When Maria Carr asked me to be a guest on her TV show, I almost said no. I wanted to do it, but I was scared. Would anyone beyond my close-knit circle care about 'dare to dream'? Could I distill my ideas into 2-3 minute snippets? Would I get nervous? (I still remember cheerleading tryouts my junior year -- the year I didn't make it -- my voice audibly quavered.) Then there was the all-important, what would I wear?
Say hello to dare to dreamgirl Maria Carr. There are so many things I could say, but probably best if I introduce you to her briefly, and then let Maria tell you her story in her own words. Maria came to the U.S. as a very young girl - she and her family were refugees from Castro's Cuba. She has been an actress all of her adult life, and long held the dream of having her own television show. And now she does.