Chicago Stage Standard - Not Recommended " A description of externals demands some, but not often a great, degree of it. At other times it is an individual who stands out in broad spiritual and intellectual contrast with another of the same people and the same age.
Female, Dramatic, Teenss Hamlet has just cruelly admonished Ophelia for no apparent reason. Female, Comedic, Teenss Julia, the beloved of Proteus, who has several other suitors, receives a love letter from him which she impetuously tears up.
A monologue from Hamlet. A monologue from The Merchant love sex and the irs monologue in Geelong Venice. A monologue from The Comedy of Errors. Teenaged Sandra has been helping her best friend choose an outfit for her date…with Jimmy, the guy Sandra yearns for. If callbacks are necessary, the director will schedule the date and time.
Bill revels in the sexy honeymoon he has planned. Despite her affair with Leslie, she loves Jon and does want to marry him.
See author's posts. Her awkward small talk quickly devolves into a very personal account of why she has socially awkward tendencies and social anxiety. Her speech is somewhat malicious. A monologue from Much Ado About Nothing. A monologue from The Merchant of Venice.
They seem to stem from her young adult relationship with her parents; her awkward feelings and comments are spilling over into her interactions with others, especially in romantic situations.
The great dramatic genius, for example, first realizes a character and his thoughts and feelings, and then, identifying himself with that character, gives them expression. What an opportunity for the display of pictorial technique in words!
Close behind his heel Now creeps he slow, and now with many a frisk, Wide-scampering, snatches up the drifted snow With ivory teeth, or ploughs it with his snout: Then shakes his powdered coat and barks for joy—.