So I thought I was stage managing MacBeth, but apparently it is no longer customary for the Stage Manager to be informed which play they are infact managing. Damn you McLennan!
To audition or not to audition. That is the question. Is it nobler to provide stage management where it is needed? And by doing so not risking the failure of auditioning. And by auditioning face the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. To cry, to lose sleep. To lose sleep perchance to dream. Aye, there's the rub. For in that audition what dreams may come if I don't blow it and get stuck with nothing.
For those of your that could not follow my beautiful poetics...
Maybe I'm a bit afraid to audition. Not just because it might mean losing my job as SM, but maybe I'm afraid to not get the part I want so much. I think that there are plenty of other girls that are going to audition for it, and yeah... I'm scared.