Adult Female

“My shares are worthless, and my savings gone” from the film “A Little Princess: The Musical.” Miss Minchin tells Sara how she feels about her father. 1-2 min. MISS MINCHIN: Would the Times print it if it weren’t true? Word has reached London of ...

“How long did you wait? I mean — did you wait long?” from the film “An Affair To Remember”. When Nickie begins to interrogate Terry in an attempt to discover why she didn’t meet him at the top of the Empire State ...

“If I could be beautiful on the outside for a day, that would be my dream come true,” from the play “Beautiful Day”. Linda talks to a stranger she met in a park about how she wishes she could be and ...

IT’S ONLY A PLAY – Virginia, the star of the fictional play, complains about her agent. Dramatic Monologue for adult female. 1-2 min. VIRGINIA: They ain’t doing anything. They tried that number on me out in Hollywood. “You’re only as good ...

A DOLL’S HOUSE – Nora finally opens up to her husband, Torvald. Dramatic monologue for adult women. 2-3 min.  NORA: It is perfectly true, Torvald. When I was at home with papa, he told me his opinion about everything, and so I ...

IN THE NEXT ROOM – Elizabeth says goodbye to Mrs. Givings. Dramatic monologue for adult female. 2 min. ELIZABETH:  My mother told me to pray each day since I was a little girl, to pray that you borrow everything, everyone ...

“I pretended to be asleep from the film “Hall Pass.” Maggie explains why she’s giving her husband a hall pass. 1-2 min. MAGGIE: Remember last week when we went to Lucy’s award thing? That night when we got home, Rick and ...

“I mean doctors can kill a patient and keep their jobs but for a nurse? We don’t get off so easy,” from the TV Show “How To Get Away With Murder”. Jolene pleads her case to Bonnie. 1-2 Min. JOLENE: I would turn ...

“And now I know that only love can truly save the world,” from the film “Wonder Woman”. Diana’s concluding statement. 1-2 Min. DIANA: I used to want to save the world. To end war and bring peace to mankind. But ...

“But if you love me, you have to love all the things about me,” from the film “Dirty Dancing”. Baby confronts her dad. 1-2 Min. BABY: I told you I was telling the truth Daddy. I’m sorry I lied to you. ...

“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 ...

“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 ...

PTERODACTYLS – Emma Duncan, a hypochondriac with memory problems. Comedic monologue for adult females. 2-3 min. EMMA: Hello everybody. I’m dead. How are you? I’m glad I killed myself. I’m not recommending it for others, mind you—no Dr. Kevorkian am I. But ...

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE – Blanche makes a grim confession about her past. Dramatic monologue ideal for Adult Female Actresses. 3-4 Min. BLANCHE: I loved someone, too, and the person I loved I lost. He was a boy, just a ...

“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, ...

“Emergency Bella meeting” from the film “Pitch Perfect” – Aubrey leads and motivates the newest set of Bellas. Comedic monologue ideal for Adult Female Actresses. 1-2 Min.  Written by Kay Cannon AUBREY: I’m calling an emergency Bella-meeting. First up?  Our score sheet revealed ...

“A little story about a girl named Megan” from the film “Bridesmaids”- Megan tries to set Annie straight. Comedic monologue for adult female. 1-2 min. Written by Annie Mumolo & Kristen Wiig MEGAN: I think you’re ready to hear a little story about ...

“Nothing’s perfect, Benjamin” from the film “The Graduate” – Elaine opens up to Ben. Dramatic monologue ideal for Adult Female Actresses. 1-2 Min.  Written by Calder Willingham & Buck Henry ELAINE: Well nothing’s perfect Benjamin. I wish my mother didn’t drink so ...