1.I need help writing a monologue on Any other famous animal of your choice which need to include 3 paragraphs with a SOAPSTONE 2.Find the SOAPSTONE for this text This is bullshit. It’s not like I have anything else on, but it’s the principle of the thing. Mufasa would never come to the birth of my children. I wouldn’t want him to. It’d be weird. Also, he’d probably try to eat them. Oh, God, what if this is a trap? What if they feel like eating out, but they can’t be bothered because they just had a baby? What if I’m home-delivery? No. No, they’ve practically summoned the whole Sahara. They just want to show off their baby. But why show it off to us? Why would you make your food look at your baby? It’s just so weird. Is it a sex thing? I hope it’s not a sex thing. Oh… presents! They must want presents. Well, shit, I don’t have any money. And I can’t make them a gift. I don’t have any fingers. This situation is so awkward. This wouldn’t be happening if we lived in a republic. Maybe I’ll say something to the other animals. I mean, I won’t make a big song and dance (that’s really more of a lion thing). I’ll be cool about it. During the speeches, I’ll start eating some grass, and chew really loudly, and then, just so the other animals can hear me, I’ll say, “Whoops, looks like I’ve got a mouthful of Mufasa’s dead relatives!” and we’ll all have a big laugh! I’m not really gonna do that—but how cool would it be if I did? If anything, it’d impress Hanna. Yeah. I wish Hanna was going. But she can’t. Because the lions ate her. That whole “Circle of Life” deal is decidedly one-s This kingdom is Crap. 3.What is the importance of having stage direction in a monologue or play?Explain at least 10 things that stage direction do. 4.Create 10 question(not yes or no question)that interview might ask the monologue character 5. A sequel of SORRY WRONG NUMBER is coming out and I need to add a new character to it and crate flow map with 10 detail Need to add this character Jessica to sorry wrong number-nervous, angry and she like to do anything she want to and her parent is lost in the war and brother also died in the war Heres what SORRY wrong number is about Sorry, Wrong Number is a play written by Lucille Fletcher in 1952. The main character is Mrs. Stevenson, an invalid, who has been attempting to get in touch with her husband, who is working late. However, the line is busy, and she ends up overhearing a phone conversation between a killer named George and his boss. They are discussing the specifics of a pending murder of a woman at 11:15 p.m. that same night. Mrs. Stevenson attempts to get the call traced. The operator urges her to contact the police, which she does. The police can only say they will check into things. Mrs. Stevenson then learns that her husband will not be home that evening. She realizes that she is the intended murder victim. She desperately tries to get back in touch with the police, but she is too late. The murderer is already in the house and listening in on the call. Just before she is connected to the police, Mrs. Stevenson is murdered.
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