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  Unmarried To Barry

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

2 pages

By Dennis Bush


From laughter, to giggling, to crying, Sheila, a bride, tells how she left her future husband standing at the altar because of his name. (comedy)

  Day The Church Picnic.

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

7 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


A young lawyer has come to try to spring his/her client from the county jail. The client is a prim and proper older woman who has been charged with assault, malicious wounding, destruction of property, and even resisting arrest! And all at the church picnic!

  A Lot Of Hooey

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

2 pages

By Dennis Bush


Helen is an older woman, clearly well-bred and wealthy. She recalls when women only had their name in the newspaper for their wedding or obituary - a bunch of hooey! She's gonna change that. She's dedicating all her money to improve coverage of women in the media! (drama)

  Day The Circus Tigers.

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

2 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


Two tigers are in their cages backstage at the circus. The ANGRY TIGER is pacing nervously back and forth; the LAZY TIGER is taking things easy. The Angry Tiger is frustrated how he will have to jump through a hoop and balance on a ball. The Lazy Tiger reminds him he'll at least get a treat. The Angry Tiger decides it's time to get his own "treat."

  Four-Leaf Clover, The

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

3 pages

by Dwayne Yancey


A young couple is sitting on a blanket having a picnic. The woman spots a four-leaf clover. She's excited. He is not.

  Microwave! In the Cafeteria

Comedy by Bradley Walton

24 pages

18 roles any gender. Doubling possible.


It appeared without warning on a Monday, its origins shrouded in mystery. A week later, it had vanished without a trace. But across the days between, it changed cafeteria life in ways that no one could have imagined. It was a microwave oven, so ancient and decrepit that some believed it to have come from an Egyptian pyramid. Now, in a series of hilarious monologues suitable for stage or online presentation by a gender-flexible cast of 1 to 18 performers …its story will finally be told.

  To Prom Or Not To Prom?

i-Monologue by Wade Bradford

2 pages

By Wade Bradford


From a new play, "Promedy" by Wade Bradford, this monologue is delivered by the normally bookish Beatrix Holiday, the 17-year old president of the student body. After her "ex-friend" deviously cancels the prom, Beatrix decides to find a way to bring back the end-of-the-year dance. In this monologue, Beatrix explains to her fellow student why prom means so much to her.

  You're Making A Scene!

Comedy Drama by Bryan Starchman

89 pages

Resource Book


This dynamic collection of 25 stand-alone scenes and monologues is a perfect resource for classroom, competition, or stage. The diverse material was carefully selected from playwright Bryan Starchman’s most popular shows. From playful monologues, such as “The Lunch Lady Cometh," to the more profound “And I Did Nothing,” this book provides material relevant to teenagers. Scenes include options for two to five, mostly gender-flexible actors, and use minimal sets and costumes. All of the scenes have been deftly edited so that it is not necessary to be familiar w...

  Efficiency Expert, The

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

6 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


E-mail means better communication: it's more efficient than long-winded meetings, less effort than formal business letters, and much faster than laying telephone tag. But not always! This poor office worker finds tips from an e-mail efficiency expert really equals more errors!

  Electric Preacher

i-Monologue by Daniel S Kehde

9 pages

By Dan Kehde


A young man talks about his good friend Bucky who tried to become a "healer" as well as a preacher at tent revivals. After considerable practice, Bucky learns a trick involving a few wires to get a spark of reaction. Trouble is, one night Bucky steps into a puddle of water and gets a shocking reaction himself!

  Father, I Cannot Tell A Lie

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

3 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


The question, "Who chopped down the cherry tree," is answered by George Washington as well as several other former presidents and even a few well-known entertainers of today!

  First Impressions Can Be...

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

3 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


A SPACE ALIEN with green skin has landed near a beach on earth. Now he or she radios to the mother ship to report his or her findings that these primitive people lather themselves with some kind of cooking oil, then proceed to bake themselves alive!

  Front Page News

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

3 pages

By Dennis Bush


Fletcher made front page news when the cops dragged him out of his home in handcuffs. But Fletcher didn't do it. No matter how many times he said so, the police didn't believe him, until the DNA test results came back. He was innocent and was released. That newspaper article, though, was hidden, way back on page 37. So don't judge Fletcher until you know him, and know his real story. (drama)

  Game Day Decisions

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

6 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


Stan and Tony are rooting for the Jets while John, who's just arrived, starts rooting for the Steelers. When they ask him why, he says he never roots for "Northern" teams. As the guys question him further, John reveals his complicated method of determining which team to support. It seems totally illogical until Trisha enters and starts rabidly rooting for one of the teams for her own reasons.

  Hip-Hop Quandary

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

4 pages

By Dennis Bush


A successful businessman in his 30s, Elliot describes his new girlfriend Kim, a hipper, edgier younger woman into underground rappers. Being with her, he explains, is like traveling in a foreign country where the language and customs can be strange. But after all, life is an adventure. (drama)