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“But I tell you what I do wish, Mrs Peters.” from the play,”Trifles” Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters discuss the Wright household and their lack of making an effort to reach out to Mrs. Wright. Ideal for adult females ranging from ...

“It’s like this, Keith” from the play, “The First and Last” Larry arrives surprising Keith with his confession of murder. Ideal for adult males ranging from 30-49. 1-2 Mins. Written By: John Galsworthy LARRY: It’s like this, Keith—there’s a girl—A Polish ...

“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 ...

“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 ...

“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.  ...

“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. ...

“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 ...

“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. ...

“O Rage! O Despair!” from the play “The Cid”. In this monologue Don Diego despairs for the way Don Gomes humiliated him. Ideal for Adult Males that are in their 50s. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Pierre Corneille DON DIEGO: O rage! ...

“Allie, they’re not crazy” from the film, “The Notebook”. Noah tells Allie that her parents are right and they can’t be together anymore. Ideal for Adult Males in their 20s. 1 Min. Written By: Jeremy Leven NOAH: Allie, they’re not crazy. ...

“I wanna thank all of you for a terrific summer.” from the film “Wet Hot American Summer” Set on the last day of camp, in the hot summer of 1981, it follows a group of counselors who are each trying to ...

“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 ...

SOUND OF MUSIC – Brigitta tells Maria that her father loves her. Dramatic Monologue for Teen Female. 1 Min. BRIGITTA: (to Maria) Oh, Freulein, Father’s never going to marry her. Why, he couldn’t, because he’s in love with you. … ...

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. ...

SHREK JR – Fiona reveals that she’s an ogre to Donkey. Dramatic Monologue for Kid Female. 1 Min. FIONA: Donkey, it’s okay! Shhh! Donkey, I am the princess. It’s me – in this body. No, I didn’t eat the princess. “By ...

“Four days ago…” from the film “Elizabethtown”  During an outrageous memorial for a Southern patriarch, an unexpected romance blooms between a young woman and man. Ideal for Young Adult Males ranging from 20s-30s. 1 Min. Written By: Cameron Crowe DREW: ...

“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 ...

“Me, the ‘street rat'” from the film “Aladdin.” Aladdin laments about falling in love with Jasmine. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Male. 1 Min. Written by: Guy Ritchie and John August ALADDIN: But I do like Jasmine. I mean, “The Princess!” Ugh! ...

“Look around you” from the film “Tuck Everlasting.” Tuck wants to make sure Winnie knows what she’s getting into. Dramatic Monologue for Teen/Young Adult Male. 2 Min. Written by: Jeffrey Lieber, James V. Hart, and Natalie Babbitt Tuck: Look around you, ...