Everything I write, I write to be performed. I love writing monologues, short stories, plays, films; and dialogue is important in all of these forms. I love eavesdropping, and so many things I've written have come that way. I just hope I don't get caught, then I will need to be good at telling stories orally - to avoid getting punched!
Public speaking terrifies me, to the point where I have palpitations. If I have a chance to practice beforehand, however, I can usually pull of a remarkably glib performance.
i guess lol
Oh, yeah. The only difference is that you can see me smile and laugh out loud, or even tear up in person. In my writing I have to make the words do that.
Yes, mostly. It depends upon the audience and my current emotional state.
Honestly, I prefer to read out loud.
If I own the story, make it mine,it is my story, or am I am generally passionate about it I can certainly make it dynamic, especially if I have an audience to participate and feed off of.
I think I am, because my little brother and my little sisters are always impressed by my stories and always want more. But when I speak to people in my age or older I often speak too fast, so they can't follow me.
Hm, not sure. I love to tell stories and build up the drama. People don't run when they see me, so it must not be too bad. I may talk about my kids and pets a little too much, but I still have a few friends, so it must not be overbearing. Wink.
Only if I've already written them down before.
Yes Ii believe so. Have done a public performance of my poetry and the response was very favourable and positive.
I don't know, I've never really thought about it.