Title: Something about singing?
Genre: I don't know what you would call this
Synopsis: (takes place a while ago, I don't know where) About an opera and a very timid singer, who sings with what we would now call "soul" when no one is looking. The writer of the opera discovers his/her talent and tries to get them a main part but the casting directors don't think she is singing "properly". Sort of about human psychology and how we don't like what we aren't used to. Then write a sequel about how people in the world today hate/make fun of opera now and it would still be about how people don't like what they're not used to, haha.
Songs/poems for it that I've thought up:
-Sing with the Angels (about singing with angels if people won't listen)
-Don't be Silent (about making yourself heard and standing up for yourself...Idont know, I'll probably change the title)
-Apathetic Fallacy (about how sometimes everything in life seems to point you to one emotion or feeling, as if God was trying to show you something, but theres always a doubt of whether its Him or just coincidence)