Elvis Monologues

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Lavonne Mueller
History Ink Books, 1998 - Drama - 164 pages
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Are you looking to throw some gyration in your oration? These days, when auditions are bogged down with endless regurgitations of The Swan of Avon, why not get things all shook up with the King from Memphis? Certainly no stranger to the stage or screen, Elvis once said "the only thing worse than seeing a bad movie is being in one." Well, certainly the same goes for monologues.

Fresher than untrod-upon new blue suede, this one-of-a-kind collection provides an untapped resource of inspiring, witty, and entertaining monologues--all relating to the legend of Elvis Aron Presley.

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Contents

At RaeDean s Funeral
7
Heart of a Dog
14
Elvis and My Little Brother
22
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

LAVONNE MUELLER is a published playwright, textbook author, editor, and Fulbright Fellow. She has had more than ten plays produced Off-Broadway and her play The Only Woman General earned the Critics Choice award at the Edinburgh Festival. She is currently a Woodrow Wilson Fellow in playwriting. Mueller is editor of Elvis Monologues (1997) and Baseball Monologues (1996), both published by Heinemann.

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