Write a one-page monologue (a speech by one character, often used to reveal something about themselves). Set up the characters and setting as we saw in the examples in class (Waiting for Godot and A Raisin in the Sun). It can be as sparse or as detailed and directed as you want. Think about how to take the most advantage of the performance aspect of drama. In other words, why is it important that your monologue is drama as opposed to poetry, fiction, or even film or TV? What will make it come to life on the stage? Post here on the blog by Tuesday 04/16 at 6pm. Also, feel free to use the drama mad-libs we did in class as a starting off point.