15 short plays with good monologues is a collection of ePlays for men and women. Topics include betrayal, honesty, desire, identity and illness.
15 Short Plays with Good Monologues
DARK PLACE – Jeffrey is an actor who stabbed his theatre director in the neck with a pair of scissors and now resides in a mental asylum.
DARLING FACE – Beverly is bored and lonely living far out in the woods away from civilization. In this monologue she talks to her husband about her day and her needs.
PROTECTIVE SHIELD – Rita has the most difficult time trusting people. She opens up to her best friend for the first time about her reluctancy to be vulnerable.
COFFEE TABLE – Melanie is a psycho ward patient and all is not what it seems.
AGREE TO DISAGREE – Harpa tells her friend that she would like their friendship to be more open and honest.
POTATO HEAD – Ronda talks with her cousin about getting out of the house more frequently and living their youth.
SHADOWS OF MY MIND – Naomi opens up to her Aunt about how she secretly suffers from depression.
THE BEAR – Tiffany cares too much about literally everyone and everything and its taking a toll on her well being.
TWO SHADES AWAY – Melanie is trying to come to terms with who she really wants to be in her life.
KILLING YOU – a killer toys with their latest victim.
BURDEN OF BEING TAKEN – Baker comes home from a war and talks to his parents about his experience.
NO COMPARISON – Cordelia is tired of how her friend gets wound up over guys talking to her when in fact she desires the complete opposite.
ONE THING – Brianna simply wants to be respected from any guy that is interested in her.
JUST SO YOU KNOW – Sally doesn’t want to deal with her dramatic sister any longer and in this piece she tries to get her sister to see her pain
BEAUTIFUL DAY – Linda talks to a complete stranger about how she wishes she was more beautiful.
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