13 Dramatic Monologues for All Ages. Topics include school pressure, affection, haunted past, responsibility, romance, hope and laziness.
13 Dramatic Monologues for All Ages
- Something Else Takes Over – Taliya talks to her friend about her battle with her temper with her loved ones.
- Treat me Nice – Corinne talks to her mother about how she is never good to her and wishes they were close.
- My Heart Drops But Comes Back Again – this is good for a man or woman and is about an inner conflict with your past and present self.
- I’m Not Who I Used To Be – Billy does his best to explain to his cousin that he never gave up on his dreams.
- This Means A Great Deal To Me – Haley is on vacation with her family and is having the worst time ever.
- Before I Give Out – Perla feels the pressure of college and isn’t sure if she can handle the pressure it all brings.
- The Waters At My Chin But I’m Still Breathing – Chuck talks to his buddy at a bar about how he stresses over taking care of his family.
- Traffic and a Flat Tire – Lervina is responsible for her friend’s party but the DJ is going to be VERY late to kick things off.
- My Current State of Existence – Journee is trying to heal herself from her past.
- Get Your Affairs In Order and Part Ways – Antonella doesn’t want her daughter dating a particular man and in this monologue she bribes him with money.
- Can Movie Romance Really Happen For Me? – Iris talks about how she doesn’t want to get married and have kids unless it’s truly special.
- My Own Little Lazy World – Hazel is living a hermit styled life and although she claims happiness, deep down she is unfulfilled.
- Eight Ways Out of Last Tuesday – Brenda wishes to get her lazy son off the couch and to work immediately.