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    Surprise the CDs.“Create a beat change after the first line of your monologue. Industry people disagree on so many areas of the business and performance, but one thing I’ve never heard any disagreement on is that they want to be surprised. So, let’s imagine the first line of your monologue is something, like, “I don’t want your money, I want you to listen to me,” and the second line of your monologue is, “It seems like nothing I say means anything to you.” Stop after you’ve delivered your first line. Assign a reaction to your imaginary scene partner upon his/her having heard what you just said. Choose something like shock, denial, resistance—anything that keeps the conflict ongoing and strong. Then, instead of continuing on rant-style (which is what so many actors do), with your next line, “It seems like nothing I say…” take a breath and change your tactic.” —Brian O’Neil
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