18 contemporary monologues from published plays for actors, creatives, filmmakers and teachers. Our ePlays consist of short plays for student acting practice or actors who need monologues from a published play.
18 Monologues from Published Plays
UNDERWHELM – Wilma works in the mailroom and expresses her disdain to a co-worker with regards to her boring life.
SPIRIT FORWARD – Dasana encourages her boyfriend to continue following his passions despite himself.
MIND TRICK – this monologue/play focuses on coping with an abundance of strange thoughts that enter the mind.
PLEASE FORGIVE ME – Jesse wants to make up with his girlfriend after talking down to her.
TYPICAL TEEN – Shadira seeks comfort and support from her mother during a difficult time in her life.
SLY STATEMENTS – Melanie confronts her boyfriend about his condescending ways.
KILLING YOU – a serial killer may have a change of heart with his latest victim.
A SENSE OF BELONGING – trying to fit in at school is something that comes doubly hard for this young woman.
COFFEE TABLE – being a patient in a psycho ward brings about a confrontation between what is real and what doesn’t exist.
THE BEAR – never knowing if you are on the right life track.
POTATO HEAD – get out and have a good life experience.
I’M NOT DUMB – feeling less educated is difficult.
ATTENTION – Michelle confronts her sister about how she is always causing trouble in their family.
NO COMPARISON – Cordelia struggles with the reality that she is attracted to women, not men.
SHADOWS OF MY MIND – Naomi opens up to her favorite Aunt about the inner battles she suffers with depression.
PROTECTIVE SHIELD – Rita talks to her friend about how she is not sure she can trust people and be vulnerable ever again.
RATHER BE A MAN – a woman is fed up with catchphrases from men.
I CAN’T WIN – a mother wrestles with her daughter over the fact that she doesn’t like her boyfriend.
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