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On the announcements during seminar, the day before the Drama Club meeting, we were told that auditions for the play this year were coming up. The informational meeting was at three o'clock until three thirty. I rode the bus home everyday so I didn't know how to get home through the neighborhood, but I had Google Maps so I could get home.
In the meeting they told us how to sign up and they gave us our monologues. They handed our papers to us on the way out. The auditions were to be held a week later.
He... hath my lord of late given many tenders of his affection to me
Ah! 'Tis told me he hath very... oft of late Given private time to you...
NO!!! OPHELIA ISN'T SUPPOSED TO DIE YET!!!
Just as we left the room, I realized that something was wrong on my phone. I struggled to fix it before deciding to call my father, who knew all of the codes to fix it. When I realized that I would not be able to call him because my phone wouldn't allow me to open any apps, I decided to find the nearby bike path and get home from there.
It took me longer than normal to get home. Two hours and 15 minuets longer to be exact. When I finally got there it was raining. I decided to go inside and call a friend over to help me with the Drama Club auditioning.
When we got inside we decided to start with the outtake from the last play, Hamlet. The wording was very hard to understand and harder still to pronounce it.
After about 10 minutes we decided to watch a funny video of animated characters trying to preform Hamlet. The video had perfect examples of what and what not to do while acting. It used the language that was in the outtake and made it easier to understand.
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