I'm hoping to go to Moorpark and transfer to a four-year college where I can improve my acting and music skills.
ANY WORDS OF WISDOM TO LEAVE BEHIND?
I can't comprehend the amount of positive change that I've experienced in just four years. I'm sure if freshman me saw me, he wouldn't believe it. I think that joining the theater group was the best decision I've made in my life. It brought me out of a dark place I was stuck in and I've never felt better about myself and I've never had a better group of friends than I do now. Always do something that you're passionate about and never let other people put you in a box of stereotypes. Aim higher than where you think you can go and you'll be surprised how much further you'll be when you try. Never be afraid to try.
WYATT, ANY THOUGHTS, AND/OR MEMORIES YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE?
There are a lot of moments to choose from in just three years of being with the theater group. The ones I think about the most are probably when I placed semi-finals in the August Wilson monologue competition and getting confirmation that I was good at what I wanted to do, Jackson Lewis taking the first step to welcome me into the theater group, when no one else really wanted to talk to me, and all the weird, stupid, hilarious things my friends have said and done. I may have only been an ensemble member during my time here, but it meant a lot. Thank you, guys.