August 8, 2008, Newsletter Issue #128: Memorizing a Monologue...By Hand

Tip of the Week

Actors have different methods for memorizing monologues. Here is one suggestion that many actors use to really get the words of a monologue to stick in their minds. Try hand-writing your monologue! The time it takes to write our every word, and the concentration you give to the task, will inevitably burn the words of the monologue into your mind. It may seem time-consuming, but a few hours of hand-writing your piece over and over again can prove verys useful in the memorization of even the most difficult monologue.

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