Part 3

Part 3

Tom’s Office

 

Tom                 Welcome Haydn, what can I do you for?

 

Haydn             Well I feel a bit guilty about getting a full scholarship here. Also I didn’t have a formal audition, I didn’t feel the pressure, I love it here I just don’t think I deserve to be here.

 

Tom                 If you didn’t deserve to be here you wouldn’t be. I think your worrying about something that doesn’t need worrying about, many kids here have full scholarships and auditioned the same way you did, so you’re not the only one.

 

Haydn             Thankyou. Also I know that your two and Gary all do different things, how do I go about doing different subjects to get better at the things I’m not so good at.

 

Tom                 Tony is the one you should talk to about it. He is really good with that sort of stuff, and I take it Gary I your friend from your old school who has just joined us.

 

Haydn             Yeah that’s right. Oh look at the time, I need to go to Drama to practice with Jess.

 

Drama Studio

 

                        (Mr. Heath, Jess and Haydn are the only three in there)

 

Jess                  Right due to what Mrs. Bone said, we now need a duet aswell as a solo each.

 

Haydn             I don’t know many musicals.

 

Jess                  What about Spring Spring Spring from Seven Brides For Seven Brothers. I know it is a chorus song, but we could just split it off into a duet.

 

Haydn             Never heard of it.

 

Jess                  I’ll go get the CD with it on.

                        (Jess leaves to get the CD)

 

Haydn             Sir! What happens if none of the agents like us, what will happen then?

 

Mr. Heath        Then you shall have the pleasure of my company for some more private lessons, chances are they will take you on second time round, but I’m confident in you.

 

Haydn             I got told that there was only one.

 

Mr. Heath        That is to put pressure on you really, to make you think that you have only one chance to impress them.

                       

                        (Jess comes back in)

 

Jess                  (Out of breath)

                        Don’t think I’ve ran that fast for a long time.

 

Haydn             How did you get that so quick?

 

Jess                  A shortcut here and there. Here is the words, I’ll go put the CD in.

 

                        Jess
Oh, the barnyard is busy in a regular tizzy,
And the obvious reason is because of the season
Ma Nature's lyrical, with her yearly miracle
Spring, Spring, Spring.

Haydn
All the hen-folk are hatchin'
While their men-folk are scrathin'
To ensure the survival of each brand new arrival.

Jess
Each nest is twitterin',
They're all baby-sitterin',
Spring, Spring, Spring.

Haydn
It's a beehive of buddin' son and daughter life,
Every family has plans in view.
Even down in the brook the underwater life
Is forever blowin' bubbles too.

Jess
Every field wears a bonnet
With some spring daisies on it,
Even birds of a feather show their clothes off together.
Sun's gettin' shinery, to spotlight the finery,
Spring, Spring, Spring.

Haydn
From his eyrie, the eagle with his eagle eye
Gazes down across his eagle beak
And a'fixin' his lady with the legal eye

Screams "suppose we fix the date this week!"

Together
Yes, siree, spring disposes
That it's all one supposes
It's a real bed of roses
Waggin' tails, rubbin' noses.

Together
Each day is Mother's Day
The next is some other's day
Spring, Spring Spring.

 

Jess                  I think that that works really well I think that we should go with that one.

 

                        (Jess and Haydn carry on acting, there is a voice over it is Shannon)

 

Shannon          Dear Haydn   

                       

                        I hope that you are doing alright at school now that Gary is with you. I’m at

college doing a catering course, so when you come back I can cook you a decent meal for once. It is really quiet without you here, but it is tidy. The news said something about proposing a drugs search, I hope it has nothing to do with you Haydn. Carol sends her love and she said that she is glad you listened to her. Please behave yourself and don’t waste this chance that you have got. Stay out of trouble

 

Lots of love

Mum

xxx

 

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