Humorous Oral Interpretation Pieces?

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Humorous Interpretation is one of the events in the competitive high school forensics leagues, like the National Forensic League and the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association. A humorous interpretation consists of a piece of published work that has been edited to fit in a 10 minute window with a 30 second grace period. These oral pieces are judged based on how the person portrays their characters and if they are humorous or not. While rules vary by state, they all say the piece needs to be humorous, published, and ten minutes or under.
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