Great Monologues for Young Actors, Volume 2
Craig Slaight, Jack F. Sharrar
Smith and Kraus, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 162 pages
Following their award-winning first collection of Great Monologues for Young Actors, "New York Library Books for the Teen Age 1995" ), Slaight and Sharrar return with over 100 monologues from major contemporary plays as well as significant classics. This volume includes monologues from: "Angels in America, Arcadia, One Flea Spare, The Kentucky Cycle, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Hekabe, and Medea."
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