with Avril and the cast for rehearsing Midnight Music.
2. Waiting for the cast list
Let’s face it: waiting for the cast list to drop is BRUTAL. And there are ALWAYS tears.
3. Opening night jitters
Let us set the scene: you’re hanging out behind the curtain. The audience is clambering around to their seats outside. Everyone in the cast is wishing each other broken legs while simultaneously trying to go over their lines one more time. The lights go down. Is there anything better?!
If you want to experience one hell of an opening night, you’re going to want to make sure you’ve preordered Secrets So Deep asap.
4. Cast mates = soulmates
The cast of Midnight Music in Secrets So Deep is packed full of personalities and, inevitably, drama. And that’s part of why we love it! If you’ve ever been in a production with a cast that turned into your own found family, we think you’ll watching Avril find hers in Secrets So Deep.
5. Method acting is a slippery slope
Secrets So Deep pushes method acting to the very edge of danger, with plenty of twists and turns along the way as Avril becomes her character in Midnight Music.