Old Shep, My Pal: Interview for Rachel Turner
Q: What are some of your favorite hobbies?
A: Acting is my favorite.
Q: How did you feel when Wallace Wallace started to take over the play?
A: I felt very angry, stressed out, I just wanted him to leave.
Q: How did you feel when you were writing to famous actress, Julia Roberts?
A: Well I knew she wasn’t going to read it personally but it felt good to be communicating with Julia Roberts, actress to actress.
Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Q: When did you change during this book?
A: When Wallace got banned from the play.
Q: What is important to you?
A: My friends, family, my acting career.
Q: How do you feel when Julia Roberts writes back to you?
A: Shocked that she was reading my letters personally and actually sent a letter back.
Q: Were you getting mad at Trudi Davis for ignoring the fact that Wallace Wallace was taking over the play because she had a big crush on him?
Old Shep, My Pal: Article for Rachel Turner
Rachel Turner’s Acting Career Gets Flipped Upside Down When Football Hero, Wallace Wallace Takes Part in Drama Club.
When Wallace Wallace, football hero, gets detention and has to make up some work during drama club practices he decides to change everything. And Rachel Turner, president of drama club does not like it. She says she loves acting and later in her life hopes to be an actress. She says she felt angry and stressed when Wallace Wallace started taking over the play. She tried to tell her teacher, and director of the play. But when Mr. Fogelman tells the cast the play is going back to normal everyone quits so he has no choice but to let Wallace Wallace help. To Rachel it was also no help that her best friend, Trudi Davis, didn’t care what was happening to the play, mostly because she liked Wallace...