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  Important Things In My Life

Resource by Daniel S Kehde

50 pages

50 pages.


The thoughts, hopes, fears, dreams - the important things in the lives of teens - are explored honestly in this collection of 18 monologues. For humor, two of our favorites are "Studs," about trying to don a tux for the first time while running late for the prom, and "Bubbacar," about a teen's first car which is so ugly it should only be driven at night. We can all identify longing for Saturdays after tough school days in "Making It to the Weekend," or laugh at the frustration in "The Proper Way to Wear a School Uniform." In addition to those typical "teen problems," other issues, ones w...

  Improvisation...Guide

Resource by Rod Martin

68 pages

By Rod Martin


Participating in improvisation is fun...it has to be for students to be so enthusiastic about it. But what do they learn? They learn to have the power to create. They move from puppet to playwright they no longer mimic the words and ideas but find a language of their own they initiate and shape the ideas of their scene they create the characters, the comedy, the conflict. They are empowered they are set free to experiment with ideas and language and relationships. Here is a sequential structure of lesson plans for teaching acting through improvisation to students or adults, in a school sett...

  In My Dream

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

3 pages

By Dennis Bush


Estelle has been drinking - a lot - and trying to share the details of her dream with a girlfriend who really isn't listening. (drama)

  It Ain't A Lie, But.

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

3 pages

By Dennis Bush


Tiffany, a young mother with five children, says she thought the newspaper reporter was going to write about her sick child, to help educate others about the disease. Instead the reporter takes pictures and writes that Tiffany and the children live in public housing with a boyfriend. What's that got to do with it? And it's not even the whole story. (drama)

  Jenny's Christmas

i-Monologue by Daniel S Kehde

2 pages

By Dan Kehde


A teenage girl, perhaps now in a group home, reflects on family holidays from her childhood. It was a safe world of which she is no longer a part.

  Job Interview Techniques

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

7 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


Worried about how to interview for your first job? Relax! Here are the right - and wrong - ways to present yourself. Check out the difference between brutal honesty, shading the truth, and outright lies. And don't forget, while describing the job the employer may use these techniques, too!

  Life And Death, Laughter ...

Resource by Dennis Bush

32 pages

A collection of monologues 32 pages.


Step out of your comfort zone and take a creative risk with these 20 monologues. With a rich variety of strong characters, these short monologues were specifically written to challenge and inspire actors. Playwright Dennis Bush says many of them are based on remarks overheard at parties, in waiting rooms or while shopping. While each is titled after the speaker's name, most can be adapted to the opposite gender. Some subjects include losing a father to cancer, telling a boyfriend to take a hike forever, speaking to a sister on her wedding day, and knowing fame. All are realistic and thou...

  Locker Reaction

i-Monologue by Daniel S Kehde

3 pages

By Dan Kehde


When a friend tries to hold her back from seeing an ex-boyfriend, a teenage girl pushes her--hard--with serious consequences.

  Louder Than Words

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64 pages

64 pages.


Even the shiest student will enjoy acting in these mimes created by a teacher and test performed by students. All mimes give complete music suggestions. Act I contains over 20 mimes of varying cast sizes, a lip sync and a narrated mime, several solo mimes, and several group mimes. Act II contains 20 more advanced mimes, strobe light mimes, silhouette mimes, as well as several solo and group mimes.

  Make Peace, Not Doughnuts

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

2 pages

By Dennis Bush


Nimbus, a hippie from the late `60s, is telling his friends, fellow urban peace warriors, about the new woman in his life. Things are starting to look totally.groovy! (drama)

  Math Is A Killer

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

2 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


A student justifies his incomplete math homework - and fears! -- as he relates the fatal outcomes of some of the most famous mathematicians of Ancient Greece.

  Mel And Gloria

i-Monologue by Daniel S Kehde

2 pages

By Dan Kehde


What girl hasn't daydreamed of marriage, scribbling her possible, maybe, wanna-be future new name? Sigh! So romantic.until another guy steps into view!

  Mick Jagger Spoke.Truth

i-Monologue by Dennis Bush

3 pages

By Dennis Bush


Neil is an intense young man, yet not unnervingly so. He's gotten some great advice from his bedroom poster of Mick Jagger, such as quitting basketball and dropping a girlfriend. But lately, the poster has been silent. Neil wishes "Poster Mick" would say something, anything, to him. (drama)

  Middle School Awakenings

Resource by Deborah L. Jacobson

63 pages

Script: 64 pages.


The middle school years are a time of individuality, of finding out who you truly are inside. Here is a collection of 60 monologues where the characters talk, think, and feel like real-life pre- and early teens. The monologues, which each run from two to three minutes in performance time, highlight the most unpredictable, explosive and often humorous years of young adulthood, those middle school years. This collection is perfect for acting exercises, auditions, showcases, and variety shows.

  Mrs. Henderson's Retirement

i-Scene by Dwayne Lee Yancey

6 pages

By Dwayne Yancey


Mrs. Henderson, an older lady, approaches a friendly bank teller to make a withdrawal - not just of her small savings account money but all of the bank's money. You see, Mrs. Henderson has an unusual plan for getting secure retirement benefits.