silence…….wait what?why the hell did i send a blank gif…….and what is this on my arms
something messed up is going on
Was that always blank? Is this like a cyber-disease or something? Those marks on my arms keep appearing like yours D:
you too?as for the gif i don’t know..maybe it’s just broken or something..?
Hey look, free wifi
These marks just a-appeared on my arm. And i-i don’t know where i am. There was free wifi.
did the wifi look something like this:┓┏ 凵 =╱⊿┌┬┐? i clicked it too and now i don’t know where i am…..please someone help me
Can someone please help? I keep tripping over thin air…like all over my apartment. My gun just appeared on my kitchen counter and I’m all out of ammo. What the hell is going on?!
Personally, I quite like the Alice in Wonderland monologue, I used this monologue earlier this year (in a show where I got a lead might I add lol) It’s probably one of my favorite monologues. It’s appropriate and lots of fun and shows a lot of emotion. It can be found here: http://www.monologuearchive.com/c/carroll_001.html
Break your leg at auditions and keep rocking the stage!!
Submitted by broadwayhopeful23!
For songs, look into the songs “Pulled” from The Addams Family and “Cain’t Say No” from Oklahoma! Both are uptempo, cheerful and comedic songs that would be a blast to learn and sing for an audition. They’re in easy ranges, but if you want to belt more go for Cain’t Say No, but if you want to go in and out of belting, Pulled is a perfect option.
As for the comedic monologues, choose one of the monologues from the musical “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”…Lucy’s monologues and Sally’s monologue are hysterical to watch and read. Break a leg and keep rocking the stage!
A hint of advice-don’t try out for all shows like that! Do community theatre for experience. Everyone has to get in those, and sure you have to pay to be in them to cover the costume costs and whatnot, but it is the best way to get experience. You can build close-knit friendships with everyone and you still get to put on a lot of wonderful shows. Community theatre is the way to go! Keep rocking the stage :)
That’s just it. Picture sad things. If you can’t really picture sad things, imagine someone yelling at you or something. It’s very upsetting and it’s hard to think about, but it helps. My one friend had to cry in a scene, and he said he had to imagine his dad beating him. Which is absolutely horrific, but it got him to start crying. If you don’t want to go that route, maybe try something that’s really happy that would make you cry out of joy. You are a theatre kid, and I’m sure you have imagination to do that. Keep rocking the stage and break a leg in Godspell!
Of course there are good roles for sopranos! I don’t know how your Lyric Soprano voice sounds, but here are some amazing high soprano roles: Cosette in Les Miserables (look up “A Heart Full of Love”), Joanna from Sweeney Todd (look up “Green Finch and Linnet Bird”), Abagail from 1776 (look up “Yours, Yours, Yours”), Maria from West Side Story (look up “Tonight”), and Marian Paroo from The Music Man (look up “Til There was You”) and those are just a few that i can think of off the top of my head!