A comedic monologue for men or women from A.R. Gurney’s play, The Dining Room.
Monologues for Women
A Dramatic Monologue for Women from A.R. Gurney’s Play, The Dining Room.
A dramatic monologue for women from Lee Hall’s play, NETWORK.
A dramatic monologue for women from the classic play, Fences, by August Wilson.
“Here’s the World One I flying ace high over France in his Sopwith Camel, searching for the infamous Red Baron! “
“The squeaky wheel gets the grease!”
“Can’t someone fall in love with a girl who isn’t cute, and has freckles and a big nose?”
“When I grow up I’m going to be the biggest queen there ever was…”
“Now, this is what you call a Failure Face, Linus.”
“It’s always a whole pack of wolves that bring the fawn down.”