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Laundry and Tosca is appropriately titled because it is the story of a middle aged working woman with a tremendous operatic voice.
18 August 2005
Laundry and Tosca is inspiring because it exudes hope! Hope that an ordinary, hard working woman will one day experience the rich reward of being discovered for the gift she was given, and worked to perfect for twenty years. Marcia Whitehead is all of us who have relatively mundane lives with real dreams and aspirations alive inside of us.

Laundry and Tosca left me loving opera when I never have before, and loving Marcia Whitehead whom I've never met. Marcia uses her tremendous voice to to move people and glorify God. Her voice teacher sheds tears as he works with her; a lady in Wal Mart cries upon experiencing her tremendous voice; and Marcia's father weeps when he hears his favorite hymn sung by his daughter.

In Laundry and Tosca, the film makers are in New York just after 9/11, and to their amazement people are deeply interested in Marcia's story! A story of hope well told by a budding film maker.

I am anxiously awaiting the sequels...
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