Face it

NOTES:

Tillie speaks, in her bedroom, to her kid step-sister.
Sister is at another microphone with appropriate 'umms' (non-word vocalisations)

1. SPOT: (STRAIGHT CUT INTO BEDROOM WITH WITH GRAMS RADIO PLAYING POP MUSIC)

2. TILLIE: (APPROACHING) What's up, kid sis? Can I turn this off?

3. SPOT: ( Turns off radio.)

4. TILLIE: Dad says you've got a sad face. What's this?

5. SPOT: (MAKE UP)

6. TILLIE: Been at your make-up box. Let me see.
Look in the mirror for me.
Oh, what a sad face.
When I was your age, I was as skinny as you.
Took me years to get my bone structure.
Let me give you some bone structure now.

What we got here, Sis?

7. SPOT: (RUMMAGING IN THE MAKE UP BOX)

8. TILLIE: Make your lips an 'mmm', go 'mmm'.
That's better.
Now go rub your lips together, like 'mmm'.
Now look in the mirror for me?
What's this - a smile?

BACK to exercises

To WELCOME PAGE

 

 

This site is 'Radio Drama - directing, acting, technical, learning & teaching, researching, styles, genres'. See INDEX to navigate also.  Complete curriculum of scripts, techniques (acting & directing & post-production & genre styles), advice, sound files - effects and atmoses (with no copyright and so free to use), detailed script commentaries, etc.

Academic material on this site is Creative Commons License Alan Beck is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.

Learn about radio drama on this site along with my book - Beck, Alan, Radio Acting, London: A & C Black ISBN 0-7136-4631-4 Available on Amazon. CLICK HERE.

To the WELCOME PAGE for Alan Beck's sites. See more of Alan Beck's work.

Disclaimer

Any opinions expressed in this site are the personal opinions of the owner of the site. IF YOU HAVE COMMENTS, PLEASE EMAIL TO : radio@savoyhill.co.uk

 

What the world says about tillie and and also site
Secure SFTP (SSH) on the planet Go FTP FREE Program