My time as an intern was a challenging experience, but so much fun. I got to meet so many people from communities across the state, from parents, business owners and sponsors, to kids from all walks of life. It was truly a privilege to be able to work, and share my experience, with the kids. One of the biggest things I learned was to be flexible. Things didn’t have to be perfect to be good. Each production we put on was amazing, because everyone worked hard, had fun, and came at it with enthusiasm. I had also never been on the production end, so working on getting posters out, talking to sponsors, and helping to organize community events allowed me to see some of the behind the scenes stuff that goes into every production that I hadn’t really thought about. It was super fun to watch it all come together!