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04/13/2021 04/16/2021

Schedule for the Week

Tuesday- ODD
Wednesday- EVEN
Thursday- ODD
Friday- EVEN

Tony Tuesday

Watch Billy Elliot clip

Read Tony Tuesday assignment, you can choose to complete it on Billy Elliot or wait for another week

Tony Tuesday response

article response directions

Theatre 1/2

1- Monologue response assignment

Find 3 published monologues to read and analyze.

Write a one to two page response discussing the 3 monologues you read.

Due Friday, April 16, by 11:59 PM

label period/your name/monologue response

send to hibler@edisoncomputech.com

response style required

article response directions

limit 1 song

Response question: Discuss the 3 monologues you read. Cite authors and titles as you discuss each monologue. Which monologue did you like the most? Why? Did you dislike a monologue? Why? Discuss possible characters who could be speaking. Discuss the themes of each monologue, are they effective?

Here are a few links of monologue databases to help you find monologues:

  1. https://www.backstage.com/monologues/
  2. http://www.monologuesearch.com/
  3. https://www.monologuearchive.com/
  4. https://guides.library.pdx.edu/c.php?g=271198&p=1810735
  5. https://www.dailyactor.com/contemporary-monologues/
  6. https://stageagent.com/monologues
  7. https://www.actorama.com/monologues-scenes/

2- Character Analysis- physical choices

Every character, just like people, move differently. We will discuss the four body leads to help you make physical choices for character. We will use the characters from Fast Car and Lemon Sky.

Lemon Sky monologue

Fast Car monologue

Body Leads: Head, Chest, Stomach, Leg

3- Character Analysis: Simple character sheet

Choose either Lemon Sky or Fast Car and complete the character sheet on your character.

Due Friday, April 23 by 11:59 PM