Romance

“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 ...

“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 ...

“Say, fella, you neglected me and I feel very put out.” from the film “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town.” Drunk Mr. Morrow is impressed by Mr. Deeds. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 36 – 50. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Robert ...

ROMEO AND JULIET – Juliet expresses her love for Romeo. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Female Actor. 1-2 Min. JULIET O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name; Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn ...

ROMEO AND JULIET – Romeo sees Juliet at her window. Dramatic Monologue For Teen Male Actor. 1-2 Min. ROMEO He jests at scars that never felt a wound. [JULIET appears above at a window] But, soft! what light through yonder window ...

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE – Blanche makes a grim confession about her past. Dramatic monologue ideal for Adult Female Actresses. 3-4 Min. BLANCHE: I loved someone, too, and the person I loved I lost. He was a boy, just a ...

“And I think we should get married” From the Film “Fools Rush In.” Alex finally decides that Isabel is the one he loves. Comedic monologue for Adult Male Actor. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Katherine Reback and Joan Taylor ALEX: This afternoon, ...

“My grandparents” from the film “50 FIRST DATES” Henry tells Lucy how his grandparents met. Comedic monologue ideal for Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min. Written by: George Wing HENRY: My grandparents. He was a political prisoner in Argentina.  She was ...

“It’s great to meet you, really.” from the film “500 DAYS OF SUMMER” Tom tries to explain to Alison why he’s not ready to date her. Dramatic Monologue ideal for Adult Male Actors. 1-2 Min.  Written by: Scott Neustadter and ...

“You’re not going to tell me who I have to love” from the film “The Notebook” – Allie argues with her parents about Noah. Dramatic Monologue ideal for Late Teens/ Early 20s Female Actresses. 1-2 Min. Written by Jeremy Levin ALLIE: ...