Drama can be one of the hardest forms of literature to find for interpretation. From solo acting/interp to duo acting/interpretation, this solution offers tips and tricks to find the best and freshest material for you.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 4, 2021, 5:38 pm ad1c9bdddf
Be a sleuth! A part of finding good dramatic literature is a willingness to look in places others won't try.
Where to look: Go to a large bookstore outlet and browse the screenplays/plays sections. If you don't find something there, go to the magazine section and flip through "cultured" magazines like the New Yorker, or the New York Times Week In Review (in the Sunday edition of the New York Times). Each such magazine has a "book review" section, but the reviews are not just for books; they also include reviews for new plays or solo acts ...
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