First it was a headshot, and now they want a bio. Like I’m a frickin’ rock star or something. Which I’m not, but not for lack of trying. The Listen To Your Mother NYC performance is fast approaching (May 6th 2:00 pm), and the wonderful producers who have said bios and headshots are publishing Meet The Cast posts on the LTYM website, and eventually, it became my turn. I scoured
And the LTYM winners are … Um, are you sure?
Remember when I put on my big girl pants and auditioned for Listen To Your Mother NYC? When I blathered on and on, my tongue swelled and pits pitted? While sitting there sweating and talking, I met some wicked nice people, who didn’t want to Tanya Harding me, but instead were supportive and friendly. Real friendly, not fake friendly. I can tell the difference. I talk too much. It’s what I do
Auditioning for Listen To Your Mother
I took this show on the road, this writing, this mouth, this mom, to NYC to audition for a pretty amazing opportunity. I signed up on a whim, and with careful encouraging and bullying from rather attractive husband, actually followed through and showed up for the audition. Talk about intimidating. Say what you want, but an audition in NYC is an entirely different experience than typing away blindly into an