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Acting and Modeling Quick Tip Should I Write My Own Monologue

September 21, 2015 2 Comments

Where do you find great monologues?

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About the Author:

Aaron Marcus has been a full-time actor and commercial model for over 30 years. His new book, How to Become a Successful Actor and Model is an Amazon Best Seller. Aaron has given his seminar: "Book the Job" over 600 times spanning 3 continents. He also offers online workshops. Aaron saves 5 days each month to give private on-line coaching sessions.

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  1. Hello AAron,

    I so much enjoy and get excited when viewing your videos. You are point-on, and have helped me so much in my new endeavor on 800Casting to do voice-overs and commercials.

    I have been doing community theatre for 40-some years and more recently shows at Gardner-Webb University here locally. All those years, I was working as a full-time registered nurse, wife and mother of two. I was also active in church and a community volunteer. Sooo when given a part I focused intently on creating and evolving my own character. As a result I did not become a student of theatre.

    Now being retired and a grandmother I was asked to teach a class on ‘Theatre’. I have not studied so intensely since I was in nurses’ training. But it has paid off. I have researched 20 some hours and have material for 3 of the 10 classes. My husband sat in on the first class so he could show the videos. He said that I did great and had the students in my hand. It was a wonderful feeling.

    I have some monologues and exercises for the kids,(ages 8 to 12 yrs.) I secured them from on the web. Do you have any more specific sources for short skits,or any additional ideas? That is if you have time. There are 10 students, 2 boys, 8 girls.

    Thank you,

    Deany Martin
    gmartin1229@gmail.com

    • Aaron Marcus says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words.

      Always feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

      Deany, I will be sending you a note soon about having a special Meetup Session
      just for those who purchased my Book the Job Series.

      Looking forward to talking with you again soon.
      Aaron

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