Free Monologues

What makes a a good monologue? There are a few general characteristics that you should adhere to when choosing a monologue. First and foremost the monologue should be clear and concise. It should be less than a couple minutes long and just like a story it should have a clear beginning  middle and end. A monologue should not be an obscure piece of random dialogue pulled from a script. The human mind is great at remembering stories so choose a monologue that is going to make you stand out in the casting directors eyes. In the list of monologues I will include everything from monologues for kids to comedic monologues for adults. If there is a monologue that you think should be on the list feel free to submit it in the form of a comment and I will include it.

Free Monologues
Gilbert or Frank
by Terrence Mosley
A black man recalls being a victim of
racism.
The Glass Menagerie
by Tennessee Williams
A 20 year old feels confined by his life.
Like Dreaming, Backwards
by Kellie Powell
Two girls meet the night one of them commits suicide.
THE FORCED MARRIAGE
by Molière
Geronimo talks about the ridiculousness of getting married.
The Worker
by Walter Wykes
A man complains that he is being over worked

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