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SpeechGeek Season Nine (2 Issues)

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Quality forensics performance material is often difficult to find. SpeechGeek provides high school coaches and competitors with scripts that are not only challenging, but also of strong literary merit. Each issue of SpeechGeek contains five scripts in a variety of events: prose interpretation, poetry interpretation, humorous interpretation, dramatic interpretation, and duo interpretation. SpeechGeek’s interp scripts are written by winning authors who know what it takes to make final rounds at all levels of competition. 

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Season Nine: Fall 2011

Duo Interpretation (Male/Female)

Finding Wonderland
by Jane Nicolaas

Nicolaas' imaginative reinterpretation of the events that created one of the most beloved children's stories ever.  From flights of fancy to family strife, this selection provides a depth of range sure to challenge any performer.

Duo Interpretation (Male/Male)
Leagues Apart
by Jane Nicolaas

Players in the twentieth century Negro Leagues often dreamed of their chance to play baseball in the big time.  Nicolass offers a portrait of two very different players with a similar dream.  Will they play ball or simply play out?

Duo Interpretation (Female/Female)
Next of Kin
by Jane Nicolaas

A family crisis occurs that brings together two women who should not be in the same room together.  Sarah and Jane both love the same man who is in the midst of life-saving surgery.  One of them is he married to, having left the other for years before.  Both life and love become complex matters in this duo interpretation for two females.

Dramatic Interpretation
by Darlene Auxajas

A disturbed lullaby opens and closes a story of desperation and protection of a child.  Lost in her own reality, a mother must come to terms with the family she wanted and the one she has now lost.

Duo Interpretation (Male/Male)
The Whole Truth and Nothing But
by Christopher Paul Flowers

Daryl has been practicing law for years.  He's the kind of lawyer that feels little concern for truth and justice.  This wacky story of mentorship and hope twists and turns through the world of cheese-ball legal aid commericals while marking the challenges of keeping our principles.

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Season Nine: Winter 2012

Duo Interpretation (Male/Female)
Then Again
by Jane Nicolaas

Siblings Olivia and Kyle are as close as can be; however, a terrible illness begins to rip their lives apart.  As Olivia's memories begin to fade, Kyle must sacrifice to remain a part of her world.

Duo Interpretation (Male/Female)
How Can We Know the Dancer from the Dance?
by Jane Nicolaas

Freddy has an unusual student in his dance class.  What Adrienne lacks in the ability to hear music, she makes up with feeling.  As a romance blossoms, Adrienne becomes uncomfortable with some of Freddy's attitudes.  She questions what exactly he loves about her.  She may be unable to hear, but she does see something that could keep them apart.

Duo Interpretation (Female/Female)
by Stephanie Spencer

Two best friends struggle to maintain their connections as one indulges in self-destructive behavior.  SpeechGeek welcomes newcomer Stephanie Spencer in this female/female duo.

Poetry Program Builder
What Do You See When You See Me?
by Julia Neva

Ever feel invisible? Or that you’re always being compared to someone else? Maybe you just don’t feel like anyone really sees you. The following poetry explores the experience of feeling as though people don’t see the ‘real’ you when they look at you.  Neva's three poems provide students with a great start on a program that can be further customized to their needs and interests.

Dramatic Interpretation (Female)
Disappearing Acts: The Bess Houdini Story
by Julia Neva

The wife of the legendary illusionist Harry Houdini imparts her magical life to a young magician while waiting for a train.  What exactly was it like to live with a man who could fool the world?  A magician may never reveal his secrets, but a widow does.

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