Sutton Foster is an actor who can dance, sing, and capably narrate her own memoir--and she can also impressively wield a crochet hook. In a refreshingly conversational style, Foster tells entertaining stories from her childhood and career, which are interwoven with descriptions of how crocheting and other crafts were treasured distractions from her anxieties. With warmth in her voice, Foster describes her early years, which were happy despite her troubled relationship with her agoraphobic mother. Isolated by bullying cliques on her first tour, Foster found solace by cross-stitching in her hotel rooms. When she found herself a famous Broadway actor tormented by tabloid accounts of her divorce, her crafting projects became empowering. Foster's delightful narration is complemented with pdfs of patterns and recipes. N.M.C. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: DECEMBER 2021]
Trade Ed. Hachette Audio 2021
DD ISBN 9781549184147 $25.98
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