Just when you thought things couldn’t get any weirder than Kim Kardashian’s wig making headlines in the Los Angeles Times, a new musical about Octomom Nadya Suleman is under way — and is, in fact, currently casting at a theater just a few blocks away from my house.
Hmmmm… I’ve already got the belly. And I really do kick ass in singing “Shoop” at karaoke. All I need to do is add a few pounds to my lips and lose a few marbles, and the lead role could be mine, all mine!
Producers released a description of what it takes to play Octomom:[OCTO AND VARIOUS] Female, Mid 20’s – mid 30’s. Funny, whimsical, but not too charactery. She should be able to command authority, play broad range of facial expressions plus physical comedy. Sketch and improv experience a plus. Likable, energetic and at the same time able to be emotionally expressive and believable. Can handle musical theatre and pop styles a plus. Actress who can move.
Oh, they want me to move? Forget it.
Possible songs for the production include:
–Crazy (“I remember when, I remember, I remember when I lost my mind. There was something so pleasant about that clinic…”)
–C’mon ‘N Ride It (“It’s the gravy train…”)
–I’m Bringing BastersBack