‘Glassheart’ (Witch): “You can have anyone, anyone but not him”

Glassheart Monologues by Reina Hardy

'Glassheart' by Reina Hardy

From: Play

Type: Dramatic

Character: The witch, a powerful woman with a smooth motherly air.

Gender: Female

Age Range: 40's | 50's | 60's

Summary: The witch tries to convince her protege, a magical talking lamp, to leave the fairy tale Beast she serves and seize a human life for herself.

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No. You can’t. anyone but him.

Jules who works the coffee counter, the green-eyed boy from Belgium who bought five books of poetry, my god, even the old man in the corduroy coat. You can have anyone, anyone but not him.

You want them, don’t you?

You could have them, and so much more. the light of devotion, burning towards you out of so many clear green eyes. Beauty, they’ll say. Beauty is your name. Just— come with me, little one, and I’ll take care of the rest. Please.


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