Shakespeare Acting Lesson for Dramatic Monologues



This performance by Patrick Stewart answers the question, "What do you do when the given circumstances of a dramatic monologue are so horrific that it seams your character would never speak the words given by Shakespeare?" Here, by using the words to make sense of the tragedy the character is experiencing, Patrick Stewart not only finds a reason to speak but also strikes the right balance between the words and the emotion so that the audience can follow what is being said and be emotionally involved in the plot.

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