Play Monologues

“This field is endless.” from the play, “Local Story” Betsy’s hitch-hiking across country to find the boy she loves. Ideal for adult females ranging from 24-33. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Kristen ...

“I would like to call on the leniency of the jury.” from the play, “Fat Cat Killers” Steve’s kidnapping didn’t go so well. Ideal for adult males ranging form 30-39. 1-2 ...

“Wine! Wine! Wine!” from the play,”ubu” Ubu tells us of his true love who died. Ideal from adult males ranging from 35-44. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Adam Szymkowicz UBU: Wine! Wine! Wine! ...

“There you are again!” from the play, “The Bear” Luka, Mrs. Popov’s servant, asks his mistress to stop hiding herself away in mourning. She has spent the last year between her ...

“Hush, you needn’t speak” from the play, “The Stronger” Madame X realizes that Mademoiselle Y may be having an affair with her husband. Ideal for adult females ranging from 30-49. 1-2 ...

“You ask it, of course.” from the play, “His Luck” Jean, in mourning, and Vera, her friend, are talking over tea. Jean’s husband is a musician and artist. Very tempestuous, Paul ...

“Oh, don’t be vain and fanciful.” from the play, “Interlude” The poet and marquise have been talking of love and playing with a person’s heart. The Marquise laments her spot in ...

“Then your mother lied on her death-bed” from the play, “Facing Death” Adele has just entered the room. Durand advises her with limited answers regarding his plans for burning down the ...

“Crime statistics.” from the play, “When is a Clock” A COP explains how difficult it is to find a missing person to GORDON, whose wife BRONWYN has disappeared. Ideal for Adult ...

“My name’s not Violet.” from the play, “Alcott” Violet finally tells them off. Ideal for Adult Females ranging from 30-39. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Adam SzymkowiczAVIOLET: My name’s not Violet. My name ...

  “I feel like such a fucking idiot.” from the play, “Mercy” Ian, misreading the situation has just kissed Orville. He has retreated to the condition and is making coffee. He ...

“Am I terrible?” from the play, “For All Time” Nanette meets Diana, Maurice’s last love. Nanette finds out Diane’s history with Maurice, stating she would have found a way to break ...

“It isn’t that, with me. I can’t write….” from the play, “The Genius” The boy must stay in the mix of all going on artistically. The man advises he could do ...

“There you go, like all the rest of them!” from the play, “Overruled” Mrs. Lunn is confiding in Mr. Juno about how she has been constantly pursued by men and having ...

“Now just listen.” from the play, “The Bracelet” Harvey states he hasn’t had an affair with the governess, but just a fondness and caring toward her. Their guests leave and Harvey ...

“You may believe that, but nobody else does.” from the play, “The Tenor” Gerado states that Duhring has wasted his life. Duhring has been doing everything for his art. Gerardo reveals ...

“Incriminating? How can you ask that, Isabel?” from the play, ” Poor Harold!” Harold has disgraced his family by being named in a divorce case. He laments the letters that were ...

“My cat died last week” from the play, “Clown Bar” Dusty muses about his life as Twinkles and Happy are trying to decide whether or not to shoot each other. Ideal ...

“Mr Worthing I confess I feel somewhat bewildered…” from the play, ” The Importance of Being Earnest” Lady Bracknell has become aware of Jack’s intentions toward Gwendolyn. Upon learning of his ...

WILD HONEY – Anna Petrovna confronts her husband about his deceit. 1-2 min. ANNA PETROVNA – How can you say that? How can you lie to me, on such a night ...