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You must Must MUST read those monologs aloud - only then will you know if the pieces are right for you!! Get the speech off the page & out of your head. See what you can actually DO with it. If there are unusual wordings, can you make them your own? If there is cursing, can you do it with all the playwright's intended vehemence? Think about each word. Each punctuation. Each phrase & interrupted sentence. Each written pause. Consider the intent of the piece before you add your own ideas. Let the monolog lead you to the acting of it.

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