Auditions Tonight

Auditions for Eden in Babylon begin tonight at 7pm at the Lionel Hampton School of Music.   There will be further auditions Monday at 7pm, with callbacks Tuesday at 7pm, at Moscow First Presbyterian Church.

I have waited seven years for this moment.  If you know what it means (or even if you don’t), please feel free to comment with the words “Break a Leg.”

Please donate to Eden in Babylon.
A little bit goes a long, long way.

 

29 Comments

  1. Ginger Rankin says:

    I am delighted that it is happening!
    Do break a leg !
    Ginger Rankin

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Ginger!

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  2. Break a Leg! Love Ang

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    1. A.P. says:

      Oh, I love you Echo!!

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  3. Break a leg and be proud!!!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Kathy!

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  4. swo8 says:

    Sending positive thoughts your way, Andy….break a leg.
    Leslie

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks for the positive thought-send. Of course, my nightmare is that no one will show up at *all* — but we’ll see what happens. Thanks for everything, Leslie. :)

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  5. moodyoops says:

    Break a leg! I hope you have the best possible outcome. What a victorious day for you!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Moody. It’s been a long time coming!

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  6. Holly says:

    This is wonderful, Andy! May this be a fabulous event for you, Moscow, and the world! Break a leg.
    Holly Hess Hart

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    1. A.P. says:

      Oh God — auditions went SO well — and I’m stoked! Thanks for everything, Holly, and thank you for being my friend.

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  7. Patti says:

    Oh my gosh! So exciting!! Break a leg!!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, PattiPoo. I just got back from a very auspicious start. :)

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  8. Mary Donohoe says:

    Break a leg, indeed, friend Andy! This is so exciting! I’m just so proud of you. God works in mysterious ways, as you well know. The timing of this production might be considered uncanny, unless you believe the above…🌷❤️

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    1. A.P. says:

      I believe! (Or if I didn’t, I do now.) Thanks, Mary!

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  9. Sara says:

    I wish I could be there! Break a leg!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Sorry you couldn’t make it, Sara. Paul covered the bench. I answered your email — it all went really well. :)

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  10. Hey Andy…no matter what the outcome tonite, I’m so glad for you! This is a milestone! :)

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    1. A.P. says:

      I am basically in a state of shock, in a good way, Perry. All I can say is — sure beats sleeping under a bridge! And THANK YOU for all your wonderful and insightful support. :)

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  11. lynnefisher says:

    Wonderful, Andy. Enjoy it and break whatever you fancy!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Well! I think I’ll break my fast, then, and have a little breakfast. :) Thanks, Lynne!

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  12. eloahjames says:

    Hope many legs were metaphorically broken! This has been a long time coming and I’m happy for you!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Eloah!

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  13. I’m a little late to the party but I wish you congratulations and good luck.

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Jennifer! Love your blog, btw :)

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      1. That means so much! We fellow music teachers must stick together;) happy Easter

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  14. A.P. says:

    Indeed we do! Somebody once told me that music teachers are the “salt of the earth.” A bit hyperbolic, perhaps — but we do need to stick together! I hope you had a Happy Easter as well. :)

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