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30 Seconds of Drama: Reciting Poetry with Award Winner Amanda Titolo
30 Seconds of Drama: Reciting Poetry with Award Winner Amanda Titolo

AIR DATE: April 24, 2012

Amanda Titolo spent three months preparing to recite a poem that lasted 30 seconds.  But the hard work paid off: the high school student won the Nevada State Poetry Out Loud Competition.  We talk to Amanda about her love for poetry and performance, and how she makes the words come alive onstage.
Amanda Titolo, winner, Nevada State Poetry Out Loud Competition; student, CSN High School-West

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Fantastic Mandy. You will be great at the Nationals Competition. Keep up the good work. Love You, Aunt Ellen
Ellen KimballApr 25, 2012 14:16:51 PM
Amanda, Beautiful poem. Your presentation was so goose-bump producing!! You have found your nitch here, go with it. Love ya, Sherry Krieger, Canada
Sherry KriegerApr 25, 2012 11:25:19 AM
What can I say. You amaze me every day. I am so very proud of you and I love you so much
MommyApr 25, 2012 11:24:34 AM
Amanda: I'm so proud of you! After listening to your interview...with such ease, I know you will be fantastic in the National competition. You make my heart sing when you speak. Love you.
Elaine C. McNamaraApr 25, 2012 09:45:00 AM
Wonderful job, Mandy!! Congratulations and good luck in D.C.!
Shannon DavisonApr 25, 2012 06:08:30 AM
Mandy, You are amazing!
Holly ConklinApr 25, 2012 05:30:33 AM
This is my treasure. I love you Mandy!
Tim TitoloApr 24, 2012 19:48:45 PM
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