SpeechGeek Season Six: Spring 2009

SpeechGeek Season Six: Spring 2009

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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.

Operation: Saving Time by Frank Joseph

Humorous Interpretation

Frank Joseph returns to SpeechGeek with the zaniness only he can provide. Officer McAllister has one dream in life: to be an elite Time Cop—one of a select group of individuals charged with the all-important task of policing time. Hilarity ensues when McAllister is sent back in time to stop the assassination of President Lincoln. Will he save the president? Will he and John Wilkes Booth become BFFs? Will Gary Coleman eventually become Vice-President of the United States? Only time will tell.

Dad’s Coming Home by Joele Denis

Dramatic Interpretation

Abigail, the daughter of a solider currently deployed in Iraq, waits anxiously for her father’s return home. In this first selection from Joele Denis, Abigail reflects on the letters sent from her father. In this powerful selection, she questions is it better to be a hero to one’s country or a hero to one’s family.

Acting Lessons by Doug McConnaha

Duo Interpretation

Dave, an aging, cynical actor-turned-teacher, has taken on a pupil with which to share his vast knowledge of the stage. Though John is an eager, young pupil, his teacher’s lessons are hard to understand and a take a turn for the serious. This duo with a twist is sure to engage audiences.

I’ve Seen the Dark by Doug McConnaha

Dramatic Interpretation

Most kids are afraid of the dark. It’s all a part of growing up and realizing that our fears rarely take on tangible form. Though no one believes her account, the young protagonist of McConnaha’s drama recounts her experience with a real and present fear. The dark is real. The dark has form. Will you believe her story?

Video Dating by Doug McConnaha

Humorous Interpretation

In this collection of short monologues, a group of dysfunctional women make their best offers in front of a video camera in hopes of finding love. Each woman, more desperate than the last, will leave audiences in stitches.

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