Caroline Hawthorne, acting freshman, deserves attention for her versatility on stage, as well as her many musical talents, including rapping, singing, and playing the kazoo.
Q: What song describes your life?
A: Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except for Me and my Monkey – The Beatles. The title says it all. Plus, my inner critic is named Monkey
Q: If you could invent another sense, what would it be?
A: A sense of self
Q: If you had to make one part of your body a different color, which body part and what color would you choose?
A: I don’t want to say which part of the body I’d choose, so I’ll say fingernails and light pink.
Q: You just named your child after whatever you’re thinking about right now. What is your kid’s name?
Q: What is your go-to fun fact?
A: When I was younger, I was extremely shy and not good at talking to people, so I had to go into a special class to get over my shyness.
Q: What is a fun fact that is not your go-to fun fact?
A: When I was younger, I had a single on iTunes because I won a contest. My friend’s mom was a musician and had a contest where we could change the lyrics to a song. I won and got to be included on the CD. Mine was pretty good. Nobody else gave a shit about the narration my friend Jasmine did. Wait, okay now I’m curious. Is it on iTunes? Oh, it is. Oh no. I’m going to use my gift card to buy it. Oh my god this is on my iPod now. I’ll be laying in bed, and this shit will come on. What have I done? Please don’t look this up.
To find Caroline’s song, search “Share My Dream – Caroline Hawthorne” on iTunes, or follow this link and click on track 10: “Share My Dream [Caroline Hawthorne adaptation”
I also have some rap videos and kazoo videos, and I made a sequel to Waiting for Godot that doesn’t have anything to do with Waiting for Godot. Oh, god. This is why I’m single.
Q: Flower or flour?
A: Flour because I love baked goods and food.
Q: What is your least favorite road sign?
A: My wonderful friend Catherine drove me to the airport at 4 in the morning. There was a graveyard, and right after that, there was a sign that said, “Have a safe flight.” I guess that’s my least favorite.
Q: Tell me about the first George you can think of.
A: There was this kid named George Schreiber, and he was in Los Angeles youth theatre with me. He is now a math major at UCLA and really attractive. Good for him. George, if you’re reading this, call me.
Q: Describe the first meal you remember.
Q: Minivan or sea horse?
A: Sea horse
Q: What is the most under appreciated animal?
A: I don’t think narwhals get enough credit. They had one big hurrah with the narwhals song, but nobody talks about them anymore. That makes me sad.
Q: Describe yourself in five words.
A: Independent, funny, eccentric, unique, intelligent
Q: Is there anything else you’d like to say?
A: Here are the roles I played last semester: A ministers wife. Then, I stuck coffee up my butt. Then, I was a drug addict. Then, I was a sex phone operator. Then, I was an elf. My mom tells me that this picture captures my essence.