Author Archives: trayhammond

Nikita – Tray

If you can’t tell, I like using song titles to title my blog posts, and this week, I feel like Elton John is appropriate because we’re going to talk about love. Over the course of my seemingly never-ending search for the perfect monologue, I have found that most have something to do with the ever-so-confusing concept that is love. Continue reading

I Feel Good (I Knew That I Would) – Tray

This past week has been filled with good news, both inside and outside of my project. Within my project, I have found a few monologues that I would like to hone in on. I am currently looking through Great Monologues for Young Actors and Outstanding Stage Monologs and Scenes from the ’90s. This coming week, I will be delving deeper into–pardon my French–“‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore” and “Dead or Alive”.  Continue reading

Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered – Tray

Hello! My name is Tray, and this semester, I am pursuing an independent study in acting with the goal of attaining knowledge intrinsic to any actor so as to create a base upon which I can build my strengths in other fields. Secondly, I would like to create a portfolio that I can present to the school in some fashion at the end of the semester. Continue reading