15 Best Comedy Monologues for TV, Film, Theater Auditions offer funny, hilarious, outrageous, hysterical, amusing, laughable monologues.
15 Best Comedy Monologues for TV, Film, Theater Auditions
HOW WAS YOUR DAY DARLING FACE?
After Beverly narrowly survived a car accident when her car decided to die and escaped getting eaten by an angry bear thereafter, she expresses her frustration.
OVER THE MOON
Lucia doesn’t understand why her first date is going so exceptionally well, but when she finds out the cause, it somehow makes sense to her.
AN ALIEN KEEPS STEALING MY BEER
Each day Noel goes into his refrigerator to grab himself a beer, only to find out that his beers go missing, all on account of an alien who keeps robbing them.
FUNGUS AMONG US
When you don’t clean as much as maybe you perhaps should, sometimes you become Frankenstein and create a monster.
Wilma is on mental autopilot and really hasn’t had any new or original thoughts for quite some time.
FISHIN’ FOR MISERY
Max is maxed out when it comes to trying to get any film project off the ground to follow his dreams of being a filmmaker.
Meagan has been not so patiently waiting for a guy to call her after meeting him days ago in a club.
Zara is a goodhearted friend who always goes the extra mile, but taking on the responsibility of watching her friend’s puppy Oscar, has taken things to a whole new level.
Willis is somewhat in quiet shock after seeing two birds on two different days slam into a building.
Maggie is a clothing store sales representative who always makes sure her customers are completely satisfied with their purchase.
Derek is never the tallest person in the room, but that doesn’t stop him from believing his height is a non-factor for his clothing choices.
THERE HE IS
Everyday Pete shows up to work trying to dodge his co-worker because his co-worker doesn’t understand the meaning of ‘space’.
LOST IN THOUGHT
Weird shizz starts to happen when Edna spies on her neighbors odd behavior.
ACROSS THE FACE
Bobby has never gone to the theatre, but after lending his brother-in-law money to put up a show and attending rehearsals, he believes he knows what needs to be done.
THE LAST M&M SAMURAI
Dan loves m&m’s, so much so that he developed his own philosophy of always letting the final m&m in the bag go free.