10 Practice Scripts for Actors

10 Practice Scripts for Actors may be used for auditions, workshops, demo reel videos or scene work in drama class.

Many times actors will struggle with finding contemporary published plays they can use for acting class or auditions.  Not necessarily because there aren’t brilliant writers out there (past and present), but because some works tend to get overdone at times.

10 Practice Scripts for Actors

When things seem to feel overdone, a drama teacher or casting director may suggest you find something different.

Monologue Blogger specializes in creating original scripts for actors in need of something different.  An open resource packed with thousands of monologues and scenes all extracted from our very own published plays.

We know what it’s like to feel like you can never find anything you connect with.  We provide for you a huge archive of scripted scenes you can search through.

The scripts selected here are scenes from plays covering some of the following subjects:  abandonment, love, first dates, claustrophobia, partying, racism and identity.

We hope you find something you love.

“AT LEAST I WON’T DIE ALONE” from Don’t Leave Me Without Muffin (drama)
Ginger aims to runaway from home during the middle of the night, but her mother Diane catches her.

“HOW DID YOU FIND ME?” from Checking In (drama)
Locating his father after not seeing him for over fifteen years, Rob confronts him with questions he demands to understand.

“YOU HAVEN’T CHANGED ONE BIT” from Scratching the Surface (drama)
After years of not seeing one another Ouzo visits his ex-girlfriend Ellen’s art gallery.

“WHAT DO YOU DO FOR A LIVING?” from Over the Moon (romantic comedy)
Lucia and Arnold are on their first date and everything is going amazing but then things get strange when Arnold admits to Lucia that he’s from another time period in history.

“I’LL MEET YOU HALFWAY” from Henry’s Done Enough (comedy)
Dono doesn’t want to see Vance’s creepy gargoyle statues all over their apartment.

10 Practice Scenes for Actors

“WE’VE TRIED EVERYTHING HAVEN’T WE?” from A Shade or Two Darker (drama/period drama)
A great divide has taken place between Lion and his parents over the color of his skin, money and his chosen career path.

“I GAVE YOU WHAT I PROMISED” from Night of the Party (dark Humor)
Ronon and Paggie ready themselves to attend another event they’ve been invited to but Ronon doesn’t want to go.

“HAVE YOU WRITTEN ANYTHING ELSE?” from Fishin’ for Misery (dark humor)
Max is a down on his luck indie filmmaker who is at the local dive bar with his friend trying to figure out a way forward in his life.

“I TOLD YOU TO LEAVE” from Even the Color Blue (drama/family drama) 
Johan arrives at his parent’s home to visit them and come out for the first time but learns that his father is ill, stopping him in his tracks.

“YOU REALLY THINK WE GONNA MAKE IT TO FRANCE?” from Single Happy Moment (drama)
Priscilla and Doug are on the run for their life, trying to make it to France before it’s too late.

Monologues from Plays

Monologues From Plays

Monologue Blogger offers a wide range of monologues from plays. We invite you to have a look: Monologues from Plays

MB Team

Thank you for choosing Monologue Blogger! =)