Sunday, January 1, 2017

Lesson 7 Free Online Acting School Help for Actors 2017 Edition

Free Help For Actors - Lesson 7 of the Free Acting School

Now it is time to prepare yourself to act. After you selected two monologues to perform on camera from this link http://www.freedrama.net/small1a.net then answer the following questions in the blog comments below.



Which character in the monologues is most like you?


What character is most like you Free Acting School Part 7


When you pick a character, ask yourself the following:

What do you like about the character?

What is similar between you and that character?

Do you know someone else who is like the character?

Do you have a personal experience that helps you understand this character?

Think about why the character is the way he/she is. What made them the way they are? Make up a "back story" or history of the character. Where did they come from? What do they like and dislike? How old are they? What do they dress like?

I once heard an actor say they always decide what that character might have for breakfast and that helps them figure the character out.

There are no wrong answers. The important thing is to learn as much as possible about the character before performing the character.

Post in the comments below your answers to the questions above.

You must then respond to another actor in the blog discussion below.  Your interactions MUST be positive :) ***

ACTING TIP FROM STELLA ADLER: "The actor has to develop his body. The actor has to work on his voice. But the most important thing the actor has to work on is his mind."
Post your replies to the above questions in the comments below.


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102 comments:

  1. the charecter i most liked is the captain from the "die and leave thee monoluge". because i can play the charecter alike me.
    no personal experience but a great mindset to play the part.

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  2. The characters I chose are most similar to my everyday lifestyles. I can definitely relate to them because they are more like my personality.

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    1. That's great, I choose that kind of characters too:)
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    2. I feel the same way. Good Luck. Remember acting isnt pretending, acting is being the person, feeling the person and understanding the person. Good luck

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  3. I chose the Big Bad Wolf. I like his honesty and vulnerability.
    Some similarities include, being judged, being misunderstood, wanting acceptance and sometimes, you just want to be heard.
    I do know a couple people like The Big Bad Wolf.
    I have personal experiences that help me understand him and relate better. It reminds me of Highschool and then later on in my early 20's.

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    1. I'm sure you'll do great as The Big Bad Wolf!!!

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    2. Thats a really good answer you actually thought it through so i think youll do a great job performing him. Good luck my friend.

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  4. In Forget About Me, I identify with the character. Although I am not depressed and I do not experience severe emotions like she does, I understand the feeling of your siblings "outshining" you. I actually have heard how my brothers could've "done it better" or even how they "already did it better." I do not know anyone who truly identifies with Moira, as even I do not, but I'm sure that there are people out there.
    Moira's Story: I haven't read the play, but this is my best guess: Moira is a teenage girl with an older sister who her parents favor. She pretends to be all smiley and nice, letting the pain of never feeling good enough consume her from the outside in. She has friends, but they never REALLY understand her. She is more liked and more beautiful than she thinks.

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    1. I like your impression of her. I think we all expirienced things like taht. Even if they aren´t with a sibling they will always be somebody who does it better or did it better.

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  5. I really liked the monologue End of hurting and Alien goo.Alien goo's captian is really comic and i'll have fun while doing it

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  6. I choose not perfect child.

    I like about her...I actually don't know why I like her, maybe because she remind me of myself.

    Similiar thing between her and me is that I'm kind of not perfect child too.

    No, just me.

    Yeah, a very good one.

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    1. I can also relate to Not Perfect Child, not because I am the golden child, but it's because I'm the eldest and when my parents harp on me for my behaviour, they don't do it to my younger siblings.

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    2. I relate to what you all are saying in I am the oldest and we really pave our own paths.Our siblings are usually the exact opposite of what we are and our parents usually expect different from us. Stay strong and good luck with your acting careers.

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  7. i really enjoyed the all of the acting jobs and feel that they all did a magnificent job.

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  8. Who I can relate more to is Gabi in Angel's Wings as I have had experiences where I thought I was with the right person and then got my heart broken that I wished bad things on them, but then always remember sometimes as how it used to be with them. Though I have never thought the people I've been with I was truly in love with, but I have seen it and have seen it being stripped away from that one person. And I also know someone who is just like Gabi.

    I can see Gabi being the person who eats bacon and eggs in the morning once a week, wearing a dress or a decent outfit that doesn't consists of ripped jeans and t-shirts that show off her stomach, she cannot eat sugar as she doesn't like it, she would be considered in her late 20s, early 30s.

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    1. Somehow I always post my things after you and I noticed that you're one of few here who really takes their to post their answers, which shows that you're really taking this seriously. It also seems that you can relate to this character a lot, which means that your performance will be great, hopefully I would be able to see it on youtube or something.

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    2. *takes their time to post their answers*
      sorry :)

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    3. It seems like you connect with Gabi in many ways. You seem like you will be able to play her and be great.

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  9. What I like about Jimmy from "Farting is Such Sorrow" monologue is that he is drunk and for actor that can be exciting thing to play, especially for the beginners, it may be hard as well, but I think that we should challenge ourselves in order to progress. Like Jimmy I'm not very close with my parents, it's not as extreme as in Jimmy's case, but still; like Jimmy (and Turk from "Hungry for Death" monologue) I also act driven by my emotions. Jimmy is nearly 17 and I'm 20, so I guess we are both teenagers. I don't drink like Jimmy does, but I know a lot of people like him. Someone close to me, just like Jimmy, found some bad friends and he has changed since then.
    Jimmy is nearly 18 years old drunk kid. He grew up with his alcoholic parents abused; he wasn't really close with his parents or anyone else so he distanced himself from everyone. fifth grade of elementary school he met some friends who introduce him into drinking and into life style of a "cool" teenage kid. As the problems at home wouldn't stop, he continued drinking and in time he found comfort in alcohol. In school he was becoming more and more popular, earning himself reputation of bad boy. He entered high school as this mysterious cool bad boy and it's only natural that he got himself attention from girls, one of which was Shelly. After a while they met and started dating, Shelly was Jimmy's new addiction and she kept him from drowning in alcohol; they were so much in love and Jimmy decided to give her ring as a promise that they would stay together forever. But Jimmy haven't replaced alcohol completely with Shelly, as the abusing and problems at home wouldn't stop, only growing, he continued drinking, slowly sinking in his addiction. When he got to second year of high school is when the play "Flowers in the Desert" starts. Jimmy likes his reputation of a cool kid (drinking involved) and he doesn't want to give up drinking because he doesn't want to come out as loser, but when he met Serge, who reasoned him, Jimmy decided to give up drinking for Shelly. Since Jimmy is cool bad and mysterious kid I see him in hoodies, T-shirt underneath it and black pants; with hood on his head, head down, hands in his pockets, but when he's drunk he's in mess.

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    1. Sounds like a great story. If I was male, I would definetely want to play such Jimmy carachter

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    2. Im excited to see you play this! I remember Denzel Washington saying the key is to act like you're trying to look sober not act drunk.

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    3. I'm actually looking forward to seeing you perform this! Really does sound like a great story.

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  11. I will say that neither of these characters are like me, but the kind girl from "Dance with the Wind" is obviously closer to me than a murderer haha
    The biggest thing I like about her is that she is not afraid, she thinks she is stronger than the power of destruction, because she can heal.
    The main similarity between us is this unbreakable strength and optimism, which I'm actually known for in my friends circle.
    Honestly, I know a few very kind people, but none with such an inner strength.
    I've had a personal experience with bullies, when I tried to protect a little girl from an old big bad man. I stood up for her, called for help, though he left before anyone has arrived.
    So, this girl, or a young women, to be exact, was just an ordinary student. She wore pretty dresses and studied well. Until one day she gained some superpower. But she was rejecting it at first, because she considered herself too soft to be a hero. Then this wind came, and destroyed everything around. That's how she realized that she is the one to protect the people by healing everything.
    "I once heard an actor say they always decide what that character might have for breakfast and that helps them figure the character out" - great technique! I can vividly imagine her being a vegeterian and saving the nature!

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  12. I love "End the hurt". It shows someone in pain because other person is hurting, but also, shows he/she has the power to make the pain stop for him/herself <3

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  13. In the monologue call me dumper i can relate to Lane. I understand her point of view and how she sees life. even though she is not happy in her small town and the people she still sticks around and doesn't mind the way people pick on her. The similarity i have with her is that she does not care about what others think of her to an extent. in beauty and perfection i really enjoy the way she sees her life and when things go not as she plans she wishes she could go back to when she wasn't born. I would love to perform that

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  14. Nell tries to cover up her feelings by not letting her boyfriend see that she is actually not okay with just being friends. She doesn’t want sympathy from anyone especially from the guy that just broke her heart. I like this character as she reminds me of myself. I don’t like showing my feelings to others, so I hide them away. Just like Nell, sometimes my emotions become so overwhelming that I just break down in tears. Shelly on the other hand has low self esteem and so do i. she tries to make herself stronger by talking to herself in the mirror and I can sympathise with her on that. I have never had a break up so I have no idea about that aspect but I have got so overwhelmed before and my emotions have just run wild. I think shelly has had a lot of hurt in her life and a lot of unknown scenarios, therefore I think that she is scared of being hurt.

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    1. I can relate to this character as well! I think most of us women do :)

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  15. Never touch, the monologue from big nose
    Cyrano is the main character, there are a lot of similarities : i have a big nose,i am a cadet and my girl does'nt loves me back. This helps me to understand this character more closely.my experience relates to his. He's around my age and is heartbroken and pretty sad about his big nose .he's actually embrassed of it. He really loves roxy but is sad because things are not happening between them.
    As you said later he likes bread omellete in breakfast.

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  16. Sorry but none are most like me. I apologize I have my own likes, and I can't lie if I didn't like something. Though I'm sure they will be liked by many others. I just don't happen to be one of them. But as human beings, I'm sure they are superb.

    I know plenty other people like the character. I do not have any personal experience that significantly help me understand the character. I think what made them the way they are is current world leadership. They all shape future generations. I'm only 28 don't worry.

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  17. #1 The Not So Perfect Child.
    Unfortunately there have been times when I've felt exactly like the character. She is hurt, feels left alone and unworthy of anybody's love ad/or attention. Always comparing herself to others, her sister in particular. They have all ot takes, and she doesn't.
    I think most people at some point in their lives felt this way, and this is what I like about the character, it's real. She's no hero, no villain, no made up character, just an ordinary girl struggling with her self-esteem.
    If I were to guess why she's this way, I'd say she just was a bit unfortunate in life, maybe few bad things too many happened to her, maybe she has a bit of a "victim-syndrome". She's not necessarely and outcast, but she's suffering from depression and tends to alienate herself from the outside world.
    All things that I myself felt on my skin. i dilike the being a victim part though.

    #2 Kill First, Gloat Later
    Well, I use a lot of irony and cynicism, things this character doesn't lack. He's a villain tired of loosing to really silly plot holes. I'm sure anybody asked themselves "why is he/she waisting so much time explaining the plan?!" while reading a book or whatching a play/film. Well, this is finally the moment villains get their Revenge with their NOT-revealed master plan!

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  18. The character in the monolgue I chose is most like my best friend and how she feels. Depressed. I can almost relate to the charactet

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  19. The similarities between me and the wolf in "Brainwashed Freaks" is I do feel that domesticated animals in zoos have learned to happily live in cages. The Wolf believes that wolves should be free and happy and not in cages. He is willing to die to save others also because when he hears that the hunters are close, he decides to be a sacrifice to distract them so that they don't also get the other animal he is speaking to. I think he is young maybe early to mid twenties. That's the usual age of revolutionaries..
    In "A Thing for Nerds" I'm similar to her in that I like those who like me lol. She likes nerds mostly because of the love and affection and positive attention they show her. She came to love nerds after realizing that other categories of men such as jocks and pretty boys wouldn't give her the time of day.

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    1. Really strong description. As I have chosen the same monologue, I am looking forward to watch your acting. Good luck.

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    2. I love your connections and input! You sound like a very good actress!

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  20. Nell and I are both the kind of people who have walls up, and don't trust people as easily. Nell said she didn't want o get close to anyone and it reminded me of how I feel that way because I'm afraid that if I let someone get close to me I'm basically inviting them to break my heart.
    I also feel like Lane's character is almost like me in the sense that we both find this strange kind of happiness with one thing and we can't find it anywhere else.

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  21. The characters I chose (Shelly in Beauty and Perfection & Ashley in Blessing in disguise) expressed varieties of emotions and i'd love to see me do that too.

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    1. Experimenting with different emotions is a great idea for practice!! I'm doing the same thing.

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  23. Cassandra and Lane are the most like me, i'd have to say.

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  24. I think Cyril from the "Go Home" monologue is most like me, because he genuinely wants to do something good but feels held back by something. I like his character because he's a man who wants to be a hero. I really think me and Cyril are very alike, in the monologue, because I can remember so many times I really wanted to help people (running for political office, etc), or other things, and I was never able to go after those things because of constant limitations/barriers/walls of life that prevent me from doing so. But each time I fail I get more determined to see the next thing through. I can't say I really know anyone else who is like him. They're either currently in, or were in the military, and feel a sense of duty from their father who was also in the military. But their whole life, they wanted to be a hero. In kindergarten or first grade, they were the kid who said that they wanted to be a cop when they grew up. They've always dreamed of being a hero. By the monologue I'd also say they are young, probably in their 20s somewhere. A man who wants to be something more than themself.

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  25. Lesson 7: The Two characters I liked most were Bay From Happy With a Failure and Mezmero in Kill First Gloat Later.I feel both monologues were well performed.Part 1 of my answer for Lesson Seven is why I like Bay in Happy With A Failure.I like Bay for the same reason I connect with him.His life and his decisions in life are not about himself,it is always about what is better for others.He always put his desires on the back burner to please others. Then one day he said enough is enough and decided he wanted to chase his dreams. He would rather fail at what he desires then regret never trying and disappointing himself.I feel the same about acting as Bay felt about rock music.I have always wanted to act and have always loved the theatre but my decisions to put others first and do what was expected left me with a void and a desire to fill. Can I act,could I be successful at acting not knowing was eating at me.I am in my forties but I would guess Bay is in his late twenties or early thirties and dresses as an orchestra boy should but then when he is away from every one else he dresses like he is in a metal band. I have known lots of people who made decisions that put them down a path other then the one they desire but very few come back.Just because Bay had all the advantages a probably middle lasses family could afford like me he will not be happy until he knows success or failure with his passion.
    Part Two is why I like or connect to Mezmero in Kill First Gloat Later .The truth is he is a lot like most people or managers with a good work ethic me included.We like to take charge and make it happen,and it doesn't matter if your an older more experienced villain in a bad costume or a twenty something at your first job.It also doesn't not matter if you are from a well to do family or a broke one.It also doesn't matter if you had a bad child or you just saw my prosper from being a villain in such a corrupt society. Our Villain probably was he latter but it just does not change the fact you have to act first and discuss the outcome later.When ever you manage a situation you live with the outcome of your decisions good or bad but procrastination can get you in trouble like the good guy in this story.Mezmero shows the importance of not being lazy and doing what needs to be done NOW!

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  26. The two monologues I chose were Angel's Wings from Midnight of the Soul and A Thing From Nerds from the play My William Shatner Man Crush. The thing I like about both characters I like is their honest. I feel like the similar thing between me and Gabi from Angel's Wings is that we're both very trusting people. I don't really think their is anything similar between me and Jenny from My William Shatner Man Crush. I know a person who is like Gabi. They would do anything to get a second chance to be with the person that got away. Gabi is a divorced woman who comes from Seattle. She likes to try different things with food and cooks breakfast though she never eats it. She only eats fruit for breakfast. She dresses very conservatively. Jenny is a teenager. She likes games and watching movies a lot. She doesn't hate school. She probably dresses in a t-shirt and jeans. I feel like she would have cereal for breakfast.

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  27. My chosen characters are The little pirate and the wolf. I think the little pirate is most like me. I imagine that he is the same age as me and somewhere deep down in my heart I also want to have pirate adventures at last once in my life. So this monologue gave me the opportunity to dream about my own sea adventures.

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  28. For the first monologue, I think the character is gutsy, a bit ballsy, and also reserved, caring and passionate. She's not afraid to take risks and she's kind and loving. She cares about people. I feel like I'm similar in the way that sometimes I get these crazy ideas to do things I wouldn't normally do and I just go for it! I also care about people and love to make people smile.
    I feel like this character is on the quiet side, an introvert. She watches people. Studies their expressions. She sees deeper than the average person does. I see Dana as a 20-something year old, dressed in a casual floral dress, with Converse sneakers. She likes to write, listen to music, and draw/paint. I think this character is a lot like me in a way. That kiss she gives the guy on the subway is something I would probably fantasize about doing, although I don't think I'd have the guts to do it! Or would I?

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  29. So I chose Alien Goo ''Touched by an alien'' from the play ''Between good and evil'' and Foot Rubs ''Hippies, Housewives and Watering Holes''

    The captain in ''Alien Goo'' pretty much describes how clumsy and silly i'd be as a space-captain. It happens whenever I try to play the leader of something. I say this scene is the closest to my personality, even if Foot Rubs is basically me since I can act angry because I get angry easily.

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  30. So the one I chose is forget about me.
    The way that I can connect to the character. What similar is we think the same way as the character and we share the same mindset. I don't know anyone who thinks the same but I think the same. I have a very personal experience

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  31. The character that I can relate to the most is Nell from I HATE BUFFETS monologue. I understand where she's​ coming from when she's talking about buffets. All you can eat isn't always the best. I love to eat, but I Hate when all the choices isn't good.

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  32. I chose the character Cassandra. I think she is very spiritual and has fun in life. thats why I chose her. From the monologue we learn that Cassandra feels like nobody listens to her or believes her. I sometimes can relate to that and think that everyone in the world has those feelings. They are near to me. I think we all have experience with the character. Not dierect to her situation more with her loneliness and her naivness. She gets herself in a situation she can´t get out of and which makes her very uncomfortable. I think we all did that once in life and some of us even more tahn once.
    Back up story: I think cassandra is a middle child, she didn´t get the attention she wanted or needed but if somebody needed her she was always there for them. She is a loving person, loves nature and animals but really hates bugs and stuff like that. I could imagine her with a little pet she talks to and pours her heart out. But even though she was a middle child she got love from her parents until the day they died. She was very young but she got her two sisters who took care of each other. But somehow poeple didn´t took her by word when she talks about her dreams. She feels lonly sometimes even though she just wants to help. Cassandra is now around the age 21 she starts her own life but still needs a lot of help. She is the kinda person you imagine sliping because of a banana peel. And thats what got her in this situation. She is a naiv person with a great heart. She wants to help so she trys everything.
    I think Cassandra comes from a little suburb. She dresses wild but she still looks trendy.

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  33. I chose the main character from "Dreaming of Dragons". What i like about this character is her imagination but also that she can think of the good and bad to her wishes. Some similarities between her and I that i find are, we both love to dream and wish they are real. Imagination is a really important thing in life and you imagination shows a lot about your personality. If this girl were to be real i think i would know many people that would love her.
    HER BACKSTORY:
    her name is Emma and she lives in a small town somewhere in Canada that not many people have heard of. She is an only child and her parents are divorced. She is 11 years old and doesn't have many friends. Often she is caught day dreaming by her father, who she lives with. When she grows up she wants to be a a writer and write about all of her dreams.

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  34. I like the part of Cassandra. I can relate in the sense of her being spiritual, a little sarcastic, very upfront, and playfully cheeky. I feel that during her life, she has felt like her opinion doesnt matter or noboby listens to her.I relate to her direct openness and after reading this monologue i pictured whoopie goldberg playing the part Lol

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  35. I really liked "Good For Each Other" and "Kill First, Gloat Later"
    Good For Each Other just sounds to heartwarming. I'm not an openly emotional person so this would definitely be a challenge. I really like how Layla is just so tired of people wanting her to pretend to be someone she's not. It's really relatable.
    Kill First, Gloat Later was just so exciting to read. I love it when villains realize that they probably shouldn't talk about their evil plans. Mezmero also just seems like an all around adorable character, despite the fight that he/she wants the world to burn. I think I would definitely have fun doing this

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  36. As i said in the previous lesson i think almost all of us can relate to A Breaking heart in that we have all had relationships which ended. I think having the opportunity to express it is therapeutic and being able to actually sympathies with a fictitious character because you (for a moment) forget you are acting is what acting is about.

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    1. I think its fantastic to chose something you can directly relate to, it gives you a better understand of the character and situation.

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    2. Absolutely true. The emotions come more easily and more honest

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  37. The character in "I Need Detention" is most like me. What I like about this character, is that he wants to find out ways to get into detention.

    The similarity between the both of us, is that our game plan has to go exactly just the way we want it to be. I do not know anyone else who is like the character.

    Yes, I have a personal experience that helps me understand this character.

    I think the the reason why the character acts like this, is because he truly wants to meet Harming.

    Back in 1997, Jonah grew up in Georgia. Jonah likes seeking pleasure with young girls, and he dislikes bullies bullying him about the girls.

    He is 16 years of age. He dresses sharp and cool.

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  38. ) 1) what do you like about the character? Her confidence
    2) what is similar between you and that character? Her confidence and the way she has decided even her past wont stop her from what she wants.
    3) do you know someone else who is like the character? Yes, my best friend alexa
    4) do you have a personal experience that helps you understand this character? Kinda I think of the way all the boys who don’t give me the time of day now, what they will do when im famous and gorgeous.

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  39. Which character in the monologues is most like you?


    What character is most like you Free Acting School Part 7


    When you pick a character, ask yourself the following:

    What do you like about the character?
    True emotion

    What is similar between you and that character?
    Ive hit my breaking point quite a few times, currently doing well(:

    Do you know someone else who is like the character?
    Many

    Do you have a personal experience that helps you understand this character?
    Yes

    Think about why the character is the way he/she is. What made them the way they are? Make up a "back story" or history of the character. Where did they come from? What do they like and dislike? How old are they? What do they dress like?
    The characters are somwhat similar. Jude and Turk both are falling apart, turk moreso. Im thinking their back story may be a result of broken love and/or drug abuse age is probably young Teen or 20s

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    1. For the first question thats a difficult one. Im thinking Jude

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    2. Penny from "The Wishing Star" is more like me.

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  40. I chose the Not So Perfect Child that monologue is so powerful and the meaning of it is so upsetting , I love performing these kind of monologues.

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  41. Mugged in metropolis the characters Lois, Kent and Simon they all played and intricate part leading up to the mugging.Do I know someone else like the character Kent, seen other characters that played good guy then turned bad lots of them on lifetime movies.Didnt have personal experience of this nature. Each character has their own part in this monologue and each character and not familiar with their history

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  42. The character I most alike is the captain from alien goo because he is much like me I feel like I can play him very well and I seem to understand his actions and words

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  43. i chose to do "Breaking Heart, because of its large range of emotions.

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  44. I can relate most to the character in My Dream, I have had this same dream in real life, I can relate to monologue on a personal level.

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    1. Correction that's flowers from Phil.

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  46. What I like about a character their charisma, their ability to act the scene

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  47. What is similar between me and the character the look, the way dress

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  48. Do I know someone else who is like the character, probably Eric laden

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  49. Did I have a personal experience that helps understand the character, I would say no.

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  50. Where did the character come from, Phil from the flowers from Phil, I would say from United States somewhere, and has some acting background.

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  51. What does the character like and dislike, I would say a committed relationship or seeking one.And what dislike is not honesty from the person.What does Phil dress like, I would say in a honarable fashion.Or in a clean casual fashion.How old is the character I would say Early to mid 20's.

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  53. Turk from "Demons". A tortured lost soul in pain.there is a lot of possibilities for a backstory but my idea is coming from broken home with domestic violence, he fears he could develop similar responses and seriously hurt the person he loves. He still manages top control the emotions but he is afraid to lose control.

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  54. the little girl from"double Rainbow" because she acts like me
    and we have the same emotions for the most part and no and when i was younger i would hid from thunderstorms. She is younger and she was born in Ohio and she loves rainbows and she dislikes thunderstorms. She is 8 years old. she loves to dress all happy so she wears pig tails and dresses all the time

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  55. the character who is more like me is Chris the boss from burn his house down and alien goo because his more like me and he is me

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  56. The characters I chose is the girl that was angry and sad because she did not have parents to hear her first words.

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  57. Tina's sadness in first words relates to me in a big way

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  58. I like the girl from a breaking heart. Some1 did break my heart

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  59. The characters I chose are scared to let someone in or are scared to let go. And that's how I feel. The only way I feel happy is through music and acting. That's why I chose my characters.

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  60. The character from breaking heart best describes me. I feel like we can relate to each other and we're quite emotional

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