Since then, she has been itching to do more.
It doesn't help that the little girl who played the orphan "Molly" in last year's play has since hired a talent agent, moved to Hollywood and has been cast in multiple commercials. She even just finished filming the role of a young Victoria in the popular Nick television show of the same name. Wow.
Since we can't exactly move to Hollywood, but knowing how much she loves it and how much she comes alive when she is performing, we have encouraged her to participate in a few plays at a local, well-renowned theater. In November, she was able to play a "Who" in Seussical the Musical. And just this past weekend, she finished performances in the play "Wind in the Willows."
She did a great job and she even had a solo dance in one scene. (Hello. I think it might be time to do a DNA test to make sure that she is actually mine?)
She did a beautiful job and I was so proud of her. It took tremendous courage and I was blown away by her confidence and poise.
|Greeting the crowd after the performance|
|Romney's parents were able to see one of her performances.|
The musical "Wicked" is in Denver for a few weeks, so we couldn't resist the chance to take her to see it and be exposed the real deal.
The play was last night. Lauren and I made a date out of it and had an amazing time.
It was AMAZING!! We both loved it and were on the edge of our seats the whole time. At the intermission, Lauren said, "Mom, that was only the first act and I had chills the whole time!"
She was beaming and the whole drive home, she perfectly recited the lines and songs. She wants it for herself and I have no doubt that one day she'll get it. Who knows, maybe one day she'll be the one in green?
Dream big La!!