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MONOLOGUES Memorizing Lines What can you do to memorize lines? 1. Record your lines in sections. Listen to the words and the feelings until you know the section by memory. 2. Look at each line, write it out by hand, and speak it aloud. Repeat until you have have the line memorized. 3. Divide your monologue into beats and work on memorizing each set of words that occurs between the beats. 4. Associate your lines with the movement you have added. 5. Review your lines at night before you sleep. You may awake the next
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