Monologue Madness: The East Coast's Best Performers Battle it Out
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The last date listed for Monologue Madness 2012 was Sunday April 1, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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it was long but fun! thre were 32 contestants reciting monologues. nine judges. they judged the contestentants. at the end there were two left who had to improvise afrter looking at a five minute dialogue. it was very well worth it!
In March of 2011, while most sports fans began to bracket and follow their favorite college basketball team, the DC theatre community was treated to the mayhem of its first ever theatre tournament, spawn from the mind of DC actor/producer/athlete Edward Daniels.
Monologue Madness, the showdown that it is, returns in 2012! Modeled after the NCAA’s March Madness Basketball Tournament, Monologue Madness is a competition featuring some of the region’s most well-known and unknown actors. These eager thespians battle head-to-head with their best audition monologues, in hopes of winning a $1000 grand prize, in addition to a slew of other career-enhancing prizes.
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