The term " monologue " refers to a speech, given solo, by a character in a movie, play or performance. The monologue is a means of expressing thoughts and emotions. Monologues are often used by commedians and by people auditioning for acting positions or college entrance.
Click here to log in if you are one of our published authors. Actor's Choice: Monologues for Teens, Volume 2 continues the Actor's Choice series with a brand-new selection of unique contemporary monologues. From hilarious comedies to moving dramas and everything in-between, this book has you covered.
The variety in both books is one of the most appealing things about them. The men's book has everything from a teenage bully, to a reality TV producer, to a washed-up baseball player, or even the playwright Anton Chekhov himself. And if you're an actress, in the women's book you ll find monologues where you can play a Scottish lady of the night in the s, an interrogator at Guantanamo Bay, a sweet and ditzy Southern belle accused of murder, or a samurai vampire yes, really.
Actors need them for drama school entry, training, showcases and when auditioning for roles in the industry. The monologues contain a diverse range of quirky and memorable characters that cross cultural and historical boundaries. Read more Read less. Shop now.
THE BEAR — Tiffany has been struggling with her chosen profession and as a last ditch effort turns to her teacher for help as to whether or not she should continue her work. While strolling through a park alone she encounters a stranger with a message that she takes to heart. Her good friend tries to encourage her to not give up on what matters most to her.
This site offers free, printable monologues for actors. You can use these monologues for auditions or as short, stand-alone pieces. We offer both carefully-selected classic monologues from public domain plays and original monologues written in contemporary speech on modern topics.
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Do you find it hard to find quality monologues for kids and teens? Have you noticed most books on the market seem to be a bit outdated, or a little whiny, or simply…well…not very good? I love sharing. Sharing is awesome.
Looking for great original monologues for teenagers? Drama Notebook holds a monthly Monologue Contest open to kids and teens from around the world. Each month, we choose winners and publish many of the entries we receive.