I am eagerly waiting for some news from the acting school I will attend
. All I know is that it starts in November, where it is and at what time. I have no idea on what the teacher is expecting of us in the first lesson. I used to take lessons in Montreal, where I had to prepare a little monologue, nothing classic, something simple. It might not be the way my new acting teacher will kick start the course, but I might have to find something, some text in a play. And I have only two plays in English here: Shininc City
and The Dragonfly of Chicoutimi
. If I can choose one play to pick up a text from, I think it will be from either one of those, because I love them, because they are contemporary and because I would not miss an opportunity to work on texts I love and to look at them in a different light, and from an insider's perspective, so to speak. And there are these lines
from The Dragonfly of Chicoutimi
which I always found brilliant and I would love to play them for an audience, even if it was a small one. But I wonder if my readers have any suggestions.
No advice here...acting and plays are not my department. But I bet you'll be great. I know you're excited too. AND....November is almost here! :o)
Techniquement, Dragonfly est en français avec des mots anglais... mais qu'importe. Je te souhaite "merde", ou, pour être plus anglo, "break a leg".
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