2021 — NSDA Campus, ME/US
Oral Interpretation of Literature
Oral Interpretation of Literature is an event of alternating rounds of Prose Reading and Poetry Reading. Tabulation flips a coin at the beginning of the day to determine how rounds alternate. As a result, the speaker prepares two programs substantially different in content, author, and/or original source. One program shall be published prose; the other, published poetry. Each program shall consist of a single piece, a cutting, or a collection of short pieces united by author or theme.
No costuming or props. Outside of grace period cannot be first. Always scripted.
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