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Understanding Monologues & What Parents Should Know

A monologue is a solo performance where a single actor delivers a speech or a series of lines to express their thoughts, feelings, or narrative. It's a moment within a play, film, or theatrical production where a character speaks directly to the audience, revealing their inner thoughts, emotions, or experiences. Monologues are powerful tools for actors, as they require the ability to convey a character's depth. Whether it's a dramatic poem, a comedic rant, or a introspective reflection, a well-delivered monologue can captivate audiences and provide insights into the character's psyche.

November into December we are preparing Monologues. Monologues are crucial for our actors as they provide a platform to showcase their acting skills and range by taking on the challenge of developing various characters from different backgrounds and genres. Teaching youth on how to deliver a good monologue allows young actors to build their skill in conveying character depth, complex emotions and storytelling in a concentrated form. A well practiced Monologue is a valuable tool for auditions and acting classes, helping actors develop confidence, stage presence, and a strong connection with a wide range of characters. Serving as a means for actors to stand out and make a lasting impression in a highly competitive industry, ultimately paving the way for greater opportunities and career growth.


Acting is a very underrated skill. If your child expresses an interest in pursuing a career in film, TV or stage acting, you can help them to achieve their goals. Here how:

1. Start with training, make sure that they are learning the skills they need.

2. Don't rush the process. Wait until they have really mastered the basic skills before allowing them to go out and audition for professional roles. There's no second chance at a first impression.

3. Help them to develop the tools they will need; headshots, resumes, and reel clips.

4. Be careful of who they audition for and who the communicate with on line. There are more scams than genuine opportunities on line.

5. Talk to them about their social media, a negative post can ruin their chances before they start or impact them in the future. Also young artists are targets for fake producers and directors.

6. Encourage them to study all aspects of performing, having the ability to sing and follow choreography can make the difference in who gets the job!


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