Adult Male

“Then one day, I got a phone call.” From the play “Good Morning, Good Night!” In this monologue Amir delivers a eulogy. Ideal for Adult Males, 20-50 – 1 Min. By: Adam Szymkowicz AMIR: Then one day, I got a ...

“It started with promise, equal part hope and cynicism,” from “Good Morning, Good Night!” In this monologue Amir tells about his day in a play about an office and modern anxiety.  Ideal for Adult Males, 20-50 – 1-2 Minutes. By: ...

“Thanks everyone for coming to celebrate J today,” from the play “The Parking Lot”. Terry delivers a eulogy in this play about a couple who decides their fate in a parking lot. Ideal for Adult Males, 30-60. 1-2 Min. By: Adam ...

“I am pleased to inform you, sir, that your plans for my daughter seem to have gone a trifle awry.” From the play, “The Man Who Came to Dinner.” Mr. Stanley has finally gained the upper hand on Sheridan Whiteside ...

“It is one of the most endearing and touching stories of our generation.” From the play, “The Man Who Came to Dinner.” by George Kaufman and Moss Heart. Sheridan Whiteside recounts a famous story he knows about Elias P. Crockfield ...

“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 Mins. Written By: Adam Szymkowicz STEVE: I would like to call ...

“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! Wine! Wine! Wine! Wine! Wine! Wine! Wine! Wine! (The SERVANT ...

“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 husband’s sickness and then his death hidden away. Mrs. Popov ...

“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 house. He begins to tell his life story only to ...

“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 Males ranging from 20-70. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Matthew Freeman ...

  “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 speaks to Orville from the other room. Ideal for Adult ...

“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 turns to his wife to tell her his true feelings. ...

“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 there is a different view of art from the idealistic ...

“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 printed. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 30-49. 1-2 Mins. ...

“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 for Adult Males ranging from 20-69. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Adam ...

“Like I just want to die…” from the play, “The Desire of Death.” Samuel is telling his friend through video chatting how much he wants to die. Ideal for adult males ranging from 20-35. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Chance Perez SAMUEL: ...

“O Rage! O Despair!” from the play “The Cid”. In this monologue Don Diego despairs for the way Don Gomes humiliated him. Ideal for Adult Males that are in their 50s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Pierre Corneille DON DIEGO: O rage! ...

“Now that right there is the mail.” from the TV show “Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” Charlie works in the mail room of the building. Later in the episode, Mac goes to talk to Charlie in the mailroom and discovers Charlie ...

“A dead plaintiff is rarely worth as much as a living, severely maimed plaintiff.” from the movie “A Civil Action.” A lawyer talks about the chances of a case to a possible client. Ideal for Adult Males in their 30s-50s. 1-2 ...

“Prune attack! Prune Attack!” from the film ” Hard Candy” A mature 14-year old girl meets a charming 32-year old photographer on the Internet. Suspecting that he is a pedophile, she goes to his home in an attempt to expose ...