Walgreens Expressions Challenge


What is the Expressions Challenge? 

  • The Walgreen Company is once again having the Expressions Challenge.
  • This challenge was created for students to have a voice, express their art, and express themselves in a creative way.
  • Last year more than 1,600 students participated in the challenge and every year it seems to get better. The goal of the challenge is to express positivity through behavior so that there are more positive outcomes.
  • They want students to express how today’s issues influence their health, academics, and wellness.

What Can You Win?

  • Contest winners, teachers, and schools get cash, prizes, and public recognition. Over $25,000 in cash and prizes are given away to individuals that participate in the Expressions Challenge organization.
  • The first place winner receives $3,000. ($2,000 for student, $500 for school, and $500 for teacher.)
  • The second place winner gets $1,750. ($1,250 for student and $500 for the teacher.)
  • You are eligible if you are a current high school student.

What Is the Topic & Genre?

  • Suggested topics are abstinence, self-esteem, sexual responsibility, abstinence, sexting, STD prevention, AIDS awareness, and teen pregnancy.
  • You can write an essay, poem, short story, use graphic design, paint, create a sculpture, photography, create a video, record a song, or rap.
  • You can submit one entry per category: creative writing, media arts, or multimedia.
  • You can work in a group up to 5 people (but then you would have to split the cash prize).
  • The qualifications include originality, writing style, quality of work, adherence to contest and category guidelines.
  • You may not enter a piece of work with explicit images, profane language, nudity, any form of discrimination, or the Walgreens brand/logo.


  • October 1, 2016: Expressions Challenge Begins Public Voting Opens
  • November 30, 2016: Expressions Challenge Ends Public Voting Closes
  • December 1, 2016: Judging Round 1
  • December 12, 2016: Judging Round 1 Ends
  • December 15, 2016: Judging Round 2 Begins
  • December 19, 2016: Judging Round 2 Ends
  • December 30, 2016: Winner Notification Begins
  • December 22, 2016: Winner Notification Ends
  • January 2016: Award Ceremony St.Louis


Glossary of Terms, (See Packet from Class)

  • Abstinence — The practice of refraining from some or all aspects of sexual activity for medical, psychological, legal, social, financial, philosophical, moral or religious reasons.
  • Adolescent Sexuality — Refers to sexual feelings, behavior and development in adolescents and is a stage of human sexuality. Sexuality is often a vital aspect of teenagers’ lives. The sexual behavior of adolescents is, in most cases, influenced by their culture’s norms and mores, their sexual orientation, and the issues of social control such as age of consent laws.
  • AIDS — Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome — Immune system failure and debilitation, resulting in severe and eventually fatal illness; caused by HIV infection.
  • At-Risk Sexual Behaviors — According to a report prepared for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services the younger the age of first sexual intercourse, the greater the risk of unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. This is because those who begin having sex at young ages are generally exposed to risk for a longer time, are less likely to use contraception, generally have more sexual partners, and tend to engage in higher risk sexual behaviors such as alcohol or drug use prior to sexual intercourse and having multiple concurrent sexual partners. It must be recognized as well that early intercourse is frequently not voluntary.
  • Birth Control — Control the number of children born; preventing or lessening the chance of pregnancy.
  • Contraception — Deliberate prevention of conception.
  • Cyber-bullying — The use of the internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner.
  • Gender Identity — A person’s private sense of, and subjective experience of, their own gender. This is generally described as one’s private sense of being a man or a woman, consisting primarily of the acceptance of membership into a category of people.
  • HIV — Human Immunodeficiency virus; the body lacks the ability to mount a normal immune response to infection; the virus that causes AIDS
  • Safe Sex — Sexual activity engaged in by people who have taken precautions to protect themselves against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as HIV/AIDS. It is also referred to as safer sex or protected sex, while unsafe or unprotected sex is sexual activity engaged in without precautions.
  • Sexting — Sending sexually explicit messages and/or photographs, primarily between mobile phones. The term is a “mash-up” of the terms sex and texting.
  • Sexual Education — Two main forms of sex education are taught in American schools: comprehensive and abstinence-only. Comprehensive sex education covers abstinence as a positive choice, but also teaches about contraception and avoidance of STIs when sexually active.
  • Sexual Self-Concept — Developing a sexual self-concept is an important development step during adolescence. This is when adolescents try to make sense and organize their sexual experiences so that they understand the structures and underlying motivations for their sexual behavior.
  • Sexual Health — Health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Reproductive health, or sexual health/hygiene, addresses the reproductive processes, functions and system at all stages of life.
  • Sexual Orientation — is an enduring personal quality that inclines people to feel romantic or sexual attraction (or a combination of these) to persons of the opposite sex or gender, the same sex or gender, or to both sexes or more than one gender.
  • Sexual Responsibility — To be capable of making moral, practical, or rational decisions about sexual activity. To be answerable for one’s behavior regarding sexual activity.
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) — Sexually transmitted diseases (STD), also referred to as sexually transmitted infections (STI) and venereal diseases (VD), are illnesses that have a significant probability of transmission between humans by means of human sexual behavior, including vaginal intercourse, oral sex, and anal sex.
  • Teen Dating Violence — They physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional violence within a dating relationship. While dating, domestic and sexual violence affect women regardless of their age, teens and young women are especially vulnerable. Young people ages 12 to 19 experience the highest rates of rape and sexual assault, and people age 18 and 19 experience the highest rates of stalking.

How to Submit

  • Share a Google Doc
  • Visit the contest website here
  • Click “sign up with your e-mail address”
  • Enter your name, e-mail, and password –> then check your e-mail
  • Click the link in your e-mail
  • Enter your e-mail and password on the website, then enter the information it asks for
  • Check your personal e-mail for the PDF version of your parent consent form, sent by Mrs. O’Donnell
  • Upload your parent consent form on your application
  • Check your personal e-mail for the Word or PDF form of your entry, sent by Mrs. O’Donnell; then upload it to your application
  • To be entered in the Visual Arts category, entrants must upload original artwork along with a title and a caption
  • To be entered in the Media Arts category, entrants must upload a photo or video along with a title and caption
  • To be entered in the Creative Writing category, entrants must upload an original essay or poem with a title and a caption
  • Video submissions must not exceed 180 seconds (3 minutes) in length
  • Video submission files must be no larger than 1 GB in size and in one of the following formats: mp4, mov, wmv, avi
  • Art or Photo submissions must be no larger than 1 GB and in one of the following formats: jpg, png, or gif
  • Essay or Poem submissions must be at least 500 words but must not exceed 1,000 words
  • Only original music created by or music licensed by the entrant will be allowed in his/her video
  • If you enter as a group, you need to download the Group Entry Form on the website
  • Individual Entrant, not entering the contest as a Group, must be able to provide a release form for each person appearing in his/her video or photo submission of his/her entry. Sponsor must be able to contact each person appearing in the potential winner’s video or photo. Download the Appearance Release Form at the website  
  • You will be disqualified if your entry includes commercial products such as clothing, toys, food and/or their trademarks, brands, logo, or endorsements
  • You will be disqualified if your entry includes any third party materials (including but not limited to music) that may otherwise violate or infringe any of the following: Copyright, trademark, logo, or mark that identifies a brand or other proprietary right of any person living or deceased, clothing that is worn in the video or photo or artwork should not contain any visible logos, drawings, cartoons, phrases, trademarks or other third-party materials


The ABCEDARIUS + Passions

Students at GCAA were given this final assignment for their creative nonfiction unit:

You will write a personal essay combining factual information and personal anecdotes. You may choose to do research for your factual information or it may just be information you already know based on your life experiences. The point of writing a personal essay in an ABECEDARIUS format including factual information is to write about yourself, but sideways, from a specific, creative, interesting angle.

Your personal essay will take the form of an ABECEDARIUS and it needs to be a minimum of 10 pages. Keep in mind that you can make lists as part of your ABC entries. Or for letter Q you can write a little quiz for your reader, as demonstrated in the sample essay we read. Some of your letters could be poems or raps. If you choose to make each letter the same length, 10 pages = 2-3 letters a page, as 26/10 = 2.6. Or you can challenge yourself to write a page for each letter and make it 26 pages.

See one of the following ABCEDARIUS essays:


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Are there only two options?
Pro-life or pro-choice?
Is it one or the other? Or neither?
Take the life of a child?
Or the life of a woman?
How about pro-both?
The belief that you can’t stand for life
Of an unborn child
If you stand for the life
Of a working woman
Is entirely ridiculous.
There is not one situation of pregnancy
Without an urgency
In some way.
Of a fetus, baby—I mean, clump of cells.
Life isn’t
Yes or no
This or that
The value of life isn’t restricted
To that of a woman’s
Nor that of a child.
But the importance of choices
Cannot be overrated.
Stop narrowing down opinions
Whittling down thoughts and specific cases
Until you are left with
Two frail pieces of idea
With no reason or logistics.
Shut down Planned Parenthood despite them.
Swallow the lies
To protect YOUR truth.
Because “religion” to protect the life
Of something you could care less about
Is like everything else.
Mine or nothing.
Ignorance isn’t bliss.
Ignorance is choosing:
“Pro-life or pro-choice?”

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Makes 10 servings of ill-natured children
Cook time: 18 years

1 cup of begging your child to do things
2 ½ cups of zero punishment
A teaspoon of unnecessary aggression
¼ cup of the “no-spanking policy”
5 tablespoons of bad role model
A pinch of fear

*Be sure to never make them clean up their own mess.

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-We don’t have real holidays. Just excuses to get drunk and make mistakes. If we do celebrate a holiday with tradition, most don’t even know how it originated.

-We don’t understand the concept of interacting with people face-to-face. Everything is texting and calling. We’ve lost almost all sense of community. Countries like Africa, India, China, Myanmar all live in a way that SHOULD be desirable to us. Their neighbors and friends are family. When one is in need, an entire village is there to help.

-Our music doesn’t have much meaning anymore, aside from sex, money, and drugs. Go to almost any other country and listen to music that translates to stories of love, triumph, nature, etc. This isn’t to say that there isn’t any dirt in it. There is industry like that everywhere, but most countries have more creative and uplifting messages to send.

-Language. Almost every non-English speaking country has another, more respectful, form of speech used specifically for occasions when one converses with an elder or someone “higher up”. Sure, there is slang. But people seem more aware of the right situations for it in countries abroad, than here in the States. Somehow, people around here think it is perfectly acceptable to speak to their grandmother the way they speak to their “homies”.

-People here don’t understand how incredibly blessed they are to have the things they do. It is always about buying things you don’t need because you think it will make you happy or successful. Even some of the lowest class citizens have more to be thankful for than an entire South Indian village, but somehow, they know how to be thankful and happy without a flat-screen TV or the next iPhone.

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  1. Depression is a mental illness. It is not expected of you to be able to turn it on or off. Cut off anyone who makes you feel like you should be able to do that.
  2. It’s not your fault. Despite what anyone tells you, there is no such thing as a “mess up.” You are perfect the way you are.
  3. There is no such thing as “normal.” Normal is whatever you tell yourself it is. Try not to set standards for yourself. If we were all meant to look, act, and feel the same, the world would be a very boring place.
  4. There are going to be days where you feel like nothing. Where you feel like doing nothing, saying nothing, and feeling nothing. That comes with depression. Know that it is okay to ask for help and to talk about these feelings. In fact, it is very helpful.
  5. Surround yourself with the sort of influences that build you up instead of tear you down. If, at any point, someone or something seems to be making you feel like less important or less than the beautiful person that you are, make the decision to cut those people of. If you have a hard time doing that, again, ask for help.

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Everyone thinks that you can’t have religion if you believe in the theory of evolution. The idea that humans, and all of creation, evolved over time. This is huge misconception. I know many scientists that were very strong Christians. There is no boundary that lies between the two. Even the Big Bang Theory goes hand in hand with this. God created the earth, but started with light. Boom. Light. In the Bible, God created the earth in seven “days.” Now, the word that we see on the pages of the Holy Book says “day,” but in the original script the word used was just a measurement of time. It did not necessarily mean 24 hours. So one “day” could really be an entire era. In conclusion, there is no such thing as “evolution vs. religion.”

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Are you a FAKE FEMINIST? Take the Quiz!

  1. Do you constantly blame men for various world-wide societal problems? (“Men are always rapists;” “Men only want us to fail”)
  2. Do you hate it when the man on the date insists on paying the bill?
  3. Are you offended when someone holds the door open for you?

If you answered yes to any of the three questions above, you are a fake feminist. Feminism is about gender equality. Not sexism. Besides, men can be feminists just as women can.

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A system in which white men work to gain more power and money for themselves, while complaining about the poverty in the places they have taken from. A structure built on great ideals, but ideals that are ignored or interpreted to the white man’s benefit.

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Problem created and unresolved thanks to an ignorant and lazy government. People believe that homelessness is due to bad decisions on the individual’s part (drugs, alcoholism, etc.), but a large percentage of the homeless population is where it is because of the city and state government. People will get laid off and become unable to pay rent and get evicted. Some people are running from unhealthy and abusive relationships. Another large percentage of the homeless population have mental illnesses and families who just don’t want to take care of them. People are ignorant to the real reason for problems like this. Ignorance isn’t a bad thing. It’s when ignorance turns into arrogance, prejudice, and hatred that it becomes a problem.

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My absolute favorite place. Culture. Tradition. Family ideals. Gorgeous landscapes, monuments, temples. Diverse people, tongues, dialects. Happy sigh…

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No words. Except…

  • The Invisible Man (2018)
  • Gnomeo and Juliet: Sherlock Gnomes (2018)
  • The Libertine (2017)
  • Fortunately, the Milk (2017)
  • Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2016)
  • Black Mass (2015)
  • Mortdecai (2015)
  • Yoga Hosers (2015)
  • Into the Woods (2014)
  • Transcendence (2014)
  • The Lone Ranger (2012)
  • Paul McCartney: My Valentine (2012)
  • Dark Shadows (2012)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)

And like…a million more. 🙂

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Can’t use anything else for my ears or they will swell up to the size of raisins (which doesn’t sound very impressive, but when they turn the same shade…)

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Can’t stand those freaky gays taking over your block with their rainbow flags?
Can’t stand the amount of attention those she-males are getting?
Can’t imagine having to share a restroom with one of these creeps?
Well I’ve got just the thing for you!!!

*drum roll*

A reality check. This is the world we live in. A world where ignorant idiots like you attempt to depict what is the correct way of living. You are only making yourself miserable. Don’t try to chalk it up to religion. You know that’s not why you act this way. God never once said “judge the people around you.” In fact, He said the opposite. We are supposed to leave that to Him. You only act this way because you are scared to accept that there are other ways to love than what you are comfortable with. It’s okay to be uncomfortable, but it is not okay to judge someone else for what and who they love.

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MUSIC THEORY…a love poem ❤

You are my tonic ❤
I always coda back to you ❤
You save me from deceptive cadences ❤
You transpose my life for the better…key ❤
You are my chorus ❤
You are my first, second, and third inversion ❤
But not fourth…that’s only for 7th chords ❤
My heart crescendos at your contrary motion ❤
You are my Ionian and my Locrian. ❤
I’ll even put up with your annoying relative minors ❤
Because…you are my tonic. ❤

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What I will become if Donald Trump becomes president.

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I am not an object
Created for your visual enjoyment.
Is not my employment.
My body is a temple
Of self-doubt and insecurities
Thanks to you and your
“Fat body remedies.”
I am not reusable.
I am not an object.

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A show, full of crime-fighting idiots, punny jokes, and pineapples (for the road).

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Q: Finding Something That Starts with It

-To begin, search google for “words starting with Q”.
-Realize that this much too broad a search and narrow things down.
-Isobel suggests “quail” but I have no such passion for tiny birds.
-I tell her to mind her “P’s and Q’s”.
-Search “quadrolingual” because you want to prove your side of an argument.
-No one wins the argument but you still need a passion starting with “Q”.
-Give up and write a not-so-funny tutorial on how to find a passion that starts with “Q”.

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DO NOT use them around me. If we aren’t close, I won’t say anything, but you can be sure I am planning your death (not really). But seriously, whether or not the stereotype is one that regularly proves to be true, it’s irrelevant. You should never shove a person into tiny boxed categories. Everyone is different, despite cultural norms. If you are meeting someone of a different culture, avoid questions based off of racial stereotypes. Chances are, you will offend them, but more likely, you’ll just look ignorant.

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Something created by people who:

  1. Never intended to take one
  2. Think everyone learns the same way
  3. Wish very much for you to fail

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TEA: Sweetened with Honey

If the house is empty of all honey…there is no tea. I will not drink tea that is sweetened with sugar. A spoon full of sugar may help the medicine go down…but certainly not the tea.

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Pugs. Unless the pug is mixed with something else, I will NOT call it “cute.”

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  • Something to be respected.
  • It’s not easy to have a completely different diet than the majority of the world.
  • Something to take seriously.
  • Don’t call yourself vegetarian but make excuses for every time you want to eat meat.
  • There are different types. Learn em’.
  • Vegan, Lacto Veg, Ovo Veg, Lacto-Ovo Veg, Pollotarian, Pescatarian, Flexitarian, etc.

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Just don’t do it.

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The way I like my caramel macchiato.
With x-tra caramel.

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The worst color of all colors.
I would choose puce over yellow.
It makes people too happy.
Blue should be the happy color.
Yellow should be the color people use
To describe that feeling you get when you
Step in dirty water with socks on.

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I have come to the conclusion that I will be the first to die. No doubt. Don’t try to save me or have me on your team of zombie-killing gangstas; I’ll get everyone killed.

Carnivore’s Nightmare

Here’s another creative nonfiction piece imitating David and Amy Sedaris’s “Relationship Quiz” published in The New Yorker in 1997.

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Carnivore’s Dilemma

  1. You have made the decision to no longer eat meat. You have eaten meat for 15 years, but now you must consider the animals. Your best friend invites you to her birthday party: a BBQ. You…

a) You decide to go; you have self-control
b) Tell your friend they are killing animals
c) Go, but bring your own food
d) Arrange a group of animal rights protesters to show up at their birthday party

2. The party is done but you forgot to bring a gift. Thinking long and hard about what to get your friend, you…

a) Give her a brochure on how to go vegetarian
b) Write her an e-mail explaining how much she means to you, but you accidentally rant about how inconsiderate she is
c) Send her a veggie burger to make her understand
d) Ignore it; a carnivore has no business being your friend

3. Uh oh… Your friend didn’t respond well to your gift. She asks to meet you for lunch at a nearby restaurant. When you arrive, your friend has already ordered for you. A steak is sitting in front of you. You…

a) Dive in; the meat looks delicious
b) Put the steak in a doggy bag; you’ll give it to a homeless shelter
c) Throw the steak like a frisbee across the table at your friend
d) Light it on fire.

4. Things are heating up. You and your friend are in an argument. Everyone in the restaurant is looking at you. You take this time to…

a) Say sorry
b) Dramatically walk out
c) Force your waiter to be the moderator of the argument
d) Make a speech about animal rights for everyone in the restaurant

5. The restaurant staff are getting angry with how you handled the situation. They ask you to leave. You decide to…

a) Walk out; it’s not worth it
b) Try to reason with the staff
c) Get up on a table and sing “I’m Not Going” from Dreamgirls

6. The staff escorts you out the door. You aren’t happy with them man-handling you. You plot your revenge by…

a) Writing bad reviews of the restaurant on Yelp
b) Arrange an animal rights protest outside the restaurant
c) Poison the meat that comes into the restaurant
d) Sabotage the cooking equipment in the restaurant

7. You’ve been arrested for your revenge. You believe you are innocent. You plan to get out of police custody by…

a) Pleading innocent at your trial
b) Flirting with the guard they’ve given you
c) Picking the lock
d) Faking a stroke

You end up in the hospital. Being a vegetarian was supposed to be healthier. 

Are You a Prima or Nah?

What Is Creative Nonfiction?

”It’s always interesting – and somewhat annoying – when a vocabulary term is defining something it is not. Nonfiction is a broad category that includes history, guides on caring for your new pet kookaburra, sociology, books on wine making nd cycling and weather. All nonfiction. This kind of writing uses summarizing, instruction, reporting, and telling to get its points across. Creative nonfiction is always about the real, true, known world. However, it specifically refers to a kind of creative writing that uses the conventions of fiction in order to tell a true story. Instead of reporting, analyzing, explaining, or describing, which is what you do in straight nonfiction or essay writing, creative nonfiction relies heavily on the technique of scene making – letting the reader see the story, instead of being told about it. In creative nonfiction, the reader is transported visually and emotionally – the reader is in a scene. The story plays out as a movie in the reader’s mind’s eye, instead of appealing to the reader’s intellect alone.

There are two subcategories of within creative nonfiction: memoir and researched creative nonfiction. In both forms the writer uses images, scenes, metaphors, dialogue, and pattern. Creative nonfiction shows a writer expanding and questioning perceptions, learning more about the world and the self. In memoir, you tell a story from your own life in order to help the reader see his or her own life in a new, richer way. Researched work (sometimes called new journalism) combines facts and imagination in order to create scenes. As with fiction, creative nonfiction can be almost any length, from a paragraph-long micro-essay to a book.”

  • The Practice of Creative Writing, Heather Sellers

Check out this creative nonfiction piece modeled off Amy Sedaris and David Sedaris’ “Relationship Quiz.”

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Are You a Prima or Nah?

  1. Dance class you…

a) show up an hour early and stretch
b) you arrive on time
c) show up two minutes late
d) you never left because you live there.

  1. What do you wear?

a) expressive leotard
b) a leotard from Walmart
c) a large t-shirt
d) nothing

  1. How do you wear you hair?

a) a bun
b) French twist
c) a wig
d) your black and you have a fro

  1. So you injure your foot and can’t perform. Do you….

a) go to the doctor
b) perform an ancient healing ritual
c) put glass in someone else’s shoe so you’ll have someone to talk to
d) set fire to the rain

  1. The cast list was just posted and you find out you’re an understudy for the part you really wanted. Do you…

a) try you hardest to improve
b) make up a rumor that the person is sleeping with the director
c) commit suicide
d) threaten the director’s life by way of fire

  1. It’s time for curtain call and someone stole your costume. You…

a) steal someone else’s
b) don’t bow
c) go out there naked
d) cut up someone’s stuff so no one will have costumes

  1. After the show everyone goes out to eat but you’re not invited. You…

a) don’t go and rehearse some more
b) invite yourself
c) throw your own party and invite them
d) secretly poison them at the restaurant

  1. You gained 5 pounds and it’s the morning of your second fitting. Do you…

a) make your self throw up
b) sneak into the costume room and adjust your costume.
c) give everybody weight gain pills
d) go work out

  1. You are willing to kill anyone to get what you want

a) true
b) false

  1. You’re at an audition and you see your best friend and they’re killing it but you really want this part. You’re holding a water bottle in your hand. Do you….

a) squirt the water on the floor
b) throw it at their heads
c) cheer them on

11. Are you a good dancer?

a) true
b) false
c) blind the “b”

12. You have shattered your hip and can no longer dance. You

a) accept it and move on
b) you become a dance teacher
c) you put your brain in someone else’s body
d) blind the “b”

If the majority of your answers are D you are psychopath and have what it takes to be a prima ballerina.