This past Saturday, I auditioned for the Listen To Your Mother Show in Madison.
So many wonderful people stopped here the day before and voted on the perfect "confidence" reading outfit for me to wear that day.
The wonderful people I know have been sincerely asking how my audition went for the Listen To Your Mother Show in Madison.
I can only speak my side: for me, it was a dream come true and like I was living someone else's life. It was something I never would have done in my lifetime. But Ann Imig, the National Director and creator of the Listen To Your Mother Show, made this dream real. For me, just being able to pay homage to my grandmother, in the form of a public reading, was--and always will be--enough.
I had the unicorns and sparkly rainbows easy part.
Ann writes an illuminating account of what the the auditions were like, for her, as Director, and for Darcy, the stage manager. You'll want to read this POV in her post here.
For me, here's what I take away:
|Ann Imig (on the right) and me|
|Darcy (on the left) and yours truly|
|Joy (on the left) and Kindness (to the right)|
You see the smile on my face, don't you?
Good luck to all who auditioned for the show in Madison!