If you don't get lost, there's a chance you may never be found. Jenna McGovern has spent her whole life training for the stage. She's taken dance classes, voice. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Melissa Brayden received her bachelor's degree in film production and speech communication from Baylor University. Waiting in the Wings - Melissa Brayden - dokument [*.pdf] bold strokes books Waiting in the Wings • 9 • Chapter One How soon can you be in New York?.

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Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Jenna McGovern has spent her whole life training for the stage.

Shes taken dance classes, voice lessons, and even earned her performance degree from one of the most prestigious musical theater programs in the nation.

At graduation, shes stunned when a chance audition lands her a prime supporting role in the hottest Broadway touring production in the country. In more exciting news, Jenna discovers acclaimed television star Adrienne Kenyon is headlining the production.

Jenna settles easily in to life on tour and has a promising career laid out in front of her, if only she plays her cards right. Shes waited for this opportunity her entire life and will let nothing stand in her way.

The one thing she didnt prepare for, however, was Adrienne. Her new costar is talented, beautiful, generous, and the utmost professional. As the two women grow closer onstage and off, they must learn how to fit each other into a demanding lifestyle full of unexpected twists and difficult decisions.

But is Jenna ready to sacrifice what shes worked so hard for in exchange for a shot at something much deeper? Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 5 54 star ratings 5 reviews.

Overall rating 4. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. Loved this book, I couldn't put it down. I was super bummed the story was over but now look forward to reading more from the author! Totally inspired by the characters and their dreams of love and career.

Enjoyed the witty, flirty dialogues. An relaxing easy and enjoyable read. I loved the theatre and film based story and the chemistry between the two characters was amazing. I was rooting for them the entire time. I read the entire book in two days.

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We appreciate your feedback. OK, close. Had that really just happened? It had. An opportunity had fallen into my lap and it was time to jump. I promptly threw away everything in the pile I was sorting through and opened my laptop to see about that plane ticket. I got up early that morning, wanting to take my time and hit Starbucks before my ten a.

This was my zone. It was all a matter of showing these people what I was capable of. After that, it was out of my hands. The casting notice Andrew Latham had sent my way was fairly vague. They were looking for a twenty-something actress to replace a girl from a touring production of a Broadway show.

It was an equity show, so the fact I already had my union card from my regional work helped. I entered the small waiting area and saw three rows of girls who all looked, well, a lot like me. I felt immediately inconsequential, but reminded myself that was not the mentality that was going to get me anywhere near Broadway. I was going to have to prove myself every step of the way.

I reported to the clearly irritated young guy collecting the headshots. The tour had kicked off a few months ago and starred Adrienne Kenyon in the lead role of Evan.

This was monumental. This was an opportunity of a lifetime. This was so out of my league. Before I had a chance to reflect on this new development any further, Irritated Guy called my name and sent me into the audition room. A long table was set up across the room, comprised of five people.

I introduced myself to the panel and handed my music to the accompanist when I saw Dermot Levonshire sitting among those at the table. I was about to audition for not just casting agents, but for the director of Clean Slate and about six other successful Broadway shows. I swallowed hard. As the music began to play, I felt everything slow down.

My voice felt strong, which gave me courage.

I did my best to let each note resonate, staying light and delicate on the fun parts of the song, and then moving into the power notes, holding eye contact with each member of that table in rotation. Fearless, I had to show them I was fearless. As the song began to crescendo, I made sure to control my belt and let the emotion of the lyrics come through.

I added a little bit of movement and ended the song with the playful grin that would hopefully show my carefree side as well. When I finished, the table applauded and consulted with one another quietly. Finally, the middle-aged woman sitting in the center of the group introduced herself. I think we collectively enjoy your voice but would like to see more from you. Would you mind reading the scene with Brent?

Brent, the actor onsite for the reading, strolled over and took a seat on the stool next to me. I took a final glance at the sides and tossed the paper to the floor.

The premise was for me to seduce Brent and end the scene by taking his face in my hands and kissing him. The guy-thing was not my forte, but I was an actress and a damn good one.

I went for it, and even took it one step further and ended our exchange in his lap. The panel across the room once again conferred quietly while I waited in silence.

Yep, I could do that. Should I prepare something? Thanks, Jenna, see you at four.

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I picked up my dance bag and started the walk back to my hotel. I mean, I got a callback at four to dance.

Listen, Mr. It kills me. What, was that an apple? I put my phone back in my bag and finished the walk to my hotel. Once there, I lay down on the bed and stared at the ceiling. This was somewhat of a ritual for me.Sometimes wrong is extra right. Advanced Search Find a Library. Described by her friends as a wide-eyed, eternal optimist, she looks for the bright side in most any situation. I decided to get her number before she left. They were looking for a twenty-something actress to replace a girl from a touring production of a Broadway show.

My parents, for taking me to the Apollo Victoria when I was eight years old. Tentative when reconnecting - very, very authentic. The book is about two triple threat actresses, Jenna who's fresh out of a prestigious theater school and Adrienne who is the current star of the show that Jenna just joined.