How did things just fall to pieces?

There's a boy in my theater class. I didn't pay too much attention to him, didn't notice him too much until we first practiced our scene in the play together. It wasn't a romantic scene, but nonetheless I felt a spark. After that I got to know him a bit, and we became friends. I found myself falling faster for him everyday. Usually when I find a guy I really like, life pulls me away from him. This time was no different. We were backstage and he broke one of the props, which he shouldn't have been touching in the first place. I should have stopped him, I really should have. Our theater teacher was furious and gave us all assigned seats. Now he's in the front, I'm in the back. It's torture. One of my best friends, who's also in my theater class, is mad at him for what he did, and a bit mad at me for liking him. Not only has life pulled me away from him, but it made him the bad guy, too. He's nice deep down, and he didn't mean to break the prop or cause us harm. I'm a little mad at him, too, but only because we can't sit together. I'm so confused. What do I do?

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  • Accidentally breaking a prop is not a terrible thing. Neither is having to sit on the other side of the room from him. I think if people are so mad at him they should learn forgiveness. It could've happened to anyone. Also, if you guys had started becoming friends then you could hang out with him outside of theater class. Just meet up with him after class and ask him to hang out sometime.

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