Now that Maki decides to go to the audition, will she make it?
From last time, Yoshino and Sanae encourages Maki to go to Tokyo to audition. While Maki thought that she did good, she didn’t get the part despite her friend, Taiga did. It’s obvious that Maki became upset over the rejection. It’s not surprising since everyone experiences rejection. This can range from college applications, auditions and even job applications.
It’s understandable why Maki felt devastated on her way back. Nevertheless, one has to keep trying. Thankfully, she gets over it and later, finds another path to achieve her dream career. As they say, one shouldn’t give up just because of one failure. If he or she does that, they will never achieve what they wanted to do.
Meanwhile, Yoshino’s idea of opening a hot lunch restaurant in a school didn’t quite work out. She eventually figures out that the school never had a closing ceremony. As a result, the school is left in limbo while the town decides on if they should tear it down. Thankfully, the education board accepts Yoshino’s proposal of having a closing ceremony.
Of course, she also plans on having a stage performance about the blood-stained Santa Claus. With this, it’s nice that Maki found something that she is passionate about. Aside from being an actress, she came up with the story, scripts and actors. While it’s hard work, she seemed to enjoyed herself while she is acting. In the end, the audience overall enjoyed the play that Maki and other people put on.
At last, Maki finally found what she wants to do. Despite the rejection, she creates her own opportunity. Thanks to her successful performance, she plans on creating her own theater troupe. Hopefully, she will find a lot of success to prove the directors that rejected her wrong.
Aside from that, Yoshino announced that she plans on repurposing the school so everyone can use it. She plans on using the school as a cultural center. I guess it’s better to repurpose the school rather than tear it down. Not only that, a mysterious person paid for repairing the festival items. Things definitely take a turn for the better in the end. It makes me wonder if the girls can make the festival become a success. We’ll see. ¶