Blyth is a storyteller who loves the challenge of creating his stories for performance. Super Voices will be the third Realwheels community project in which Blyth has participated.
Liesl: How long have you been with Realwheels?
Blyth: This will be my third time. The first two times were with James Sanders and this time it is with Jeffrey.
Liesl: What is the difference between the two directors?
Blyth: They are very similar. Jeffrey has a good eye for reading people and helping them improve how they project themselves. Jeffrey is teaching us breathing and how to stay focused on our performance. James has has a lot of charisma and is good at psyching up the group. Both are very talented.
Liesl: What is your performance?
Blyth: My super power is surviving manic depression. I connect with it on a spiritual level, and then talk about my skills and interests and attitudes. Then, I speak about the importance of wheeling on a daily basis, and weightlifting.
Liesl: Is there an element that brings the group performance together?
Blyth: There is a sequence of moves that is coordinated. It’s a more theatrical performance. Last year, there was a more musical element tying it together, between each speech.
Blyth: (As smile bursts out) I’m looking forward to trying to give it a shot!
Liesl: Do you get nervous? [Read more…]