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Rachel, you need to find a comedic monologue from a play and read the entire play. Do not choose a monologue from a book of monologues or from internet or even movie monologues, unless your professor said
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There are several techniques which you might employ. Divide your lines into beats by emotions, topics, objectives. Taking each section, you can say a line, then write the line (not typing or computing-the
Yes I feel that artists playing roles as a hero, villain, comedian,etc can influence the artist in his real life. I feel that some artists who play the hero roles do heroic things in real life. I do
You have many good questions here. It shows that you are a serious student of Theatre and want to do well. 1. When you ask about a good drama school, I need to know are you talking about college? If so
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