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re: THe Children's hour

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EmieMarie
Broadway Star
joined:7/13/06
THe Children's hour
Posted: 12/22/06 at 02:35am
I'm auditioning for the Children's Hour and yes I have read the whole play, I am going for Martha or Karen
We have to do a contemp. monologue and I was thinking of doing Bella's "I'm as strong as an Ox" mono from Lost in Yonkers.

If anyone must scream and jump infront of the bullet for me, this would be an oppertune time

and if y'all know any monologues that WOULD get me the part?

kudos to those who reply
Fear no more the heat o' the sun, Nor the furious winter's rages; Thou thy worldly task hast done, Home art gone and ta'en thy wages: Golden lads and girls all must, As chimney-sweepers, come to dust. ~Cymbeline
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justagirl2
Broadway Legend
joined:10/31/05
re: THe Children's hour
Posted: 12/22/06 at 03:02pm
My best friend just finished this play at her college, so I'll ask her today what monologues were used for those characters.
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ForTheLoveOfLea
Broadway Legend
joined:7/8/04
re: THe Children's hour
Posted: 12/23/06 at 03:58pm
I'm in the rehersal process for The Children's Hour at my college now. I'm playing Karen. :) For my audition I actually did a Julie's monologue from Carousel when she is telling Billy she loves him after he died. Good luck!
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theaterFrEaK07
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joined:9/26/05
re: THe Children's hour
Posted: 12/28/06 at 12:13pm
Im about to start rehersals for the Childrens Hour too. Im playing Cardin. Its such a beautifully tragic show.
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ExpressThis
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joined:8/21/06
re: THe Children's hour
Posted: 12/28/06 at 03:17pm
I suggest going to Barnes & Noble in the DRAMA section because they have the whole script there...i just bought it! :) it's interesting!
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EmieMarie
Broadway Star
joined:7/13/06
re: THe Children's hour
Posted: 12/28/06 at 08:57pm
I read the playwhen I first learned we were doing it, It is so beautifully written, That why I really want to be cast in this show!!!
Fear no more the heat o' the sun, Nor the furious winter's rages; Thou thy worldly task hast done, Home art gone and ta'en thy wages: Golden lads and girls all must, As chimney-sweepers, come to dust. ~Cymbeline

 
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