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For our development section of the course we are asked to perform a monologue. This could either be a previously written monologue of 'Our Sammy', which is from the Blood Brothers play

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Development section For our development section of the course we are asked to perform a monologue. This could either be a previously written monologue of 'Our Sammy', which is from the Blood Brothers play, or to write up our own monologue which relates to the play 'Blood Brothers'. I decided to write my own monologue, because It gave me the chance to be original, and to express what I interpret what the characters are feeling, so that I could put it into my own words and to block the piece how I wanted it to be performed. The 'monologue' word comes from the Greek words "mono" and "logos" which means "one word", it is a linguist act designed to transport/convey information by one person directly addressing the audience. ...read more.

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Interior Monologue: This is where the actor speaks to himself or herself. It is examining their own sensory and perceptual experiences and reveals the inner motives/thoughts to the audience. This is commonly used in stream of consciousness (stream of consciousness indicates a library technique (works of fiction using certain techniques to tell a story)) writing. A monologue is an art form in and of its self, but it is always part of a bigger, dialogue-based play. It is a provision of another point or angle in relating to the audience and revealing the character's inner life, motives and emotions. My own written monologue is about Edward just after he's meet Mickey, it shows his emotions towards Mickey, how incredible the coincidence is ...read more.

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He's super fun but dead careful he knows How to play count to ten and you'll be on your way...... That's his favourite game But I'm not allowed to play anymore Because mummy says so Whenever we meet, Mrs Johnstone or mummy splits us up An excuse, bed time or something like that But I don't mind because were blood brothers Blood brothers forever and ever so it's all alright. So when mummy comes and spoils the fun I really.... really want her to...to... F off!!!! But it's not fair she always wins And anyway I'm only seven Only seven and a bit...... ?? ?? ?? ?? Francis Runiceman Mr. S Markey 11.8 ...read more.

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