Loves About Brebeuf

Theatre, Choir, and friends. The fact that everyone truly cares about each other.

Future Plans

Well, as a senior right now, it is finishing my college apps. More immediately, I am going to be in the fall play. Hopefully, I will be going to college to pursue pre-med next year.

Teams & Co-Curriculars

My team is all of my castmates from all of the Brebeuf shows I have been a part of. Although, I wouldn’t call us a team, I’d call us a family. Even when people leave Brebeuf, as I will in the coming months, we are all still a part of the Brebeuf Theatre family. That is something that is really important to me.

Brebeuf’s Gender Sexuality Alliance
NHS Officer
Shelly’s Voice Board Member
Carmel Mayor’s Youth Council
Youth Coordinator for the Hindu Temple of Central Indiana.

Also because of this list, I have a life membership to the – OSTSRTA – Overwhelmed, Stressed, Tired, and Stretched Really Thin Association.

Random Fact(s)

I am scuba certified,
I can change four tires in about 27 minutes (without power tools),
I once pulled a dead decapitated squirrel out of the back of our dryeR
I can’t do jazz hands.

In general – A moment is a medieval measurement of time equaling 1.5 minutes.

So far, the best part of senior year has been…

Being asked where I am applying to college at least 17 times a day.

Not sure how much more is needed based on how many performances are sold out, but tell us why we should be excited about this year’s Fall Play – “The Fault in our Stars.”

You should be excited for “The Fault In Our Stars” because this is a world premiere of a show at Brebeuf Jesuit. Usually, the audience simply sees the talent of the actors and the director on display, but this time the audience will experience the capabilities of Brebeuf Jesuit Theatre. Our director and alumni wrote the play adaptation, and the students have tried to bring this book to life on a stage for the first time ever.

Where would you travel if time and money weren’t an issue?

New Zealand. It is by far the most beautiful place on earth, and I think height-wise I’d fit in with the hobbits who live there.

What is your silliest or most irrational fear?

Well I have trypophobia, which is the fear of holes. Yes, it is a real thing. I would explain it, but thinking about it for too long starts to freak me out. If you are curious look it up, but if you think you have it DO NOT LOOK AT GOOGLE IMAGES.

What is something you have learned in the last week?

Our heart sends out an electromagnetic field that other people and organisms can perceive.

What are some small things that make your day better?

I learned this one from a good friend, but hot chocolate can really turn my day around. A conversation with my cousins and freshmen trying to figure out what period it is. The last one is just really amusing because they are naive enough to think that eventually they’ll figure out our schedule.

What is your current favorite show or series on TV, Netflix, etc?

Queer Eye. Every episode makes me cry in the best way possible.

What is the maximum number of salad dressings a person should have in their refrigerator?

If you have more than four salad dressings you have a problem. Like, seriously, get some help.