drama

“I know you’re probably mad at me for leaving before the funeral” from, “Pretty Theft” Allegra says farewell to her mother after her father has died. (Scene: Allegra’s house. Allegra’s Mom sits, facing away from us, watching TV. Allegra approaches her ...

“I will work—work—work!” from the play, ” The Flutter of the Goldleaf” Philo stays in his workspace to keep his mind busy. Ideal for adult males ranging from 20-39. 1-2 Mins. Written By:  Olive Tilford & Frederick Peterson PHILO: I will work—work—work! ...

“But it was absolutely necessary that he should not know!” from the play, “A Doll’s House” Christine, an old friend, has come to see if Nora’s husband has any work at his new employer, a bank. As Nora and Christine talk, ...

“Agnes, you have kept your health living on your estate in Long Island” from the play, “Ever Young” Mrs. Payne-Dexter discusses how everyone is telling her she is getting old, but she doesn’t feel it. Ideal for adult females ranging from ...

“Och! be quiet now;” from the play, ” Campbell of Kilmhor” Mary’s son has just been taken out to be shot by Campbell’s men. She re-enters the scene to her crying maid, who has just given away the hiding location of ...

“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 ...

“Oh, don’t be vain and fanciful.” from the play, “Interlude” The poet and marquise have been talking of love and playing with a person’s heart. The Marquise laments her spot in life. Ideal for teenage females ranging from 13-19. 1-2 Mins.  ...

“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 ...

“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. ...

“It isn’t that, with me. I can’t write….” from the play, “The Genius” The boy must stay in the mix of all going on artistically. The man advises he could do a new drama. Ideal for Teenage Males ranging from 13-19. ...

“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. ...

FOOTLOOSE JR – The Minister talks about losing his son. Dramatic Monologue for Kid Male. 1 Min. MINISTER: I’m standing before you this morning with a very troubled heart. You see, my friends, as your minister, I should be helping you ...

WIZARD OF OZ JR – The Wicked Witch plans to take her enemy Dorothy. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Female. 1 Min. Wicked Witch: Nikko, Nikko! Where is the commander of my aerobatic apes? There you are. I have an important ...

SOUND OF MUSIC – Maria tells Captain Von Trapp how to show love to his children. Dramatic Monologue for Young Adult Female. 1 Min. MARIA: (to Captain Von Trapp) I know you don’t know your children, but you’ve got to. ...

“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 ...

“What gives you the right to play God?” from the two-person scene “Smile For The Camera”. Cindy has been captured by Ren and is pinned to a tree. Ren circles her while talking. One woman, one man. 3-4 Min. Ren: I’m ...