When Mel Fell for Nell
by D.M. Larson
When Mel Fell for Nell by D.M. Larson
NELL. You want to break up. sure. no problem. yeah, I wanted to break up too. I've been
thinking about it from the day we met. This is a person I will need to break up with. But h
Man of La Mancha
Don't you know me? I am Aldonza! (to the others in the room as if to plead her case) He
knows! He must know. Please . you are my lord, Don Quixote! Please - try to
remember! (trying to find the words) It is important, every
FOR SCENES AND LONG SPEECHES - ACTI G CLASSES
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I will also consider scenes and monologues from the f ll'owing playwrights. ,
that do not appear on the list
Delicate Balance, A *
Who's Afraid of Virgi
Scoring a Monologue
Beats occur when the actor pauses and changes during a scene or monologue. However, BEATS are much more
than just pauses.
BEATS are sections within a scene or monologue.
Each time there is a change in dynamic, emotion, or purpo
Basic Acting Terms!
Who, What, Where, When, Why!
The story of the play!
The facts, events, time and place of action, the conditions of life.!
The actor and directors interpretation, the sets, lights, costumes, production design,
1) Arcadia by Tom Stoppard!
2) Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes by Tony Kushner!
3) August: Osage County by Tracy Letts!
4) Wit by Margaret Edson!
5) Doubt by John Patrick Shanley!
6) Dog Sees God: Confessions of
Research and perform biographical and script analysis on the text. Identify the Given
Circumstances of where, when, who and what. This information can be extrapolated from the
text. It can be learned from what the character says and do