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Unformatted text preview: Don't choose a piece with obscene or offensive language. Don't choose material that berates the audience. Don't use a dialect or an accent. Don't throw chairs onstage. Don't speak to the floor, the chairs, or the sides of the thrust. Don't spend excessive time arranging furniture. Don't treat the timer or the accompanist with disrespect. Don't turn your back to compose yourself or change the mood. Don't rush through it to get it over with. Don't speak so softly that you can't be heard. Don't apologize for your mistakes. Don't leave the stage with a negative feeling. Copyright ©2003-2007 Webster University bullet 470 East Lockwood Avenue bullet St. Louis, MO 6 Please direct questions about this web site to [email protected] ngs and monologues. ons. e out. 63119-3194 U.S.A....
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course THE 1000 taught by Professor Chu during the Spring '10 term at Santa Fe College.
- Spring '10