Adult Female

“But I tell you what I do wish, Mrs Peters.” from the play,”Trifles” Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters discuss the Wright household and their lack of making an effort to reach out to Mrs. Wright. Ideal for adult females ranging from ...

“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 Palmer BETSY: (The sound of a highway, a warm red ...

“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 Mins. Written By: August Strindberg MADAME X: Hush, you needn’t speak—I ...

“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 seemed to look for an opportunity not to play. After ...

“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 SzymkowiczA VIOLET: My name’s not Violet. My name has never been Violet. I always introduce myself as ...

“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 up the affair. Diane calls her a terrible old woman. ...

“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 them declare their love for her. Ideal for Adult Females ...

“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 heritage, the romance cannot be allowed. Ideal for Adult Females ...

“So, I think we should move.” from the film ” Monster”. Aileen tells Selby her plan for them to move to Florida. Ideal for Adult Females in their 30s. 1-2 Mins Written By: Patty Jenkins AILEEN: So, I think we should ...

“The problem is that you have been told, and not told.” from the movie, “Never Let Me Go”.  Miss Lucy is the new guardian at the school and in this scene, she finally tells the students the truth about their ...

“Julia has always needed company.” from the film “Nowhere Boy” Nowhere Boy is a 2009 British biographical musical drama film about John Lennon’s adolescence, his relationships with his guardian aunt and his mother, the creation of his first band, the Quarrymen, and ...

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 as this, beneath such a sky? Tell your lies in ...

“Hey I’m sorry I didn’t show up.” from the film “Mystic Pizza.” Kat is late and Daisy is pissed. The sisters argue. Ideal for Adult Females in their 20s-30s. 1 Min. Written By: Amy Holden Jones KAT and DAISY: Kat: Hi ...

FENCES – Rose finally tells Troy how she feels. Dramatic monologue for adult female. 1-2 min. ROSE: I been standing with you! I been right here with you, Troy. I got a life too. I gave eighteen years of my life to ...

“Excuse me.” from the film “Stranger Than Fiction.” Penny, an assistant hired by Kay’s publisher, shows up just when Kay is trying to decide how to kill Harold in her book. She doesn’t want Penny’s help in any way, but Penny ...

SPIKE HEELS – Georgie tells off Lydia. 1-2 min.  GEORGIE – I understand you all right. This part, I think I got down solid. But what I don’t have, you know- what I want to know is- if you’re so fucking ...

PROOF – Catherine gave up her life and schooling to take care of her father until his recent death. 1-2 min. CATHERINE: I lived with him. I spent my life with him. I fed him. Talked to him. Tried to listen when ...

LAUNDRY AND BOURBON – Hattie talks on the phone with her children. 1-2 min. HATTIE: Say mind if I use your phone? Figure I better check on the kids. No telling what devilment they’ve gotten up to. (Dialing.) Everything gonna turn out fine ...

“Julia has always needed company” from the film “Nowhere Boy.” Mimi tells the story of John’s birth. 2-3 min. MIMI: Julia has always needed company. Do you understand what I mean by company? She found it with a young soldier whilst your ...

RECENT TRAGIC EVENTS – Waverly tries to explain to Andrew what it’s like having a twin. 2-3 min. WAVERLY: Do you know what it’s like to have a twin? No you don’t.  Because it’s really different from not having one.  It’s so ...