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50 Great Monologs for Student Actors: A Workbook of Comedy Characterizations for Students

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These are professional-level comedy monologs, but they can be easily performed by talented high school actors. Most all of the characterizations can be effectively performed by either sex. The emphasis is on comedy and social satire. Nothing is sacred, yet all monologs are within the boundaries of good taste. In most instances the monologist is making fun of his/her own dilemmas of everyday living. Good contest material. Excellent for classroom use. Each monolog is three to five minutes long. Some of the monologs: History of New York City, How I Spent My Summer Vacation, The Fanatical Spectator, Trains of Nightmarish Thoughts, Letter to an Escaper, Musical Intros. What Does Your Handwriting Tell You? Mr. Know-It-All.

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These are professional-level comedy monologs, but they can be easily performed by talented high school actors. Most all of the characterizations can be effectively performed by either sex. The emphasis is on comedy and social satire. Nothing is sacred, yet all monologs are within the boundaries of good taste. In most instances the monologist is making fun of his/her own dilemmas of everyday living. Good contest material. Excellent for classroom use. Each monolog is three to five minutes long.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780916260439
Editor:
Majeski, Bill
Publisher:
Meriwether Publishing
Author:
Majeski, Bill
Location:
Colorado Springs, Colo. :
Subject:
American wit and humor
Subject:
Acting & Auditioning
Subject:
Performing arts
Subject:
Scenes and Monologues
Subject:
Monologues
Subject:
Monologs
Subject:
Humorous recitations.
Subject:
Drama-Monologues and Scenes
Copyright:
Edition Number:
2nd ed., rev.
Edition Description:
Rev
Series Volume:
no. 740
Publication Date:
19901231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
144
Dimensions:
8.46x5.58x.36 in. .46 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , These are professional-level comedy monologs, but they can be easily performed by talented high school actors. Most all of the characterizations can be effectively performed by either sex. The emphasis is on comedy and social satire. Nothing is sacred, yet all monologs are within the boundaries of good taste. In most instances the monologist is making fun of his/her own dilemmas of everyday living. Good contest material. Excellent for classroom use. Each monolog is three to five minutes long.
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