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By Robert Orben

Hundreds and hundreds of jokes supply a funny point of view on airways, paintings, activities, gardening, inns, university, urban lifestyles, the government, inventory industry, marriage, playing, and the economy

Note from the uploader: those jokes usually are not humorous.

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Seriously. ). At the very least you can change the message on your answering machine: “Hi, I’m not home right now. But I’m presenting my monologue My Night with Abe Vigoda at the Periwinkle Theatre next week. Showtimes are . . ” But my favorite PR tool is probably the humble postcard. Yes they cost more than flyers, but considering how professional they look and how many different ways they can be effectively used, I think they’re well worth the expense. With a fascinating photo on one side and all the vital info about your show on the other (place, times, phone number, and so on), a postcard is the perfect little promotional item to hand to friends or strangers on street corners, send to the media, stick in newspapers, pin to bulletin boards, leave in phone booths.

When you’re wearing the creator’s cap, focus on expression and let your unique and uninhibited voice come bubbling forth in an all-forgiving stream of consciousness. Then, when wearing the editor’s cap, focus on communication. B. Being able to perform both functions with skill and insight is absolutely essential. 30 ZEN AND THE ART OF TNE MONOLOGUE And be sure to write your monologue mostly in the first person. Writing a monologue in the third person is a little like using a violin bow to stir a pot of soup.

And finally, don’t think you have to have an entire article written just about you and your show before you have something to hand out. Magazine and newspaper writers commonly review several plays in a single article, especially during festival reviews. In such cases I suggest you cut out the paragraph about your show, as well as the heading of the article (including the writer’s byline and the news- 52 ZEN AND THE ART OF TNE MONOLOGUE paper’s name and date). Then have these elements enlarged on a photocopier.

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