Are you a teen actor looking for audition monologues? Monologue Blogger would like to share 17 Teen Monologues for Auditions.
You will find drama/comedy in our collection from 30 seconds, 1-2 minutes plus. Topics include family, friendship, high school, college, love, trust, work, health and food.
17 Teen Monologues for Auditions
SEE ME – female
Alina’s dream is to be an actress by getting into her first step into drama school.
CHECKING IN – male
Rob and his mother were abandoned many years ago by Rob’s father but now Rob’s mother is dead and he seeks out his father for answers.
ATTENTION – female
Michelle tries talking with her sister to make deep changes in order for their family to stay happy.
MAPLE ROAD – male
Jim struggles with his identity and is afraid to talk to his dad about it.
ONE-WAY CONVERSATION – female
Bella needs to have her mother be more aggressive in supporting her ambitions.
DARK SIDE OF MY MOON – male
Job is one of the most fierce competitor’s at school basketball and he talks to his brother about going too far.
AGREE TO DISAGREE – female
Harpa wants to see her friend be more honest with her.
DARK PLACE – male
Jeffrey gets a visit from a friend at the asylum he calls home.
POTATO HEAD – female
Ronda would like to see her cousin stop watching TV and instead make new life experiences.
WASTED TALENT – male
Donnie talks to an audience in this one-act play talking about the loss of his good friend.
TYPICAL TEEN – female
Shadira feel alone when it comes to any emotional or intellectual support for her figure skating.
MORE WAYS THAN ONE – male
Porterfield is offered a chance to redeem himself and change his ways when hi principal makes him an offer to become an angel.
JUST SO YOU KNOW – female
Sally wishes her older sister spend more time with her and treated her like a friend.
PLEASE FORGIVE ME – male
Jesse tries his hardest to treat his girlfriend right but he may not be capable of giving her what she wants.
MY SIDE OF THINGS – female
Clara calls her sister out on her nasty ways.
LICK MY WOUNDS – female
Crystal tells her boyfriend to break up with her because she doesn’t want to be with someone that doesn’t want to be with her.
MIND TRICK – male
Trying to escape your own negative thoughts isn’t always easy to achieve.
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