Where can I find monologues from published plays?

Where can I find monologues from published plays?

Suggested sites for finding monologues on the web for free:

  • Monologue Archive. An assortment of public domain monologues taken from classic plays organized by gender and type.
  • Shakespeare’s Monologues.
  • Audition Monologues by Stage Agent.
  • The Monologue Database.
  • Ace Your Audition Monologues.

What are some good monologues from plays?

10 Best Audition Monologues for Actors

  • “ Measure for Measure” by William Shakespeare: Act III, Scene 1.
  • “ The Tempest” by William Shakespeare: Act II, Scene 2.
  • “ Twelfth Night” by William Shakespeare: Act II, Scene 2.
  • “ The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov: Konstantin’s mother monologue.

How do you find the play monologue?

But where do I find the monologues?

  1. WorldCat is your friend.
  2. Befriend your librarian.
  3. The National New Play Network operates the New Play Exchange.
  4. Most playwrights have agents or websites with contact information.
  5. Look for lists.
  6. Used bookstores are treasure troves.
  7. New Dramatists.
  8. Podcasts.

Where can you find dramatic monologues for girls?

Monologue Blogger contains powerful, intense and edgy pieces for an actress and we would like to share with you 15 Powerful Female Dramatic Monologues. 15 Powerful Female Dramatic Monologues. What you will find here are a small group of dramatic monologues we like that are handpicked for you. Running time is anywhere from 1-2-3 minutes long.

What are some good Disney monologues for females?

QUILL: I told Gamora

  • how when I was a kid I used to pretend
  • David Hasselhoff was my dad.
  • He’s a singer and actor from Earth,
  • really famous guy.
  • Earlier,it struck me
  • Yondu didn’t have a talking car,
  • but he did have a flying arrow.
  • He didn’t have
  • the beautiful voice of an angel
  • What are some good monologues?

    “Orphans” by Lyle Kessler. Monologue: “I SAID I JUST NOW SEEN A FRIEND OF YOURS!

  • “Maricela de La Luz Lights the World” by Jose Rivera.
  • “The Foreigner” by Larry Shue. Monologue: “Don’t tell me you’ve never seen a knife….
  • “Between Riverside and Crazy” by Stephen Adly Guirgis.
  • “Mr.
  • What are some of the best MCU monologues?

    – T’chaka: The time has come, for you to come home and be reunited with me. – T’challa: Why (dialect), why didn’t you bring the boy home? why baba? – T’chaka: He . . . He was