comedy

“No shame but mine:” from the play, “Taming of the Shrew” Katharina believes that she was stood up at her own wedding and begins to chide herself for foolishly believing Petruchio really wanted to marry her. Ideal for adult females ranging ...

“Think, Anya, your grandfather, your great-grandfather, and all your ancestors were serf-owners, they owned living souls;” Trofimov has a moment alone with Anya. Anya reveals that knowing him has made her see things in a different light. The orchard doesn’t hold ...

“Believe what you choose about me.”, from the play, “Lady Windermere’s Fan” Mrs. Erlynne advises that there is nothing going on between herself and Lord Windermere. Lady Windermere insults her and plans to leave her family and scandal. Ideal for adult ...

“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 ...

“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 ...

“Say, Aunt Elinor, I’ve been reading an awfully interesting book.” from the play, “St. Valentine’s Day” Letty, with the excitement and attention span reserved for youth, tells Elinor about how she is passing the time. Ideal for teenage females ranging from ...

“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 ...

“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 ...

“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 ...

“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, you’re saying I shouldn’t really have sex. I should just say I had sex with someone. A girl.” from the film “Easy A”. Brandon convinces Olive to fake having sex with him. 5-6 Min. Olive enters her bedroom with Brandon in ...

“You know — you’re not as vile as I thought you were.” From the film “10 Things I Hate About You”. Patrick takes care of a drunk Kat, and they learn more about each other. 5-6 Min.  Patrick marches Kat ...

DROP DEAD JULIET – Juliet confronts the audience about a better story than “Romeo and Juliet.” Comedic Monologue for Teen Female. 1 Min. Juliet: Did I say Quit? Did anyone say quit? I’m not quitting. I just want a better ...

SINGING IN THE RAIN JR – Kathy mistakes movie star Don Lockwood for a criminal. Comedic Monologue for Teen Female. 1 Min. Kathy: Leave me alone. You’re a criminal. I’ve seen that face someplace. You’re a famous gangster. I’ve seen ...

SHREK JR – Lord Farquaad tortures information out of Gingy. Comedic Monologue for Kid Male. 1 Min. FARQUAAD: Listen cookie, you still haven’t told me where the princess is. Oh, she’s in a dragon-guarded castle surrounded by hot lava. Well that ...

SHREK JR – Shrek’s opening monologue. Comedic Monologue for Kid Male. 1 Min. Shrek: Once upon a time there was a little ogre named Shrek, who lived with his parents in a bog by a tree. It was a pretty ...