SpeechGeek Season Two: Winter 2005

SpeechGeek Season Two: Winter 2005

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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.

The Ultimate Drama By Carrie Taylor and Katie Garlock

Humorous Interpretation

Anyone who has spent over a week in forensics knows the tired clichés that often play out in dramatic interpretation rounds. Taylor and Garlock explore these tried and sometimes tired story lines by stripping them down to their dramatically comedic core.

In All Directions By Nancy Harper

Poetry Interpretation

As a single poem or as part of a program, Harper’s exploration of all of life’s random directions and encounters combines crafty wordplay with dramatic vignettes that play out on life’s stage. An accomplished slam poet, Harper’s words leap off the page and are perfect for performance.

With a Kiss By Trevor Anders

Duo Interpretation

Judy was always the black sheep of the family, especially when compared to her brother Jace. When she calls her brother late one night to ask for help, the tables are turned in their sibling drama. Anders delivers a morality play that presents a classic tale of betrayal with a sibling twist.

Philadelphos By Odell Workman

Dramatic or Duo Interpretation

We each encounter random strangers every day. In that park, in line at a restaurant, and all points in between, we never know which encounter may deepen into a lasting friendship. Though Steve and Gary’s path were separated before, a chance interaction brings them together and saves one of their lives in the process.

Through These Gates By Corey Alderdice

Prose Interpretation

The challenges of being a male are many. Those trails become even more problematic when twenty-something males try to understand women. Such attempts often lead to a hell of their own making. Set in an urban dance club and combining wit with interpretations of Dante’s circles of hell, Alderdice presents a charming piece of social satire ready for competition.

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