Adult Male

RED – Ken angrily addresses the numerous issues he has with Rothko. From the play Red by John Logan. 3-4 min. KEN: (Explodes.) Bores you?! Bores you?! – Christ almighty trying working for you for a living! – The talking-talking-talking-jesus-christ-won’t-he-ever-shut-up titanic self-absorption of ...

“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 ...

“Blood Brothers” from the film “The Hangover.” Everybody gives a speech to congratulate the groom. This is Alan’s speech, at the end of which he takes out a knife and cuts his hand…. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 20-35. 1-2 ...

“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 ...

“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 ...

“While I was institutionalized” From the Film “12 Monkeys.” Jeffrey tries to explain to the other patients what he’s gone through. Dramatic monologue for Adult Male. 2-3 Min. Written by: Chris Marker, David Webb Peoples, and Janet Peoples JEFFREY: WHO CARES ...

“Have you ever seen a real key lime pie? From the film ” The Shape of Water.” Giles finally makes a stand. Ideal for Adult Males in their 50s and 60s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Guillermo Del Toro and Vanessa Taylor Giles: ...

“How’d you like to do a little business with me?” from the film “Paper Moon.” Moze asks Addie if she wants to go into business with him. Ideal for Adult Males in their 30s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Alvin Sargent Moze:  ...

“Paul, I know you’ve been pretty down since your accident.” from the movie “Election.” Jim urges Paul, a student at Millard High School, to run for class president. Ideal for Adult Males in their 30s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Alexander Payne and ...

“What? Why would they laugh at you?” from the movie “School of Rock.” Dewey consoles Lori after she’s made fun of. Ideal for Adult Males in their 20s and 30s. 1-2 Mins.  Written By: Mike White Dewey: What? Why would they ...

“You are everything I never knew I always wanted.” from the movie “Fools Rush In.” Alex finally decides that Isabel is the one he loves. Ideal for Adult Males in their 20s and 30s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Katherine Reback Alex: ...

“I moved to Boston, I work in a law office, I’m the big success story.” from the play “Spike Heels.” A contemporary comedy of manners which explores sexual harassment, misplaced amour, and the possibility of a four sided love triangle. The ...

  “I remember the summer after my mother passed away from the movie “30 Mins or less.”Nick is a pizza deliverer who lives a fairly ordinary, boring life — until he crosses paths with two aspiring criminal masterminds, who kidnap ...

“And thus began the best summer of my life from the play ” Shows for Days.” Car is a playwright looking back on a time in his life when he discovered theater. Ideal for Adult Males in their 30s. 1-2 Mins. ...