So apparently my voice is stuck behind or in my soft pallet. What does that mean? I’m not sure. But I know it’s not good. I guess it just means that my voice is stuck in one kind of pitch and doesn’t give me a range of like pitches to go from. One of the notes for the monologue was to use different levels of my voice. It’s funny because both voice experts I meet with have different and opposite methods to help my voice out. I kind of like it because I’m coming at it from every angle. I guess I could go see that voice specialist. But how much money is that going to set me back? Choices, choices.
In other news, I might be relocating to Montreal. That’s a real maybe cause it’s pending I get hired for one of the many jobs I applied for. Hmm? What’s that going to mean for this goal/dream of mine? I’d definitely try to see if there were classes or something I could take. Plus, maybe the reason I haven’t had much luck getting cast in a musical of the community theatre variety is because I’m in the wrong city. Maybe Toronto just doesn’t get me and Montreal will be the place where I can really, truly be my full wonderful self. I can be the savvy business-y type earning a respectable living and the artsy writer/singer/actress/improviser type all rolled up into one. Who knows I might even get to be in a French musical – I bet that would be awesome. But this all just idle talk since I haven’t even had round 1 of the interviewing process yet.