Dramatic

INTO THE WOODS JR – Little Red visits her granny. Dramatic Monologue for Kid Female. 1 Min. LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD: (to the Wolf) Good day, Grandmother. My, Grandmother, you’re looking very strange. What big ears you have. But Grandmother, ...

“I plead down” from the film “Gone Girl.” Tommy tells Nick about his time with Amy and when she accused him of rape. 2-3 min. TOMMY: Fuck no. Do I look like I’d do well in prison? I plead down, man. Sexual ...

THIS IS OUR YOUTH – Jessica Goldman, an “anxiously insightful” fashion student, comes over and Warren hopes that he can use the money to entice her into bed. 2-3 min. JESSICA: Don’t you guys get into like, comparing notes and stuff? ...

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 ...

“The bullet hasn’t moved.” from the film “Regarding Henry.”  When calculating attorney Henry Turner receives a bullet in the head during a robbery, he loses all memory and identity. When he recovers, he is child-like, if not simple-minded, but he ...

“I don’t think I can do this.” from the film “Up In the Air.” With a job traveling around the country firing people, Ryan Bingham enjoys his life living out of a suitcase, but finds that lifestyle threatened by the presence ...

“Shot him in the neck, didn’t you?” from the film “Three Kings.” Archie tries to tell the members of his team what it’s like to get shot. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 30-50. 1 Min. Written By: John Ridley ARCHIE ...

“Chrissie and Rod are pretty obsessed with this rumor, aren’t they?” from the film “Never Let Me Go.” In this scene, Tommy comes up with a scheme to save their lives. Ideal for Young Adult Males in their 20s. 1-2 Mins. ...

“As you know, l’m quite keen on comic books.” from the film “Kill Bill: Vol. 2.” Bill’s Superman Speech. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 36-50. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Quentin Tarantino BILL: “As you know, l’m quite keen on comic ...

BYE BYE BIRDIE – Mr. MacAfee’s democracy is over. Dramatic Monologue for Teen Male. 1 Min. MR. MACAFEE: I have tried to run this house on a democratic basis. I have extended the privilege of self-determination to both the woman ...

“I congratulate you, young boy” from the film “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” Slugworth tries to lure Charlie into going undercover. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Male. 1 Min. Written by: John August SLUGWORTH: I congratulate you, little boy. Well done. You ...

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 feel physically inadequate” From the Animated Film “Antz.” Zee visits a psychologist. Dramatic Monologue for Teen Male. 2 Min. Written by: Todd Alcott, Chris Weitz, and Paul Weitz Zee: All my life I’ve lived and worked in the big city, ...

“Poor little rabbit” from the film “Gangs of New York.” The Butcher asks the cop to find who’s responsible for the rabbit’s death. 1 min. THE BUTCHER: That’s a sorry looking pelt…and it’s been so nice and quiet for the last ...

“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 ...

“America is not the greatest country in the world anymore,” from the TV Show “The Newsroom”. Will’s speech on America. 5-6 Min. WILL: Fine. [to the liberal panelist] Sharon, the NEA is a loser. Yeah, it accounts for a penny out of our ...

“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. ...

“I’m calling you a killer. A natural-born killer. You always have been, and you always will be,” from the film “Kill Bill”. Bills muses over superheroes while discussing Beatrix Kiddo’s betrayal. 3-4 Min. BILL: As you know, l’m quite keen ...

“I don’t have a mother” From the Film “A Little Princess.” Sara talks about her deceased mother. Dramatic Monologue For Kid Female. 1 Min. Written by: Richard LaGravenese and Elizabeth Chandler SARA: I don’t have a mother either… she’s in heaven ...