Life Should Be A Musical is an actress, techie, musician, and a [[UsefulNotes/{{Mathematics}} math]] major.


!!This Troper is an example of the following tropes:

* [[AllGaysLoveTheater All Queer People Love Theater]]: Yes.
* BiTheWay: Er, [[UsefulNotes/{{Bisexual}} Pan]] The Way.
* CrosscastRole: Frequently. Try not to think about the UnfortunateImplications.
* EasySexChange: [[AvertedTrope Yeah]], [[RealLife right]].
* EverybodyHatesMathematics: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]: She loves math, often to the confusion of her theater friends and the [[WritersCannotDoMath bafflement]] of her English major friends.
* GenderBender: An out [[UsefulNotes/{{Transgender}} trans*]]woman since 2012, though she dresses in drag for [[CrosscastRole acting roles]] somewhat frequently.
** Of particular note was a production of [[Theatre/TwelfthNight Twelfth Night]], where she played [[CrosscastRole Orsino]], resulting in [[UpToEleven both]] Orsino and Viola/Cesario being in drag.
* InsistentTerminology: It's ''she'', dammit.
* MadMathematician: Dips into this occasionally.
* RuleOfFun: It's generally a safe bet that no matter what she's doing, this is a fair bit of the reason.
* SadClown: Often, but not always.
* StarvingStudent: Only because she forgets to eat.
* TheTeetotaler, though she's not preachy about it.
* TokenMinority: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]: Has witnessed one of her friends suddenly realize they were the [[InvertedTrope only straight/cis person]] in the group.
* [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife TV Tropes Have Ruined Her Life]]: Was once caught miming shots at tropes when a professor was explaining the plot of a story in a Theater Culture Studies class. When she explained what a trope is, the professor asked her to guess what happened next in the plot. She talked for a full minute without getting a single thing wrong before the professor asked her to stop.