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Audition Monologs for Student Actors II: Selections from Contemporary Plays

Roger Ellis

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ISBN 10: 1566080738 / ISBN 13: 9781566080736
Published by Meriwether Pub
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Title: Audition Monologs for Student Actors II: ...

Publisher: Meriwether Pub

Binding: Soft cover

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The monologs in this new theatre text are highly original works not found in other published versions. All are from very recently produced plays from both established and emerging new writers. The fifty selections are for actors ten to twenty-four years of age, suitable for competitive auditions, forensics, oral interpretation, or acting exercises. The monolog collection is divided equally between male and female characters, with a variety of pieces for minority actors. These monologs address the major trends and conflicts of today through revealing glimpses of society as we know it. Includes the work of forty contemporary playwrights. A must for any audtioning actor or theatre student.

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Roger Ellis earned his M.A. in English and Drama from the University of Santa Clara, and his Ph.D. in Dramatic Arts from the University of California at Berkeley. During that time he was also guest stage director for several colleges and universities. He has authored or edited eight books in theatre, plus numerous articles, essays and short stories. In 1991 he initiated an ethnic theatre program at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, creating guest artist residencies and staging plays celebrating cultural diversity.
In addition, he has been director of the University's Shakespeare Festival since 1993. He has worked professionally as an actor or director with various Michigan and California theatres and has served as President of the Theatre Alliance of Michigan for the past six years. He is currently a Professor of Theatre at Grand Valley State University.

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