By Melissa Brayden

If you don’t wander away, there’s an opportunity you could by no means be found.

Jenna McGovern has spent her complete lifestyles education for the level. She’s taken dance periods, voice classes, or even earned her functionality measure from the most prestigious musical theater courses within the kingdom. At commencement, she’s shocked while an opportunity audition lands her a first-rate aiding position within the most well liked Broadway traveling construction within the nation. in additional fascinating information, Jenna discovers acclaimed tv famous person Adrienne Kenyon is headlining the creation.

Jenna settles simply in to lifestyles on journey and has a promising profession specified by entrance of her, if merely she performs her playing cards correct. She’s waited for this chance her whole existence and should permit not anything stand in her approach. the single factor she didn’t organize for, although, used to be Adrienne. Her new costar is proficient, attractive, beneficiant, and the maximum expert. because the ladies develop nearer onstage and stale, they need to how you can healthy one another right into a challenging way of life packed with unforeseen twists and tough judgements. yet is Jenna able to sacrifice what she’s labored so not easy for in trade for a shot at whatever a lot deeper?

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Of course you always have your prima donnas who you’ll spot right off the bat, but everyone kind of balances each other out. They’re a supportive cast, but I’m not going to lie and say they aren’t competitive. ” He turned and winked at us before signaling for his left turn. He was cute. Kind of like a miniature man. “What about our leading lady? ” Lanie just couldn’t let up. But in actuality, I was curious about Adrienne Kenyon myself. It looked like she was in most of the scenes I had in the show.

I hadn’t bothered to check the caller ID before answering because I was preoccupied with the fifteen thousand things I was trying to accomplish to be out of my apartment and on my way to the city in the next four days. “I’m sorry. ” Not my nicest phone voice, but I was busy. “It’s Andrew Latham from the Journey Agency. ” I cringed. In an embarrassing turn of events, it was my new agent I’d just barked at, also known as the guy who held all my cards in his slick little hands. I was immediately nervous and cursing myself for the oversight.

Even though I’d never been to an audition of this caliber, I knew this was going on for quite a bit longer than normal. Once the dance audition concluded, they still had each one of us read one final scene before thanking us for our time. “We’ll be in touch,” was all they said, which sucked because I was dying to know how I’d done and what they were thinking. Instead, I started on my way home for the night. I’d done my best and I’d made it past a lot of other folks. That’s something to hold on to.

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