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Preparing a Monologue

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    I have acting experience, but it's all in an operatic setting. I know how to go about learning and preparing for those sort of auditions and roles, but now I am moving on to something a little different. I'm auditioning for our local shadow cast of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. It's amateur musical theater at it's finest, but I am have to go in with a prepared monologue and I have never done this before. I figured there have got to be a couple of actors around here who might have tips on the process. I shouldn't have a problem memorizing it, but there's got to be more to it than that. Right? Any Insight? I'd appreciate any tips. :D
     
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    what kind of monologue?
     
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    Well, I am auditioning for Columbia and assuming they want parts from the movie I was planning on her breakdown just before the Floor Show.

    Then I figured I'd sing and do the choreography for the Floor Show.

    I am not sure if that covers what type of monologue...
     
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