Meet…Lisa "Disney" Hawkins
All things Cape Harmony!
Q: How did you hear about Cape Harmony?
A: “I saw a Facebook ad and I had no plans after I graduated, so I thought, why not?”
Q: What do you think of Cape Harmony so far as a new member?
A: “I think it’s a really awesome environment because, for one I’ve never been in an all female a cappella group before so this is a really new experience for me. I also think its great because it’s summer and we don’t have school, so we can focus solely on a cappella.”
Q: Why did you pick Glitter in the Air by Pink as your solo for the summer?
A: “When Natalie said to pick one top 40, I felt like many top 40 songs are very high energy and are catered towards bright timbre and soprano range. I have a very dark timbre and was having a hard time picking a pop song that had that sort of color, and I thought that 'Glitter in the Air' fit that very well in terms of range and emotional intensity.”
Q: What are you goals for the rest of the summer in CH?
A: I think my goal is to learn as much as I can, cause I’m really passionate about a cappella and want to make a career out of it, and this is a great way to learn about different types of a cappellla and learn about the business of a cappella, too.
Q: As a native of Alaska, what’s been the most surprising thing about life on the Cape?
A: The humidity, but I didn't notice how humid it is until I realized how fast food goes stale, and how slow things dry. I’d never experienced stale cereal before.”
More About Lisa!
Q: What was the last gift you gave someone?
A: "I have a friend who’s obsessed with pizza, and I gave her pizza earrings and pizza socks."
Q: How would your best friend describe you?
A: “I actually texted her, and she said ‘you’re easygoing, fun to be around, and one of the best people to have as a friend once you cracked your shell.’”
Q: If you could be one age forever, what age would you be and why?
A: “21, because you’re old enough to do everything, but you don’t feel old.”
Q: What’s your most embarrassing moment?
A: "Probably, when I was in a theater, and I was in the aisle seat and was trying to get out and I tripped on my own seat and went face first into the aisle. Everyone just looked at me and laughed."
Q: Tell me your ideal date in a haiku.
A: “On a warm, clear night
with some blankets on the beach
watch the sun go down”
Q: How do you like to spend a rainy day?
A: “At home, watching a classic Disney movie…so if it’s raining, guys, feel free to join me for a Disney movie.”
Q: What’s your favorite midnight snack?
A: "Chips, just because they fill you up and are satisfying in terms of flavor."
Q: Would you rather be a giant rodent or a tiny elephant?
A: "Tiny elephant, for sure. That’s like a teacup pig, but better."
Q: If you were president, what’s the first thing you would do?
A: “I’d resign. That seems like a very stressful job. Also, I’m not of legal age to become president.”
Q: If you could go on a road trip with anyone (dead or alive), who would it be and where would you go?
A: "I would go on a roadtrip with Amy Schumer, because she's hilarious and I feel like she would make any sort of situation a great story. And, we'd go to Disney World, obviously.
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Thanks so much for reading our third Member Monday post! We'll be updating you with more exciting news throughout the week.
Don't forget that this Wednesday night at 7:00pm at the Federated Church on Main St, Hyannis, we have our SECOND ANNUAL Joint Show with the Hyannis Sound. We anticipate this show will be fun, filled with great music, and sold out, so get there early!
Until next time!