Hey, Karen -
About twelve years ago I was hired as a reader for the auditions for the West End production of Crazy For You. It was great fun, and besides getting to be the first one to kiss Ruthie Henshall (albeit on the cheek!) I was also given the opportunity to audition myself. I was so bad in the dance auditions they thought I was joking, and had me audition for one of the comedy (speaking only) parts!
I worked myself into a frenzy about my crappy tap skills and vowed to study diligently and bring my feet up to speed before the next round of auditions. That wasn't me making the vow, and it wasn't even fear - it was the part of me that wanted to prove that I was worthy, even though my skills hadn't been up to snuff.
No idea if this has any resonance with you, but please know that you are enough exactly as you are, and you are loved and supported by all of us (well, at least me, but I suspect all of us!) whether you carry on or give up, work hard or work easy, succeed or fail.
(It must be said, however, that when you open on Broadway I do expect tickets...