Wednesday, February 04, 2009

And now he has the part

I suspect the drama teacher talked to the Artistic Director about where her talent was. Today, without much fanfare, the girl who had been offered the part of Scar was asked if she would rather choreograph the dancing, which is where she is most talented, and Brian was asked if he wanted the part of Scar.

So all is well in my little world again.

9 comments:

  1. Yay for Brian. What a relief!

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  2. Yay for Brian! I bet he is so happy. My boy has an audition Sunday, but I have a feeling that they are looking to cast older kids in this show, so I am worried how it is going to go. It is for "The Importance of Being Earnest". Luckily, when he didn't make it into the last one, he worked tech and liked it so he will probably work tech again if he doesn't make it.

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  3. And so it ends happily!
    Break a leg, Brian!

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  4. I am so glad things worked out more fairly. I couldn't understand the purpose of auditions if the AD was going to be so arbitrary. BTW I was so impressed w/ how you helped Brian to process it all.

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  5. Dumb grownups. I am so glad they got their heads screwed on straight and Bri even got the part he wanted! Yay!

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  6. Yay for Brian!

    And kudos for his good taste - villains are always more fun to play. Unless, of course, you're reprising a Mae West role. Which doesn't sound like Brian's kind of thing. Anyway.

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  7. Well, congrats to Brian!!!

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  8. Congratulations Brian, It sounds like he has a good advocate on his part in school. Good talent should win out.

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