MEMORIZING A MONOLOGUE… BY HANDWRITING

MEMORIZING A MONOLOGUE...BY HANDWRITINGMost actors have their own unique approach to memorizing monologues. One tip is to handwrite your monologue. The time it takes to write out each word will definitely burn the words into your mind. A few hours of doing this, over and over, will ensure you remember your lines!

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2 Responses to MEMORIZING A MONOLOGUE… BY HANDWRITING

  1. Esther Oakley says:

    This is a great way to memorize the script you are being given. I use this technique to both memorize my parts, and anything else I need to commit to memory. I have an upcoming audition for a major commercial role and I plan on writing the dialogue several times to ensure I have it committed to memory.

  2. Thanks for the tips! I’ve been told that sometimes casting agents will ask actors to provide a monologue for actors to memorize right before the audition. It helps to know the best way to quickly memorize a monologue. I really like your tip to write down a monologue by hand. That seems like a great way to get each work ingrained into the actor’s mind.

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