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“I was sort of wondering what you looked like.” from the film “The Apartment.” Bud gets caught lending out his apartment so the execs at his office can carry on affairs. He admits the whole thing to Sheldrake, and promises never to ...

“Every girl is afraid of you” From the Film “Mean Girls.” Ms. Norbury tells the class how their lives will turn out if things don’t change. 1-2 min. Written by: Tina Fey MS. NORBURY: Regina George. Every girl here is afraid ...

A RAISIN IN THE SUN – 20-year old Beneatha is currently going to college and some of her personal beliefs and views have distanced her from conservative family. She dreams of being a doctor and struggles to determine her identity as ...

“I always wanted to have my name in all the papers.”from the film “Chicago.” In this monologue Roxie Hart narrates stories of her relationships to an imaginary audience. Ideal for Young Adults ranging from 20-35. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Bill Condon ...

“You look cold, boys.” from the TV series “Game of Thrones.” Sir Allister Thorne confronts his recruits and tells them of the last time he faced winter and was outside of the wall to warn them that if they don’t toughen ...

“See, the thing is, I care very much about aviation.” from the film “The Aviator.” Brought to a Congressional hearing by Senator Brewster over misused government money that Hughes Aircraft received to build several war planes, Howard Hughes has to defend ...

“You can understand me? Like hell you can.” from the film “Youth.” Lena tells her father how she feels about him. Ideal for Adult Females ranging from 20-35. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Paolo Sorrentino Lena: You can understand me? Like hell ...

ROMEO AND JULIET – Juliet expresses her love for Romeo. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Female Actor. 1-2 Min. JULIET O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn ...

ROMEO AND JULIET – Romeo sees Juliet at her window. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Male Actor. 1-2 Min. ROMEO He jests at scars that never felt a wound. [JULIET appears above at a window] But, soft! what light through yonder window ...

“Let me tell you something about Janis Ian” From the Film “Mean Girls.” Regina tells Cady about once being friends with Janis Ian. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Female Actor. 1 – 2 Min. Written by: Tina Fey REGINA: “Let me ...

IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA – Mac confronts Charlie about his office conspiracy theories involving Pepe Silvia. Comedic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min. CHARLIE: Now that right there is the mail. Let’s talk about the mail. Can we talk ...

“Shot him in the neck” From the Film “Three Kings.” Archie tries to tell the members of his team what it’s like to get shot. 1-2 min. Written by: David O. Russell ARCHIE: Shot him in the neck, didn’t you? Do ...

THE GLASS MENAGERIE – Tom works at a shoe warehouse to support his family but is frustrated by his job and aspires to be a poet. 1-2 min. TOM: What do you think I’m at? Aren’t I supposed to have any patience ...

“I used to be one of them” From the Film “Miss Congeniality.” Gracie confesses she used to think beauty pageants were anti-feminist. Comedic monologue for Adult Female Actresses. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Marc Lawrence, Katie Ford, and Caryn Lucas GRACIE HART: Well, ...

“Congrats Class of 2004″ From the Film “Legally Blonde.” Elle Woods delivers her valedictorian speech. Comedic monologue For Adult Female Actress. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Karen McCullah and Kirsten Smith ELLE: On our very first day at Harvard a very wise ...

“Come for the party” From the Film “The Great Gatsby.” Nick introduces the Gatsby party phenomenon. Dramatic monologue ideal for Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Baz Luhrmann and Craig Pearce; also F. Scott Fitzgerald NICK: There was music from ...

“Wanna know how I got these scars?” From the Film “The Dark Knight.” The Joker describes how he got his scars. Dramatic monologue for Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Christopher Nolan, David S. Goyer, and Jonathan Nolan JOKER: ...

“Times were different then” From the Film “Interview with the Vampire.” Louis reveals how he met a vampire. Dramatic monologue for Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Anne Rice LOUIS DE POINTE DU LAC: 1791 was the year it ...

“And I think we should get married” From the Film “Fools Rush In.” Alex finally decides that Isabel is the one he loves. Comedic monologue for Adult Male Actor. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Katherine Reback and Joan Taylor ALEX: This afternoon, ...

“We all masturbate” From the Film “American Pie.” Jim’s Dad tells him about masturbating. Comedic monologue for age 50+ Adult Male actors. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Adam Herz JIM’S DAD: Son, I wanted to talk to you about what I ...