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The first two chapters provide a blueprint for preparing auditions and selecting audition materials. Each monologue also includes a character analysis. The monologues selected are grouped in historical period from classical to contemporary.


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The first two chapters provide a blueprint for preparing auditions and selecting audition materials. Each monologue also includes a character analysis. The monologues selected are grouped in historical period from classical to contemporary.

30 review for The Theatre Audition Book: Playing Monologs from Contemporary, Modern, Period, Shakespeare and Classical Plays: Playing Monologues from Contemporary, Modern, Period, Shakespeare and Classical Plays

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mark Woodland

    The quality of the pieces chosen is not questionable, but the choices are. The book is comprised of some of the most popular and well-known audition pieces, which is not altogether a good thing. Any actor of experience knows that you want to call as much attention to yourself as possible during an audition. One of the best ways to do that is to do more original and lesser-known monologues; therefore, this book isn't of much practical use except in classes. The other aspect to consider is that an The quality of the pieces chosen is not questionable, but the choices are. The book is comprised of some of the most popular and well-known audition pieces, which is not altogether a good thing. Any actor of experience knows that you want to call as much attention to yourself as possible during an audition. One of the best ways to do that is to do more original and lesser-known monologues; therefore, this book isn't of much practical use except in classes. The other aspect to consider is that any director, producer or casting director will have seen the monologues in this book over and over, which means you're pitting yourself against every other actor they've ever seen do it. Why try to outdo them when a fresh audition will likely be more successful? Getting that first callback from the audition is everything. There are plenty of other monologue books with better selections. Better yet: Read lots of plays, always, and find your pieces yourself.

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