SIX MODERN MONOLOGUES by Luke Harriott

£3.50

A MAN OF THE STAGE – Albert an old English actor talking about his past as an actor to a youngster.

DRUNKEN SOLILOQUY – Bailey . A drunk just rambling on. (this monologue is unisex).

GOOD NOT BAD – Bruce . A young man , whose done a bad thing and trying to justify it.

ENOUGH OF BEING A FAIRYTALE PRINCESS –  A fairytale princess fed up of being stigmatised as the damsel in the distress

MY FIRST LOVE THAT WENT AWAY – a person who reminisces about their ex. (this monologue is unisex)

SPEECH FROM A QUEEN – Sarah. A woman who has donned the role of the queen of understudies,  addresses her subjects.

Description

CHARACTERS

Six characters of varying age/gender – check the description

 

RUNNING TIME

Each monologue runs around 5 minutes

 

PRODUCTION RECORDING

A link the writer performing A MAN OF THE STAGE can be found here

 

PREVIEW

Preview available here

Additional information

Cast Breakdown

F/M2, F2, M2

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