I was about to get an audition for a Broadway musical called “The Fords,” but I had a busy schedule that included the funeral of my wife.

Then I saw an ad on a TV station and it seemed like an easy way to meet someone I knew, and I decided to audition.

“The Times” called me in, and my agent, David Smith, said, “You’ll be joining the Fells.”

I thought it was just another day in the office, but I wasn’t disappointed.

The Fords are known for their timeless and heartfelt songs, but they also sing songs about the lives of people from all walks of life, including women.

Smith, who grew up in Brooklyn, is the director of the Broadway production of “The Ballad of Mary Pickford.”

I was a bit nervous at first, but when the show opened, it hit me like a ton of bricks.

There are no men in the Feds.

The show features a cast of four women: a married woman, a single woman, two women and a single man.

The woman in the lead role, played by Olivia Wilde, is called “Betsy,” and she has been married to the man she is seeing.

The two other women in the play are called “Molly” and “Maddie,” and they are married to each other.

The story is about a woman who falls in love with her new husband, who is not his real name, and decides to get married to him.

The title of the show, “The Balls,” refers to the two-day, four-week ballet program in New York City.

The main characters, the main character and the “doll,” are played by two women: Betsy and Molly, and they’re the only men in town.

The men in this show, called “Cats,” are mostly single men who work as janitors or construction workers.

This show is about how men in our society can be more powerful than women and how they can become part of the fabric of society, said Smith, whose show, titled “The Halls,” is scheduled to open May 15.

It’s also about a family that has grown apart because of the fact that the man has passed away.

The production is part of an annual “Cocks Up” program, in which men and women in a New York neighborhood band together to help each other out in times of need.

A woman in one of the main roles, played in a red dress by Anna Kendrick, says to the other, “I’m so glad you’re in my life.”

The production, which has received awards and nominations, has been an instant hit, Smith said.

The company, The Fells Broadway Company, has produced two Broadway plays, “Shame” and now “The Courtship,” and it’s in the process of developing a third play.

Smith is looking for two female leads in each of the three plays.

The other roles are for single men, and the women are in their 20s or 30s.

Smith said that he believes in diversity in the arts, in that people of color are not seen as part of this company, and it would be great if we could see more of those people represented in the company.

He also said he hopes the audience gets a sense of the power of the characters, and that the characters can be used to empower others.

I was thinking, “What can I do?”

I wanted to be part of something that I could really help out.

I just wanted to make people feel a little better about themselves and about each other and feel that they could have that power.

He said that many of the cast members were so positive, and were just happy to see a group of people that they thought could support each other, and not just one.

I’ve never had an experience like that.

And I have no problem with that.

I’m a big fan of diversity.

I like to think that the way we think of ourselves as human beings, we’ve been taught that the first thing we’re going to do is be nice to people, and then we’ll do something nice to each and every one of them, Smith continued.

He believes that it’s possible to be kind and loving toward people, but we need to be more mindful of the humanity of people.

Smith hopes that this show will bring out the best in people.

It gives us an opportunity to see the human side of us, which is so often not seen in the movies.

Smith and his team, The Gates Foundation, hope that this will inspire more people to become involved in their community and to feel that people can do the right thing and be good.