Bubbly Like Champagne

Personalities bubbling like champagne are describedas vivacious, spritely, spirited, and lively.  Always upbeat,these people seem to have an overabundance ofenergy and vitality.

vivacious | adjective

lively in temper, conduct or spirit. Synonyms: animated, frisky, jaunty, perky, pert, sprightly, spring.

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As I read this definition and the synonyms for vivacious, the words remind me of one of my favorite Broadway actresses, Kristin Chenoweth.

Singer, actor, and comedienne, Chenoweth displays her trademark vivacity in all phases of her life.  Her interviews are energetic and lively, and those qualities seem to come from an inner happiness and spirit.

Her memoir, A Little Bit Wicked,reveals her spunky attitude and her love of life.  Through her use of authentic stories and memories, Chenoweth reveals the vivacious attitude and persona she has possessed since childhood.

Using famous stars and persons known to you because of their public life is a good way to find the personality you need for a particular character.  Reading their stories is helpful as well.

And with today’s technology we are able to watch them at any time on YouTube and other media available to us.

So, it sounds like there is not a good reason for not finding the right qualities for that next character!

Note:  I am traveling April 25th through 29th and will not have Internet access.  I will respond to your comments as I can when I return.

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8 thoughts on “Bubbly Like Champagne

  1. Great post Sherrey thank you and into the dossier you go! Truly, I am inspired by your voice you give in characterisation.I wish you a wonderful trip wherever you are going. Safely there, safely back and the best time in between.

    1. Susan, I’m becoming very comfortably in the dossier. I’m inspired by your encouraging comments. We made it safely there and back and in between we revelled in good family moments. Will share more later in a post.

  2. This is great! But even likening a personality with champagne would help with characterisation. Seems to all point to having a physical focus, to give an idea substance on the page.

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