Two-minute Monologs: Original Audition Scenes for Professional Actors
The search for professional audition-length material never ends. Now, a new collection of character monologs from an established New York City playwright known for his uniquely original dramatic work. A winning stage audition depends on the material used as well as the actor's talent. The wide variety of characterizations in this book offers many choices for male and female actors seeking challenging new roles. They range from gritty, real-life drama to comedy. Over forty monologs for auditions, contests and acting practice. Many of these monologs contain strong language and adult situations which might be objectionable to some. Sample monologs include: Frank--a wannabe, Nate--a gay man, Don--a con artist, Cyndi--an alcoholic, Ginny--an angry wife, Sue--a college student.
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