Adult Female Monologues

This is the list of female only Monologues.

“You have instincts and part of you knows things but the other part of you doesn’t want it to be so.” From the play, “Pretty Theft.” The waitress recounts her ...

“I know you’re probably mad at me for leaving before the funeral, but I just can’t do it.” From “Pretty Theft”. In this monologue, Allegra recounts her grief. Ideal for ...

“And I’m working at this like group home with Suzy Harris.” From the play, “Pretty Theft.” In this monologue Allegra talks to her sick and asleep father. Ideal for Teen ...

“Well I wouldn’t shut up, would I?” From the play, “Pretty Theft.” In this monologue Suzy shoplifts. Ideal for Teen Females – 1-3 Minutes. By: Adam Szymkowicz SUZY (Shoplifting) Well ...

“The funny thing about brakes is one minute they’re working fine and the next minute they don’t work.” From the play “Deflowering Waldo.” Ideal for adult females, 20s – 1-2 ...

“How do you think you would fit into our office?” From the play, “Good Morning, Good Night.” In this monologue Anna conducts an interview. Ideal for adult females, 20-50 – ...

“It was never supposed to happen.” From the play “Kodachrome.” The Photographer tells of her death. Ideal for Adult Females, 30-50 – 1-2 Minutes. By: Adam Szymkowicz THE PHOTOGRAPHER It ...

“Hi. This is weird.” From the play, “Kodachrome.” The Librarian talks to a tombstone in this monologue. Ideal for Adult Females, 30-50 – 1-2 Minutes. By: Adam Szymkowicz LIBRARIAN (Speaking ...

“Doctor X is just so exciting.” From the play, “Hearts Like Fists.” In this monologue, Nina wrestles with her attraction for Dr. X. Ideal for Adult Females, 20-50. 1 Min. By: ...

“What do people do after they get rejected?” From the play, “Hearts Like Fists.” In this monologue, Lisa contemplates how it feels after being rejected. Ideal for Adult Females, 20-50. 1 ...

“What is this feeling, so unpleasant, like my insides rotting or my outside melting?” From the play, “Hearts Like Fists.” In this monologue, Lisa contemplates how it feels after being ...

“I want to stop. I really do.” From the play, “Incendiary”. Elise wants to stop setting fires but is having some difficulty. Ideal for Adult Females, 20-50 – 1-2 Minutes. ...

“I see that. It’s a life. A place of your own in the city.” From the play, “The Book Store”.  Candace talks to Rachel about their life choices. Ideal for ...

“I feel sad” from the play “The Book Store”. Rachel explains what’s been going on in her head and in her life. Ideal for adult females, 20-40 – 1 Minute. ...

“I have to step out of this play for a minute.” From the play, ‘The Parking Lot’. J contemplates what she truly wants in this address to the audience. Ideal ...

“Checklist version twelve” from the play ‘The Parking Lot’. J considers what she longs for in a partner as she reviews her checklist. Ideal for adult females, 30-50 – 1-2 ...

“Can we stop the play for a second?” From the play, ‘The Parking Lot’. J stops the play and addresses the audience telling them they are worthy of love. Ideal ...

“Golde! Golde! I have such news for you.” From the musical, “Fiddler on the Roof.” Yente the Matchmaker comes to deliver news to Golde about a potential match for her ...

“Well then how can you say such a thing, I want you to get married, how many times have I said to you I want you to get married.” From ...

“When I was a girl, my father held a ball.” From the TV show, “Game of Thrones.” Brienne of Tarth recounts her tragic backstory and what made her fall in ...