Nora Morton is a beautiful and ambitious 16-year-old girl with dreams of Broadway. She’s often resentful of her younger sister and angry at her father for dying
Monologues from Plays
Set in 1937, 16 year old Nora wishes her Dad was alive
20-year old Beneatha is currently going to college and some of her personal beliefs and views have distanced her from conservative family. She dreams of being a doctor and struggles to determine her identity as a well-educated black woman.
A bar in Saigon. Halberstam carries a sheet of teletype paper as he talks to Stewart.
STEPHEN: I’ll never forget the night she did this at the old Met. The excitement…
MIKE: I’m tired. Stephen. I’m tired of saying I’m sorry all the time. I’m tired…
Jessica’s monologue from Kenneth Lonergan’s play, ‘This Is Our Youth’
Anna’s monologue from the play, Wild Honey by Michael Frayn
PAUL: Well, we were doing this oriental number and I looked like Cyd Charisse. Oh,…
This is the Zillah monologue from Tony Kushner’s play, ‘A Bright Room Called Day’