High School

“You take me out?” from the film “American Graffiti” After her longtime boyfriend Steve tells her he’s leaving town to go to college, Laurie tries to pretend she doesn’t care. Ideal for Teen Females. 1-2 Mins. Written By: George Lucas, Gloria Katz ...

“No way! He just called him a dick.” from the film “Fast Time at Ridgemont High.” Linda & Stacy chat about high school stuff, and Linda demonstrates how to give a blow job. Ideal for Teen Females early 20s. 1-2 Mins. ...

“Hey I’m sorry I didn’t show up.” from the film “Mystic Pizza.” Kat is late and Daisy is pissed. The sisters argue. Ideal for Adult Females in their 20s-30s. 1 Min. Written By: Amy Holden Jones KAT and DAISY: Kat: Hi ...

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL JR. – Ms. Darbus leads the class. Comedic Monologue for Kid/Teen Female. 1 Min. Ms Darbus: Well, once again, they forgot to announce the auditions for the winter musical, Juliet and Romeo, written by our very own ...

“You know, Stan, I feel sorry for you” From the Film “17 Again.” Mike tells Stan off. Dramatic/Comedic Monologue For Teen Male Actor. 1 Min. Written by: Jason Filardi MIKE: You know, Stan, I feel sorry for you. (Mike speaks loudly now, ...

MEAN GIRLS THE MUSICAL – As Regina recovers in the hospital, she tries to tell Cady why she was so mean. Comedic Monologue ideal for Late Teens/ Early 20s Female Actors. 1-2 Min. REGINA: I’m going to forgive you. Because I’m ...

“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 ...