A Bridesmaid in Burlesque (Opening Night)

Disclaimer: although written in the style of a memoir, the following story is a complete work of fiction, and any resemblance of the characters or situations in said story to any real individuals, famous or not famous, are purely coincidental. I slept through that alarm and was awakened at 6:30 P.M., a half hour after…

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A Bridesmaid in Burlesque (Tech Week)

Disclaimer: the following story is entirely fictional and any resemblances to any real life in the rituals, famous or not famous, is purely coincidental. Joan was the first to admit she wasn’t a dancer, but she loved choreographing and was willing to do it for free. So the theatre let her choreograph her own shows,…

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A Bridesmaid in Burlesque (Rehearsals, Week 5)

Disclaimer: although written in the style of a memoir, the following story is a complete work of fiction, and any resemblance of the characters or situations in said story to any real individuals, famous or not famous, are purely coincidental. When it comes to dating, community-theatre actors fall into two camps: the ones who never…

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A Bridesmaid in Burlesque (The Cast List)

Disclaimer: although written in the style of a memoir, the following story is a complete work of fiction, and any resemblance of the characters or situations in said story to any real individuals, famous or not famous, are purely coincidental. When you audition for a community theatre production, they usually notify you about casting via…

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A Bridesmaid In Burlesque (Baby’s First Novel)

Disclaimer: although written in the style of a memoir, the following story is a complete work of fiction, and any resemblance of the characters or situations in said story to any real individuals, famous or not famous, are purely coincidental. I’ve always been a people-pleaser. I was the Buddha child around my parents, the teacher’s…

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