Here’s Monologue Blogger’s list of 1 minute teen monologues for girls and guys. We’ve shared 15 effective short monologues for your auditions. You will find both comedy and drama around 60 seconds long each.
1 Minute Monologues for Teens
- Not Feeling You – a kiss Cassandra can’t remember and an explanation not to take things further.
- Starting Fires – Jan talks to his sister about learning how to have emotional restraint.
- Just So You Know – sisters who don’t get along.
- Please Forgive Me – Jesse tries to make things right for treating his girl like trash.
- Attention – one sister has had enough of the family drama the other sister causes.
- Girl I Want – Clarence seeks advice from his cousin about a girl situation he’s in.
- Sponge – sometimes couples need space.
- Heavy Cough – Emilia tries to convince her mother that she is not well.
- Walk In The Sun – a vampire boyfriend has a difficult time turning the girl he loves into one as well.
- Say Something – Sala wants to step in to try and save her friend from drugs.
- My Side of Things – the stubbornness between siblings.
- Final Exam – a popular guy at school tries to let go of ego and ask a geek for help with school work.
- Old Enough To Work – Martin complains to his mother about how they never have enough food in their home.
- Anything Sweet Stays – Carolina tells her friend how she never feels like she’s ever in good shape despite her efforts.
- Unkind World – Polly confronts her family about wanting to be treated as an adult.
- Don’t miss out on our 52 Effective Short Monologues for Teens and Kids which has plenty more 1 minute monos.
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MB also has a script section if you are interested in scene study for acting classes, YouTube video upload for your channel or general practice.
The scripts you will find are in both play and screenplay format and are usually 2 or more characters. There’s comedic/dramatic/serio-comedic and other genres that you may like.
Most of the scenes take place in one location which is helpful for both stage or video projects.
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