Reality Driven: 101 Bite Size Monologues/Audition Pieces for Men and Women

Reality Driven: 101 Bite Size Monologues/Audition Pieces for Men and Women

by Gavin Levy

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Overview

Reality Driven: 101 Bite Size Monologues/Audition Pieces for Men and Women by Gavin Levy

Reality Driven is a compendium of fascinating real life based monologues. This book fits right into the publics hunger for reality-based programming. It is because of the actors' demand for new, original, and exciting material that this book has been written. Each monologue is accompanied by a unique and accurate character description. Every monologue is written out twice, once with grammar and once without. Because most people do not speak in grammatically correct sentences, these monologues give the actor the opportunity to create each piece in their own manner without interference.

Each individual monologue contains suggestions, to the actor, yet allows the freedom for individual direction. Female characters can be read by men, and vise versa. Books always say you need the author's permission to change a word, so I'm giving you my permission now. Some of these monologues are not pretty, they're in your face and non-apologetic, but then so is life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781438242200
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/18/2008
Pages: 218
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Gavin Levy is an instructor at the American National Academy in Studio City. He has also worked alongside Paul Gleason at the Paul Gleason Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. His first book: 112 Acting Games, was published by Meriwether in 2005. Meriwether also published his second book: Acting Games for Individual Performers.
Levy is a native Londoner who came to the United States in 1999. He presently lives in Hollywood, California. He received his ALAM from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and is also a graduate of the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. He has over eighteen years' theatre experience, including instructing, directing and writing. In London, he was involved with both the Impact Theatre Company and the Dragon Drama Theatre Company. He has written several plays including: A Day in the Life of Me and My Cup of Tea.

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