Literacy Short Story Outline

Literacy Short Story Outline
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  • Exposition
  • Lilly
  • New York
  • Melissa's mom
  • Exposition-Conflict
  • AUD ITI ON SONGS
  • Rising Action
  • I don't think I can do this...
  • ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • Melissa is working in her mom's diner trying to earn enough money to move to New York City. One day, she finally earns enough money to move to New York with her best friend Lilly. So, they take their money and they leave.
  • Climax
  • I'm so scared Lilly!
  • ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • Melissa
  • LILLY I'M THE LEAD ROLE!!
  • Once Melissa makes her way to New York, her friend Lilly gets her an audition for a new musical. Melissa keeps thinking she won't make it or she will fail, but she still strives for perfection practicing and practicing until she has her monologue​ and song down pat.
  • Falling Action
  • Hi! Please take a script and some papers
  • Melissa gets to her audition shaking with fear. She knows that she can do it, she just needs to be confident and believe in herself. She walked on the stage and aced her audition, leaving a good impression on the casting crew.
  • Resolution
  • Cast crew\ directors
  • Melissa waits very impatient for the cast list to come out. She thinks that she won't make the cast because hundreds of girls auditioned for the same role she was auditioning for. She then got an email from the director saying she is the main role!
  • You'll be okay Melissa!
  • Cast List: First rehearsal is this date.
  • Melissa then goes to the first rehearsal with a smile plastered all over her face. She gets her script and starts to practice her lines and rehearse her solos and songs.
  • Sixteen weeks go by and it's opening night. Melissa calms down her last minute jitters and she walks onto the stage, costume, hair, and makeup done. She then states the very first line of the show, as the spotlight shines down on her. It's showtime!
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