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The Ultimate Audition Book for Teens Volume XI: 111 One-Minute Monologues by Type (Young Actors Series) download epub

by Kristen Dabrowski


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Dabrowski offers two outstanding collections that include brief but helpful tips on how actors can make these monologues their ow. - -Stage Directions.

Only 12 left in stock (more on the way). Dabrowski offers two outstanding collections that include brief but helpful tips on how actors can make these monologues their ow. From the Inside Flap. For auditions, class, or practice, this series of books delivers exactly what it promises: a whole lot of engaging one-minute monologues for teen characters.

monologues from then? This book. Here are some tips on appraoching monologues: 1. Pick the mono. will engage teenagers unlike any other book. An indispensable book for teens, as well as parents, grandpar. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens: The Ultimate Teenage Success Guide. 84 MB·28,851 Downloads·New! will engage teenagers unlike any other book. 250 Pages·2011·878 KB·232,638 Downloads.

11: 111 One-Minute Monologues by Type (Young Actors Series). I can't imagine recommending this book, or making use of more than 3 or 4 of the 111 "monologues" presented here.

The Ultimate Audition Book for Teens Volume 11: 111 One-Minute Monologues by Type (Young Actors Series). by. Kristen Dabrowski. I'm not sure If Dabrowski has any experience teaching and working with teens, but the material in this book implies she doesn't.

by Kristen Dabrowski. series Young Actors Series. If looking through monologue books leaves you feeling confused,dissatisfied, or overwhelmed, this is the book for you!A unique twist on a classic Smith & Kraus theme, this userfriendly book contains unique and active monologues divided into clear categories. With descriptive titles to each section like "Rebellion: Don't Tell Me What to Do," "Secrets: What Nobody Knows about Me," and "Duh: Tales of the Misunderstood," it will be easy and fun to find the piece that suits you.

The Ultimate Monologue Book for Middle School Actors Volume IV: 111 One-Minute Monologues, The Rich .

The Ultimate Monologue Book for Middle School Actors Volume IV: 111 One-Minute Monologues, The Rich, The Famous, The Historical. Thirty Monologues for Teens.

If looking through monologue books leaves you feeling confused,dissatisfied, or overwhelmed, this is the book for you!A unique twist on a classic Smith & Kraus theme, this userfriendly book contains unique and active monologues divided into clear categories. With descriptive titles to each section like ""Rebellion: Don't Tell Me What to Do,"" ""Secrets: What Nobody Knows about Me,"" and ""Duh: Tales of the Misunderstood,"" it will be easy and fun to find the piece that suits you. Look for a huge assortment of character types.

9781575255804) by Kristen Dabrowski and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books .

Her other books, published by Smith and Kraus, include The Ultimate Monologue Book for Middle School Actors Volume I: 111 One-Minute Monologues, The Ultimate Audition Book for Teens Volume III: 111 One-Minute Monologues, the 10+ play series, the Teens Speak series, and Twenty 10-Minute Plays for Teens Volume 1. Currently, she lives in the world's smallest apartment in New.

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If looking through monologue books leaves you feeling confused,dissatisfied, or overwhelmed, this is the book for you!A unique twist on a classic Smith & Kraus theme, this userfriendly book contains unique and active monologues divided into clear categories. With descriptive titles to each section like "Rebellion: Don't Tell Me What to Do," "Secrets: What Nobody Knows about Me," and "Duh: Tales of the Misunderstood," it will be easy and fun to find the piece that suits you. Look for a huge assortment of character types and issues written in a way that's current and immediate for young male and female actors looking to show off their talents in auditions and at school.

Comments: (2)

Hanad
Though slightly less predictable than some of Dabrowski's monologue volumes, many of the monologues included in this book deal with conflicts outside of the character and are presented as a series of mostly questions to an unseen and occasionally undefined other character. As stated within the title, the volume is organized by "types" (players, geeks, addicts, troublemakers) feeding in to Dabrowski's biggest problem of stereotyping characters rendering the book useless for true character studies.

The most interesting monologues have characters questioning themselves about subjects such as whether or not to ride with a drunk driver (pg 34), convincing a friend not to have sex (pg. 39), contemplating a gender change (pg 54), confronting parents who don't recognize the speaker's worth (pg 55), acting stereotypical of the character's race (pg 71), or confronting an absent father (pg 78).

Some of the monologues are humorous looks at the characters' foibles such as self- aggrandizing (pg 14), gullibility (pg 16), acknowledging past mistakes (pg 36), or vanity (pg 27 and pg 64).

The benefits of this volume are outweighed by Dabrowski's never-changing voice and diction and by her usual use of general stereotyping of teen cliques (Emo pg 29 or Popular pg 67). This book could be used for classroom rather than tournament use, but volumes such as More Short Scenes and Monologues for Middle School Students (Mary Hall Surface) or More Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays (Robert Ellis) would be more universally useful.
Pameala
At first I was a little uncertain about how this book is structured---putting teens into "types"? But, I confess, it's actually really useful. I use this book in Drama and English classes at two schools with very different cultures. One is very conservative, one is more urban. The material works for both environments. We change words and cultural references here and there from time to time. When students are looking for pieces to perform, they often use "types" as guidelines; I find myself using this book more than I would have expected. Also, we've had some really good discussions and projects come from using some monologues read in class. I would recommend. While every piece won't work for every person or school (of course), there's enough here (111 monologues) to find something that will work for everyone.
The Ultimate Audition Book for Teens Volume XI: 111 One-Minute Monologues by Type (Young Actors Series) download epub
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Author: Kristen Dabrowski
ISBN: 1575255294
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Subcategory: Art Music & Photography
Language: English
Publisher: Smith & Kraus Books for Kids (January 1, 2007)
Pages: 117 pages