Stephanie and the play

Stephanie and the play

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  • Exposition
  • I shouldn't even audition
  • Inciting Incident
  • Your great at singing why would you not audition?
  • I don't know if I should audition
  • Rising action
  • It's Friday at school and everyone's talking about the play auditions that were just posted. Stephanie wants to try out, but is scared that she's going to embarrass herself in front of everyone. She's a shy girl, and never auditioned for anything before because she's worried that everyone's going to think that she is terrible at acting and singing. 
  • Climax
  • When she got home, her mom was waiting for her to ask about her day. Stephanie told her about how the paper for the play auditions were posted, but she didn't want to audition. She sat down with her mom, and her mom assured her that she's amazing at singing, and she shouldn't worry about what everyone thinks.
  • Falling Action
  • Over the weekend, Stephanie practiced constantly. She practiced day and night to learn the dance routine, and felt confident that she was going to do good. When Wednesday, the day of auditions came around, she was ready. She blocked everyone out and sang her heart out on the stage. Now, she just had to wait to see what part she got.
  • Resolution
  • It was finally the day. Auditions were going to be posted during lunch. Stephanie was worried, but anxious to see what she got. She was confident that she did good, but was it enough for her to make it? Finally it was lunch, and the paper was posted, so she ran up to it. She gaped with astonishment. Stephanie couldn't believe it, she got the lead! 
  • After that, Stephanie practiced for months with the play people. Not only was she super happy about the lead, but she made a lot of friends. It also really brought her out of her comfort zone. The play was coming up in about a week, and Stephanie's mom kept on reassuring her that she was going to do great.
  • It's been months leading up to the day of the play. Stephanie and the cast worked day and night practicing their dance routines, acting, and singing. There were tons of people in the crowd, but Stephanie got rid of all of her worries. Her friends and family were super supportive of her. It was finally time for the play to start. Stephanie stepped out on the stage, and gave it her all.
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