In a play, you only get one chance, and you have to get it perfect. In a film, you can change and fix it whatever way you want, so really, there's a pretty big difference.
I got a manager, and I thought, since I was going out on auditions, I should do this for a living. Then there was this moment on set when I realized I was having a lot of fun, and I really wanted to do this forever.
I would definitely love to continue acting, and I also really enjoy school, so I would like to balance the two somehow.
If I have to go to New York or something, I'll bring my books and read and do homework. It's not really a big deal.
Barbara Ann Scott