Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Stupid Questions with Lucy:
Musical Theatre Savior Edition Featuring Jennifer Britt

1.  If you could have one otherworldly alien ability or body part, what would it be and why?

I would have the ability to have arms pop out whenever I need them. I could always use extra arms.

2.  What Smurf would you be?  (You can't pick an existing one, like Brainy or Lazy.)

I would be Ninja Smurf. I'm a first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and I'm pretty good with a Bo Staff.

3.  Do you think the aliens who inevitably enslave the human race will treat us well or eat us?

They will eat us.

3A.  Follow up:  What will you do to distinguish yourself to our benevolent overlords so that they don't destroy you with their acid flatulence?

I will become a one woman show and wow them with my singing and dancing. I know quite few show tunes.

4.  What's the best way to foil a ghost?  A smart one, not one of those dumbasses in a sheet.

First, I would scream and run away. Then, I would probably hire the Ghostbusters to get rid of the ghost.

5.  If you could slap the shit outta one beloved historical figure, who would it be and why?

Thomas Jefferson because, even though he wrote, "[A]ll men are created equal," he still had slaves. During his lifetime, he only freed a handful of the slaves he owned. If he truly believed what he wrote, he should have freed all of his slaves, despite the economic consequences to himself.

[Editorial note: YES I love this answer.]

6.  Cake or pie?  And, if you said pie, why are you so happy to be wrong?​

Cake, especially if it's chocolate.

Finding the Dream:

Jessica James had her dream—a career on Broadway as a successful actress—until one night when it was taken all away. Forced to move back to Lincoln Falls and live with her parents, Jessica's only goal is to regain her career and go back to New York. She doesn't count on a honeysuckle hating man standing in her way or the town of Lincoln Falls itself. Now everything she thought she ever wanted may not be her dream at all.

Eric Mason and his daughter have quietly lived next door to Jessica's parents. That all changes when he meets Jessica. She is overly dramatic and the most annoying person he's ever met. Yet, he can't get her off his mind.

Will they find a new dream together?

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1 comment:

  1. Super cute interview! Nice to meet you, Jennifer! Good luck with Finding the Dream!