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Monologues for Young Actors - Lorraine Cohen
Call Number: 808.82 MON
ISBN: 0380761874
Publication Date: 1994-08-01
Offers a collection of comedic and tragic monologues for younger actors to perform while auditioning for roles in either classic or contemporary drama.

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Spotlight - Stephanie S. Fairbanks; Theodore O. Zapel (Editor)
Call Number: 812.54 FAI
ISBN: 1566080207
Publication Date: 1996-04-01
Collection of fifty-five original solo monologues for teenage girls and boys, requiring a minimum of props, which may be used for auditions, competitions, and performances.

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Great Monologues for Young Actors - Craig Slaight (Editor); Jack Sharrar (Editor)
Call Number: 808.82 GRE
ISBN: 1880399032
Publication Date: 1992-06-01
Eighty-four selections from the contemporary stage, the classical stage, and literature. For young actors ages 14-22.

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Encore! - More Winning Monologs for Young Actors - Peg Kehret; Arthur L. Zapel (Editor)
Call Number: 812 KEH
ISBN: 0916260542
Publication Date: 1988-04-01
A collection of monologs for teenagers on subjects such as teenage pregnancy, first jobs, and friendship.

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With Their Eyes - Annie Thoms; Taresh Batra (Created by); Stuyvesant High School Students (Contribution by)
Call Number: 812 WIT
ISBN: 0060517182
Publication Date: 2011-08-23
Presents the script of a play written by students at New York's Stuyvesant High School, presented in a series of monologues based on interviews with students on their experiences and feelings about the attack on the World Trade Center--visible from the school--and its aftermath.

 

Monologues

Use Actorama to search monologues from movies, plays, television and books according to gender, source material, type (dramatic, comic, serio-comic), main action/emotions explored, period, genre or specific keywords (e.g. title or author).

 

Compiled by the Birdville High School Theatre program, this list of monologues includes one for females and one for males.

The Monologue Database  was created help actors find new monologues, and for playwrights to promote their work. Browse the index, or search for a particular title, playwright, or keywords:

 

Monologue Archive   

Monologues for Teenagers (and others) by playwright Don Zolidis who is also a screenwriter and former middle and high school teacher. He is currently a professer at Ursinus College outside of Philadelphia.

 

Monologues for Teen and Adult Actors  by playwright Jonathan Dorf, co-chair of the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights, resident playwriting expert for Final Draft, resident playwriting expert for The Writers Store and creator of Playwriting101.com, and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.

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