Monologues for Actors of Color: Men

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 161 pages
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A collection featuring a set of 45 monologues each for men and women, excerpted from contemporary plays and specially geared for actors of colour. Roberta Uno has carefully selected the monologues so that there is a wide-range of ethnicities included: African American, Native American, Latino and Asian American. Each monologue comes with an introduction on the characters and stage directions to set the scene for the actor.
 

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I am a 14 Year old Actor and 9 years of experience and this book is very good for me since im a young colored african american actor which is very hard to find a monolouge that would go with us and i like this book its so amazing for young black actors thank you for writing this book its very helpful. 

Contents

Preface VlIl
1
The Chickencoop Chinaman Frank Chin
15
Coyote City Daniel David Moses
29
Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing Tomson Highway 4345
43
Fires in the Mirror Anna Deavere Smith
59
for black boys who have considered
69
Hate Bernardo Solano
83
Ma Raineys Black Bottom August Wilson
101
Miriams Flowers MigdaliaCruz
117
The Talented Tenth Richard Wesley
131
Thulani Davis
147
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About the author (2000)

Roberta Uno is Assistant Professor of Theater at the University of Massachusetts and Artistic Director of New World Theater.