Talk to Me: Monologue Plays
Eric Lane, Nina Shengold
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Jul 29, 2009 - Drama - 354 pages
In this one-of-a-kind collection of monologue plays, Eric Lane and Nina Shengold have gathered a breathtaking array of human voices and stories by master playwrights and emerging new writers. Each of the plays, ranging from one-acts and ten-minute plays to full-length works, creates a rich and specific world. In these pages, readers will meet a dazzling group of dramatic and comic characters: an actress chasing a role as a prison guard on a soap opera, an Indian waiter new to America, a lesbian performance artist taking her father to Auschwitz, a surfer dude trying to summarize the plot of Moby-Dick in under two minutes, and a Dutch librarian hunting down a book that's 123 years overdue. Because each selection is a complete monologue, Talk to Me is an unprecedented source for actors in search of material for auditions, classes, and performances, as well as a literary gold mine for anyone who loves drama.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Talk to me: monologue playsUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Someone is always looking for a monolog in a library. Smith & Kraus has gone a long way toward sating that desire with its "Annual Best Monologues" series for men and for women; the latest volumes ... Read full review
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