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  • Good news Em! You're going to be the lead in the play!! Amanda got sick so now you get to fo it.
  • Rehearsing for the play
  • OMG, are you serious? I haven't even practiced my lines, what am i going to do?? I don't think i can do it.
  • Time for the play
  • (whispering) "Um,Um what the next line?" (audience starts laughing)
  • "Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?"
  • After the show
  • Em, I have been looking all over for you. Jill and Wes have been too, you really need to talk to them their really upset.
  • I've been hiding. I can't be seen by either of them I ruined it for them. I didn't know any of the lines. They're gonna hate me.
  • Emily had just got informed that she was going to be the lead in the play. She was the understudy but never really practiced her lines because she didn't think that the real lead was going to miss the play. Little did she know she was going to have to perform it the next day. Will she be able to do it?
  • It's the day of the play and Emily is nowhere near ready to perform, but don't worry they have a plan. Emily planned on using her phone to get the lines so she wouldn't mess up but her phone died right when she needed it. She messed up the whole show not only for herself but for everyone else too.
  • This is significant because it shows that even if you don't think that you're going to do something you should still always be ready because if not then you could ruin everything and make a fool out of yourself.  Plus if you ruin one thing then most likely it's going to ruin everything else for you and the only cast. I think this showed Emily that she should always be ready for anything no matter what.
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