My take on the Stoa Spring Vote 2015 – Part 1 – Wildcard

So, the Stoa 2015 Spring Vote items are out, and you’re wondering what you should vote for. Here is a brief analysis of each item on the ballot this May, starting now with the next wildcard. Look for a discussion about Open Interp vs. Storytelling later on.

Wildcard – Stoa Speech and Debate

Description : A monologue is a memorized speech from a single character. The competitor interprets a monologue from a single published source. No original material for the monologue selection is allowed. A portion of the presentation may include a brief analysis, background, and context of the monologue.

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