2024 Live Results - Monday, June 10th

Speech Arts - Junior to Adult

Speech Arts - Senior Level - Ages 17-18

1st PlaceAniah RuthvenHome Festival:Grey CountyTitles:
Loyalty by Douglas M. Parker
Succulent by Aniah Ruthven
The Next Pythagoras by Aniah Ruthven
2nd PlaceSabrina GallantHome Festival:South SimcoeTitles:
Spring Still Sprang, Original Poem by Sabrina Gallant
Ending Monologue - Lady Bird, Lady Bird - Movie by Greta Gerwig
Don't Blame The Muse, Mused - Play by Gabriel Davis

Speech Arts - Advanced Level - Ages 19-28

1st PlaceNeluya SivasubramaniamHome Festival:TorontoTitles:
Romeo and Juliet (Act 4 Scene 1) by William Shakespeare
The Three Little Politically Correct Pigs by James Finn Garner
The Walrus and The Carpenter by Lewis Carroll

Speech Arts - Adults - Ages 29 and Above

1st PlaceKatie TantonHome Festival:NewmarketTitles:
They Shoot Fat Women Don't They, Designing Women by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason
Beth, Good Mourning, America by Lucy Wang
Katherine, The Shrew Must Go On by Lori Meyers
2nd PlaceKristen VelanoffHome Festival:StratfordTitles:
The Chair, "Toes In My Nose and Other Poems" by Sheree Fitch
An excerpt from the Screen Play, “The Accused” Kathryn Murphy Monologue to Jury, “The Accused” Screen Play by Tom Topor
They Shut Me Up in Prose, Poem by Emily Dickinson

Speech Arts - Junior Level - Ages 13-14

1st PlaceSolange KirkwoodHome Festival:LondonTitles:
The Laramie Project, "One of Ours" by Moises Kaufman
30 Reasons Not To Be In A Play, Cecily's Monologue by Alan Haehnel
Hamlet, Ophelia's flower monologue Act 4, Scene 5 by William Shakespeare
2nd PlaceSofia SzetoHome Festival:TorontoTitles:
Mimi, Mother Tongue by Betty Quan
I am not a Morning Person, Monologue for Teens by Mike Kimmel
Juliet, Drop Dead Juliet by Allison Williams
3rd PlaceKatie GorzoHome Festival:NorfolkTitles:
Eighteen's Monologue, Box by Lindsay Price
Emily Webb's Monologue , Our Town by Thornton Wilder
Un-Chatty Cathy's Monologue, Un-Chatty Cathy by Gabriel Davis
Honourable MentionLaura NyburgHome Festival:BrantTitles:
Toys! Fun, Exciting, and Painful by Laura Nyburg
O Captain, My Captain by Walt Whitman
Ghost Cat by Margaret Atwood

Speech Arts - Intermediate Level - Ages 15-16

1st PlaceUna RoulstonHome Festival:LondonTitles:
Maranatha's monologue from, The Good Bride by Rosemary Rowe
Valerie's monologue from, The Weir by Conor McPherson
#25's monologue from, The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe
2nd PlaceMaggie NortonHome Festival:NorfolkTitles:
Rose-Marie's Monologue, If These Walls Could Talk by Robert Swift
Rosie's Monologue, Most Likely To: The Senior Superlative Musical! by Michael Tester
Rosalind's Monologue , As You Like It by William Shakespeare
3rd PlaceOliver TilsonHome Festival:NorfolkTitles:
Roland's Monologue, Stereotype High by Jeffery Haar
Iggy's Monologue, Runaways by Elizabeth Swados
Orlando Act 1 Sc 1, As You Like It by William Shakespeare
Honourable MentionHannah MartinHome Festival:NorfolkTitles:
The Merchant of Venice, Portia [as Balthazar] Act 4, Scene 1 by William Shakespeare
The Three Bares by Robert William Service
The Ship-Builders by John Greenleaf Whittier
Honourable MentionJulian (Zhuolun) LiHome Festival:TorontoTitles:
The Fish by Elizabeth Bishop
Othello by William Shakespeare
Candida by George Bernard Shaw
Honourable MentionTawnia AghaeiHome Festival:NewmarketTitles:
Game Console by Epstein
Unchatty Cathy by Gabriel Davis
Mary Warren's Monologue, The Crucible by Arthur Miller
Sophie MillerHome Festival:TorontoTitles:
Excerpt from Screwtape Letters by C.S Lewis
Hecate’s monologue from Act 3 Scene 5 from Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Cecily’s monologue from The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde