Jennifer’s monologue from David Marshall Grant’s play, ‘Snakebit’
Jessica talks to Warren about their mistake
The woman tells a story of hitting a guy in the supermarket while shopping for tuna fish
Mrs. Mueller tells Sister Aloysius that her son needs a man in his life.
A dramatic monologue for women from the classic play, Fences, by August Wilson.
Blanche finally stands up for herself
Edith, absent minded and caring, comes back to greet Jane.
Set in a small town brothel, Lily has just arrived determined to earn enough to pay her debts as Lana tells her the ways of her new world
A contemporary comedy of manners which explores sexual harassment, misplaced amour, and the possibility of a four sided love triangle.
A dramatic monologue for women from Theresa Rebeck’s play, Spike Heels.