This entry is part 34 of 77 in the series Othello

The tone of the voice had life in it. It had energy to where it wasn’t boring, and you wanted to keep listening instead of the voice being boring. The volume affects the points in the play and what is happening in the play that he is trying to paint a picture of. The author pauses for about 10 seconds at the beginning and ten begins to speak again to get the drama of the scene.

I chose Othello for my play. The character I’m playing is also Othello. I learned that your tone changes everything in the play and changes the way you see different scenes by visualizing. 

I found out that the character has a lot of ups and downs with the tone in the plays.

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