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Thursday, February 28, 2008



I believe in this topic. I was hvniag so much trouble finding a dramatic monologue, but when I found one that I connected to until today I repeat it over and over. In the shower, out loud to my kids even when laying in bed and every single time it gets better and I say to my self Oh my God why didn't I do it like that at the audition . I do understand those out there that say they hate it because it is hard to find one, but I relized finding time to go to the libary and picking up a play even if don't know whats about that is what makes it so amazing.

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