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  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

Resource by Linda Dumas

64 pages

Mime book


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

Resource Book


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.

  Multiplicity

Monologues by R. James Scott

60 pages

Resource Book


Looking at life not frontwards, not backwards, not sidewards, but slantwards, this collection of haunting and poetic monologues will have your actors deeply involved in character and committed to what is wanted the objective. Many of the characters they paint, from a presidential assassin to a human duck, are intriguing, quirky, and entertaining. There is a clear through-line of thought. These monologues run from 2 to 8 minutes in length and are ideal for community theatre auditions or for college classroom work.

  Mystery Plays on the Air

Skit by Alice Duckworth

20 pages

Resource Book


Turn down the lights in your classroom and let your actors raise some goosebumps as they read and create the sound effects for these radio plays. "The Pool" (5 characters) is about a hidden pond with enticingly deadly waters "The Mask" (4 characters) is about a tribal mask which has powers to change looks and "The Message" (7 characters) is about a fax machine which sends warningsby itself.

  Desperate for Magic

Resource by Chambers Stevens

29 pages

12 monologues


Here are 12 monologues which capture the gut feelings of teens, their longings, dreams and wishes as well as their frustrations of trying to reach for the stars. From Wendy, who'll do anything to look good as Duane's girlfriend, including vomiting the food she eats, to Michael, the class valedictorian whose inspiring words don't begin to tackle the problems new graduates face, we see the idealism of teens and their first look at reality. Some subjects include fame, drinking, shyness, and others. An excellent resource.