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MATILDA JR – Ms. Trunchbull addresses the class. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Female. 1 Min. Miss Trunchbull: Sometimes in life, horrible and unexplainable things happen. These things are a test of character. And I have character! I expect you’re wondering ...

THE LITTLE MERMAID JR – Ariel shows Flounder what she found. Comedic Monologue for Kid Female. >1 Min. Ariel: Oh, Flounder, you really are a guppy! Awww….. You’ll never guess what I found today. Look! (Lifts up a large silver ...

LION KING JR – Timon welcomes Simba. Comedic Monologue for Kid Male. >1 Min. TIMON: Welcome to our humble abode! Listen kid, if you’re gonna live with us, you gotta eat like us. I’m tellin’ ya, kid – this is ...

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 ...

ELF JR. – Buddy sings for all to hear. Comedic Monologue for Kid Male. 1 Min. BUDDY THE ELF: I just like smiling. Smiling is my favorite! Sounds like someone needs to sing a Christmas Carol, don’t you know the ...

“Let’s see who their parents are” from the film “Descendants.” Belle looks for the parents of new students at her school. Dramatic Monologue for Kid/Teen Female. >1 Min. Written by: Josann McGibbon and Sara Parriott BELLE: Let’s see who their parents ...

“You must not fight” from the film “Aristocats.” The Duchess teaches the kittens how to act. Comedic Monologue for Kid Female. >1 Min. Written by: Larry Clemmons, Frank Thompson, Ralph Wright, et. al. DUCHESS: Now kittens, you must not fight. Toulouse! ...

“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! ...

“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 ...

“Guys and Gidgets” from the film “Hairspray.” Corny Collins amps up his fellow performers. Comedic Monologue for Teen Male. 1 Min. Written by: Leslie Dixon CORNY: Now don’t forget, Guys and Gidgets: Our very first prime-time spectacular is coming up on ...

“The work of a critic” from the film “Ratatouille.” Anton eats ratatouille and his world is changed. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Adult Male. 2 Min. Written by: Brad Bird, Bob Peterson, Katy Greenberg, and Emily Cook ANTON EGO: In many ways, the ...

“But it wasn’t a dream” from the film “Wizard of Oz.” Dorothy explains Oz to her family. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Female. 1 Min. Written by: Jack Haley, Robert Lahr, Yip Harburg, et. al. DOROTHY: But it wasn’t a dream. It ...

“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, ...

“Can you read my mind?” From the film “Superman.” Lois Lane talks to her love Superman. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Female. 1 Min. Written by: Mario Puzo, David Newman, Leslie Newman, et. al. Lois: Can you read my mind? Do ...

“Some things are best left unsaid” From the film “Shawshank Redemption.” Red talks about being free. Dramatic Monologue For Young Adult Male. 1 Min. Written by: Frank Darabont and Stephen King Red: I have no idea to this day what those ...

“My Name is Happy Gilmore” From the film “Happy Gilmore.” Happy Gilmore’s opening monologue. Comedic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Male. 3 Min. a by: Tim Herlihy and Adam Sandler Happy: My name is Happy Gilmore. Ever since I was old enough to ...

“You beasts” From the Animated Film “101 Dalmatians.” Cruella De Vil is not defeated by the dogs. Comedic Monologue For Kid/Teen Female. 1 Min. Written by: John Hughes and Dodie Smith Cruella De Vil: You beasts! But I’m not beaten yet. ...

“It’s a drink” from the Film “E.T.” Elliot shows E.T. objects. Comedic Monologue For Kid Male. 2 Min. Written by: Melissa Mathison Elliot: Coke. You see, we drink it. It’s a, it’s a drink. You know, food. These are toys, these ...

“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 ...

“Wake up little spider” From the Film “Spiderman.” Green Goblin is asking Spiderman to join him. Dramatic Monologue for Kid Male Actor. 2 Min. GREEN GOBLIN: Wake up little spider, wake up. No, you’re not dead… yet… Just paralyzed… temporarily. You’re ...

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