These monologues are for younger actors, in their teens or early-mid twenties. Originally part of Jim Chevallier's larger work "The Monologue Bin", they are now available here in a separate collection.
Monologues from this original collection have been anthologized in Gerard Lee Ratliff's "Millenium Monologues", and elsewhere.
The voices here mock, mollify, tease, plead, observe, insist, discover, mourn, rage, boast, rejoice, complain... The speakers are in high school, at work, at home, in clubs; with family, with friends, with strangers; alone. They want your attention. They want to exist. They want to be heard.
The only thing missing to give them life is... you.
NOTE: This epub version is of the first edition of this work.
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I love this selection of monologues. I'm a man and it has a pretty good variety. About 20-24. I'm an actor for film and tv and it's nice to always have something to keep your skills sharp.
This book has a horrible choice of monologues for Tweens. Every monologue in this book is inappropriate.