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    For my drama work I have to choose a piece of a published text to perform. But what exactly is a published text?
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    For my drama work I have to choose a piece of a published text to perform. But what exactly is a published text?
    for your purposes, you might understand this to mean "can be bought at a bookshop". So: not something that you've written yourself or has been written for your youth drama group. Shakespeare, Arthur Miller, Michael Frayn, Alan Bennett...
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    for your purposes, you might understand this to mean "can be bought at a bookshop". So: not something that you've written yourself or has been written for your youth drama group. Shakespeare, Arthur Miller, Michael Frayn, Alan Bennett...
    Oh okay, thanks. Do you know any creepily good ones? And do you think I could use books as a script?
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    do you think I could use books as a script?
    "text" rather than specifically 'play' suggests yes. You perhaps should be googling e.g. 'best monologues for drama school auditions'.
 
 
 
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