’42nd STREET’ (Julian Marsh): “You’ve got to come back a star!”

Monologues from the Musical, 42nd Street

42ND STREET by Michael Stewart & Mark Bramble

From: Musical

Type: Dramatic

Character: Julian Marsh, a very famous and powerful Broadway director.

Gender: Male

Age Range: 40's | 50's

Summary: Julian Marsh gives Peggy one last pep talk before she walks out on stage.

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JULIAN: Now listen and listen hard. One hundred people. One hundred jobs. One hundred thousand dollars! Five weeks of grind and blood and sweat, and it all depends on what you do out there tonight. Oh, I know what you’re thinking. Here comes Marsh with another one of his pep talks. Well, this is the last of them, Sawyer, and it comes straight from the heart. Our hopes, our futures, our lives are in your hands. Go out there and make them shine with your golden talent!! Sawyer, you’re going out there a youngster. But you’ve got to come back a star!

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