My monologue is about a these 2 kids who want ice cream and only one of them has money and has $5. One of the kid is forced to buy the other kid ice cream that is most of his money. I have no idea I am going to portray my performance.
I did my monologue wrong, so it was pretty embarrassing , but at least I got to know how it feels to be on stage. I was nervous. It was confusing and didn't really know what to do. I think when I ended performing my monologue was a moment that went well. I wish i did a better monologue. It was scary.
At first, I had no idea what I was going to write about but then I looked at my catalog and just thought of like a giant statue and like other scary props around the stage. I drew this giant Egyptian-like statue and like a castle in the background and some trees. My basic scene is a castle in the background.
One of the ah-ha moments during the creation of my set design were making the giant gray baby. It was pretty funny but overall pretty fun. MY overall impression was the it was a success.
One ah-ha moment during the meeting was when they talked about the hardest moments in a producer's life/job.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.