I was going to be in a Junie B. Jones play at a theatre. My mom dropped me off and told me I would do great in my audition. I was really excited, but a little nervous that I wouldn't get a good part.
Have a good first day. You're gonna do great!
I took a deep breath and sang my audition song. I glanced at the piece of paper that the woman next to me was writing our grades on, and I got a 3 out of 5. I was very scared that I didn't do well.
La, la, la!!
The next day, everyone found out their parts for the play. I was Mrs. Scary, the teacher in Junie B., First Grader. I was embarrassed, shocked, and upset because I wanted a bigger part.
And you are Mrs. Scary!
I still was in the play anyway, and I practiced being Mrs. Scary. I started to like my part more. Many people had a lot of lines, and I wouldn't have been able to remember all of them.
Hello, Junie B. I am your teacher, Mrs. Scary.
This isn't that bad..
Eventually, it was the day of the play, and it was my turn on stage. I was worried because I thought I would mess up on my lines. But, I had fun anyway, even though I was Mrs. Scary.
Good morning class. today we will be drawing a picture of...
This was a very important experience in my life. I didn't really like my part at first, but I still enjoyed being part of the play. This incident taught me that even though I might not always get exactly what I want, I can still make the best of it.