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10 September 2008 @ 03:11 pm
Not con planning, but it is kind of similar... I'm going to have a very busy day tomorrow, so I must plan it!

if God is a DJ, life is a dance floor, love is the rhythm, you are the musicCollapse )

On that note, does anyone know of a comedic classic play from the 19th to early 20th century akin to the likes of The Importance of Being Earnest that has a woman in her late teens or early twenties and may have a one minute long monologue? I'm currently thinking about using a fabled young american woman from the play A Woman of no Importance by Oscar Wilde. I'm not sure if she'll have any monologues but we shall see.

This is for auditioning for Ring Round the Moon at SOU. I need the aforementioned monologue, plus a 30 second joke told in a british accent. Anyone know any good jokes?

PS. I just saw Ellen's segment on her wedding with Portia, set to "Today" by Joshua Radin, and I definitely cried. It was so beautiful! I really hope they stay together because they work so well together and they make each other really really happy... ;3;
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Current Music: What a Feeling -- Peter Luts & Dominico/The Ellen show