NCT Shakespeare Monologue Competition

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Playwright William Shakespeare
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National Children’s Theatre invites all students from grades 5 – 12 or an equivalent (for home school students) to enrol for the SACEE (South African Council for English Education) Shakespeare Monologue Competition to be held on Tuesday 9 May 2017.

Shakespeare Monologue Competition

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Date: 9 May 2017Time: 18:30 for 19h00
Venue: National Children’s Theatre, 3 Junction Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Please contact Cindy on 011 484 1584 or rquince@global.co.za or cindy@nctt.org.za

Each student is required to memorise and perform a monologue or monologue selection from Shakespeare’s plays.

MONOLOGUE
The monologues must be selected from one of Shakespeare’s 38 plays.

NOTE: Students can pick any role regardless of their gender (i.e. females can play male roles and vice versa).

Up to THREE monologues may be performed (no more than 5 minutes) The Folger text is available for free at www.folgerdigitaltexts.org.

NOTE: Editing of the text (i.e. cutting of lines) is allowed, but make sure the piece still makes logical sense.

NCT Shakespeare Monologue Competition
NCT Shakespeare Monologue Competition

COMPETITION RULES:
All competitors must adhere to the following rules:

  • Each student must select, memorize and perform one, two or three monologues from Shakespeare’s plays.
  • Students’ order of performance will be determined by lot.
  • Students should introduce themselves only by name.
  • Students should identify their selection before they begin their presentation.
  • Students cannot wear costume or use props of any kind (including chairs, jewelry, items of clothing and hair clips).
  • Students are expected to memorize their pieces. However, if necessary, prompting is allowed. If students require prompting, they must say “Line.”

 

 

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