Synopses & Reviews
A collection of sixty-five monologues providing young performers with a variety of audition pieces reflecting situations both serious and comic.
For speech contests, acting exercises, auditions or audience entertainment in a stage review, these short monologs are to theatre what Art Buchwald is to journalism, Warm, Funny. And best of all--reall Sixty-five characterizations for girls, boys and both together. Any young person will relate to the topics of these scripts. And they will like them as performance material that is "scare-free." The only book of "nontheatrical" monologs we know of. Sample titles include: My Blankee: All Mothers Are Clairvoyant: Cafeteria Lunches: They'll Be Sorry When I'm Dead: I'm Not My Brother, I'm Me; The Girl That I Marry; Too Young for This: Too Old for That; The Last Day of Sixth Grade; Three-Kleenex(R) Movies; I Thought Ellen Was My Friend: What Will I Be When I Grow Up?; The Driver's Test is a Piece of Cake.