My next audition is on Sunday at the Lazy Susan for You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. And, I want Sally Brown. That is my part. I've wanted to play that role for 7 years. So, move aside ladies. It's my turn :) Problem is I have noo idea what to sing. I want something peppy and slightly belty. Any suggestions fellow musical freaks?
Now, if that wasn't enough...I'm considering going up to New York for an Open Call for a National Tour of Grease. They're casting all parts. Trouble is the audition is Monday morning. Callbacks for Charlie Brown are Monday night. I have gone up to New York for auditions and have been back before 5 o'clock. But, I would hate to have the one time that I don't make it back in time be the same day as a very important callback. So, that's still up in the air. Trying to make that decision before Friday cause I would drive up Sunday night.
In other news, my Mom and I have begun working on choreography/staging for Evita. I love collaborating with my Mom. I feel very free and comfortable to voice my opinion with her. I really want this show to look great and have both hers and my taste of dance blend together.
So, my Signature Theatre audition went really well. I sang well and my monologue went over beautifully. I got a laugh from the Casting Director at the end! (Don't worry...it's a funny monologue) So, now we play the waiting game. This open call was for their entire season so I might not get a call for a couple of months. Even being called back would be a dream come true. Once I can get cast at an Equity theatre it will open so many doors for me.