Mrs. T, I don't think that I can perform this Friday.
Hi Rayna! What's wrong?
Rayna confides in Mrs. T
I'm too nervous to go up on stage. I'm going to forget the song and freeze on stage. I'll look like a fool, so I think I'm just going to quit.
What do you mean Rayna? You know the song.
Mrs. T gives Rayna a pep talk
Rayna, I know that you feel like it's not worth the risk to go on that stage because you think that you'll freeze, but some risks are worth taking.
Mrs. T notices that Rayna is upset as she plays the piano. She comes to check on her to make sure that everything is alright.
Mrs. T continues to relax Rayna
Mrs. T, it's not worth it. I don't think I can do it.
Rayna, you can do this. You are more than prepared. I've seen you in here every day rehearsing. It is worth taking a risk that way you can show your gift with the rest of the school.
Rayna reveals that she is nervous to be on stage to perform. She doesn't want to look like a fool on stage in front of her peers.
Jay enters to help
Do you really think that I am ready?
I do, and I'm not the only one who believes in you.
Rayna, you got this. You're the best pianist in the school, and I'll be there in the audience to support.
Mrs. T reassures Rayna that taking a risk like going on stage is worth it. She wants her to know that taking risks is a part of learning while Rayna wants to just quit.
Rayna is ready to take the risk
I'm ready to take that risk and perform on Friday. Thanks you guys!
Rayna starts crying as she sobs that she can not perform. However, Mrs. T reassure Rayna that she can perform and that she is more than prepared for the performs. Mrs. T tells Rayna that she has to take risks to grow.
Jay is Rayna's best friend who overheard the conversation between Mrs. T and Rayna. He came in to help Mrs. T get Rayna to realize that performing was worth the risk.
Rayna finally realizes that performing is worth the risk. She has her support team that believes that she can do, so she is ready to take the risk and perform.