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The Theatre Audition Book

How to play monologs from contemporary, modern, period, Shakespeare, and classical plays
By: Gerald Lee Ratliff

Age Level: All Ages

The most comprehensive monolog book ever! With 127 audition pieces, this drama handbook has a monolog for almost any audition situation. It’s important that the actor be inventive and imaginative in performing a monolog. This drama book shows students how to investigate dramatic and theatrical elements. The first two chapters provide a blueprint for preparing auditions and selecting audition materials. Each monolog also includes a character analysis. The monologs selected for audition performance are conveniently grouped in historical period from classical to contemporary. All are representative of competitive material found at auditions. A valuable resource.

(240 pages, 5½ x 8½, paperback)

This title is now carried by Pioneer Drama Service.  Click here to order on Pioneer's web site.

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Playing Contemporary Scenes
Introduction to Readers Theatre
Millennium Monologs
Young Women’s Monologs from Contemporary Plays
The Theatre Audition Book 2