On Thursday (10/13), we had our second meeting at St. Joe’s. This time, we met with the kids in the chapel instead of a classroom. All four students from our previous rehearsal attended, and a new student from the Dooley Center for Alternative Education joined us. We discussed the plot of the play more specifically, and we attempted to explain the complicated love triangle that occurs in Twelfth Night (this required a diagram, because even I got confused attempting to explain it). We started to gauge which students had interest in playing which parts. Due to the amount of characters in our act (a total of 10), we will have to have some of the kids double up on characters, and Matt, Eliza, and I will have to step in to read some parts as well. Luckily, most of them were excited and even requested big parts. Once we felt we were loosing their attention, we decided to wrap up rehearsal by playing some fun games.