Each year at Plymouth State University, we honor our graduating seniors for their accomplishments and growth during their time in our program. This year, we are unable to hold any kind of convocation or social gathering to properly recognize these remarkable people. In lieu of our traditional ceremony, we are presenting here, online, this year’s Senior Awards in Theatre (in alphabetical order).
Choose one monologue for your Mamma Mia! audition and please prepare and tape. You can download these monologues to your phone or computer from this link.as a PDF. Monologue 1 If there’s one thing I can’t stand in theater, it’s walking out along on stage at the beginning of the evening to open a show cold. (Grins) But it’s better than waiting tables. I’m Charlie (ironic)…your waiter for the evening. I’d rather be on stage tonight. Waiting tables is a toy job. You probably don’t know what a toy job is. I’ll explain. A toy job is a job that you don’t really care about, that you do to make a living, while you wait for the chance to do the job you want to do. (Beat. He measures the audience) But maybe you know already. Being a waiter is sort of a standard job for an actor, it’s expected….
Just like a real bulletin board, anyone can post a schedule here. This will mostly be for stage managers to use. If you have a project or a scene for a class, though, you may post it here. Select + New –> Schedule. Give the schedule a logical name, such as “Music Rehearsal,” or “Stage Kiss.” Your name and the date you posted it will be listed next to the title. The most recent schedules are listed first. Select the appropriate Ensemble for this schedule. If we have three shows in rehearsal, use this to tell us which cast this is for. The Callboard will use this to sort things out. Enter any text you like into the text field. It is just like writing an email or a blog post.