But, then again, I'm a 'lick and a prayer' sort of gal, so the shoe seems to fit.
I've just finished up a run of "Pinocchio" with PaintBox Theatre. I've been working six days a week for the last two weeks. Very physical work with lots of running around, typing people up, chase scenes, lifting heavy sets, and lightning quick costume changes. It was a BLAST! I worked with some wonderful people. We laughed a lot. I learned a lot. I performed a lot. Performing every day for four days in a row was just my cup of tea. Now it's just back to the "Pam Show," in which I star naturally. However, the audience is small and unappreciative. And they hardly ever applaud.
Don't you think the definition of low self-esteem would be someone who feels like they play only a walk-on role in their own show?