Synopsis: Hope’s mother is well known in the theatre world but, in order to make a name for herself, Hope secretly applies for a career-launching internship… and gets it. Trying to balance school work and the internship is not easy, particularly when she’s been assigned to assist the actor playing the lead role. With the help of her two friends and a new love interest, the show must go on!
Synopsis: Alex is an outsider —a geeky fangirl—with dreams of becoming a playwright in a city she’s loved from afar yet never visited: London. After a devastating betrayal she heads to England for a new start in a place she feels like she’ll belong. Except there is no way to escape the demons of her past, the broken relationships, the panic attacks, and a jealous rival determined to destroy her new life. Alex begins to question everything from her life-long dream to her new friends to whether London is where she truly belongs.
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Grab your current read
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Share two (2) “teaser” sentences (or more).
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London Belongs to Me by Jacquelyn Middleton
“What you leave behind says as much about you as what you bring along.”
“Welcome to London, kid. Any excuse to end up in a pub.”
“We’re all stories in the end. Just make it a good one.”
In my hometown the local theatre was putting on a musical. Sadly I had not yet moved back on time to audition and attend the rehearsals as I would have adored to be in this play. I did naturally go to see the show even though I didn’t think I would know a single person involved. I knew seven of the cast and crew *L0L*
I have to say I thought Anne of Green Gables was spectacular! I went with one of my high school best friends whom I have hardly had time to hang out with since graduating all those years ago (though my moving twice has been part of that problem). The casting was spectacular, the songs were catchy, the set was incredible…
(Photos courtesy the theatre’s blog)
Now that I am back in the area for a bit I thought to try out for the next play. It is an incredibly small cast and, therefore, I doubt I’ll get a part, but it will still be fun trying out for it. I’ve never been one to want a lead role, but I might be willing for this play as it is one of my favourite: The Importance of Being Earnest.