They say money can't buy happiness, but for New York socialite Florence Foster Jenkins, it bought at least a few moments. Jenkins, blissfully unaware of her complete lack of musical abilities, purchased the chance to give a solo singing recital at Carnegie Hall in the early 1900s. She certainly became famous, but the audience was floored by her delusions of vocal prowess.

They say money can't buy happiness, but for New York socialite Florence Foster Jenkins, it bought at least a few moments. Jenkins, blissfully unaware of her complete lack of musical abilities, purchased the chance to give a solo singing recital at Carnegie Hall in the early 1900s. She certainly became famous, but the audience was floored by her delusions of vocal prowess.

CATCO's production of "Souvenir" allows the audience to laugh at Jenkins' disastrous rehearsals while also making us question whether we have realistic views of our own talents.