A dramatic monologue for a teen male from, ‘Footloose: The Musical’
A one minute monologue for teen girls from ‘Footloose: The Musical’
“I’d feel sorry for her if she wasn’t such a pathetic, status-obsessed witch.”
If you knew me better, you’d see that this is exactly the kind of thing that’s likely to happen to me. Getting knocked up, I mean.
“Forget it. I’m free now, right? I could meet the love of my life any second now.”
“They never try girls as adults. Sexist but true. Plus I’ll have the biggest legal defense fund you ever saw.”
Jessica talks to Warren about their mistake
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
Jessica’s monologue from Kenneth Lonergan’s play, ‘This Is Our Youth’
Hazel gives the still alive Gus his eulogy.