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XXII-The Grand Finale…?

April 8, 2012

Well here it is, the last ds106 assignment. 

And here’s my submission…


In the interest of full disclosure, I have actually deviated somewhat from the instructions. I was supposed to re-create the sounds of MY family around the dinner table. We rarely ate around a table, and during the times that we did, well, I’m not sure the world is ready to hear this. So I made a fictional family, which I never actually gave a last name. The recording is actually titled “The Patriarch”, because I feel the father is the main character of this short play.


I was afraid this would be really difficult, or I would sound really silly, or that somebody might knock on the door of my dorm room and ask me if I was okay, but I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out. I wrote a script in about an hour, rehearsed it 1.5 times, and then recorded it in one take. 


Anyway I hope you guys enjoy it. It’s been a pleasure doing this blog for this class, and I wouldn’t be surprised if this wasn’t in fact the last entry in it. 

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  1. This was probably the most, pardon my french but to most accurately express my feelings about this, fucking hilarious thing I’ve ever heard.

  2. French pardoned, I’m just glad someone liked it for whatever reason.

  3. 2 people can be a party lol

  4. This is very funny. I really like the script and would love to hear it done with just a touch more “dramatic” reading with voices that are more distinguishable from one another.

    • Scott I agree with this criticism 100%…I had to do it in my dorm room late at night so I had to control myself a little bit. Otherwise there would have been more yelling and more fullness to the voices.

  5. “God, nandayo” lol this was great! Man you should make more of these

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