Karen R Savage

Professional Voice Talent, Amateur Actor and Knitter

My stomach is in knots

We had auditions for Nunsense the past two nights. I tried out for the part of Robert Anne. I know I gave a good, solid audition on Monday, but there were a lot of really good, solid actresses there both nights, and honestly, I’m a bit worried. She said last night that if they were able to come to a decision last night, they would make casting calls today. Otherwise, they’d be having call backs tonight and making the casting calls tomorrow, so I may have to wait until tomorrow to hear. I’m not usually this nervous, but I really want this part.

EDIT: I got the part! If I weren’t at work, I’d be jumping up and down. 😀

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4 Comments

  1. Hello! My wife and I just got done listening to your Librivox recording of the Elusive Pimpernel. This is the second of your recording that we have enjoyed and I wanted to write and tell what a fabulous job you have done of capturing the emotions and feelings of the story! You could do this for pay as good as you have read these two stories! I have listened to quite a few audio books and have rarely heard ones of these caliber!

    Keep up the good work!

    One thing, you say those French phrases so well, yet I do not know French! Bah!! I guess I will have to go get a parallel dictionary somewhere!

    G’day!

  2. Carrie

    I have been listening to your audio versions of Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea. The Anne books are still some of my favorite and you have done a beautiful job of vocalizing them! I’m so sad that you haven’t done Anne of the Island, so now I must get used to listening to them by multiple people, which makes me sad. I can not wait to hear your take on P & P. I wish you all the luck in all of your works, you are really quite talented!

    Oh, and thanks for the British sites!

  3. admin

    Thanks for the compliments. I’m glad people are enjoying the recordings! 🙂

    Carrie, Anne of the Island is on my list of future recordings. I just find I enjoy it more if I vary the recordings instead of doing several by the same author in a row.

  4. Jim Plamondon

    I have now listened to a few Librivox books. Your whole-book recordings, such as Anne of Avonlea, are MUCH more to my liking than the mixed-reader book recordinga. So much so, that I feel compelled to donate to your page — rather than Libirivox’s, per se — to encourage you to keep up the good work.

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