What are some good monologues for an agency audition? MB has put together 27 useful monologues based on agent responses and audition feedback.
27 Useful Monologues for Your Next Agency Audition
For Women – drama
- Attention – Michelle confronts her sister over how often she stirs up drama within their family.
- Coffee Table – Melanie is in a psycho ward receiving treatment for hearing voices and seeing people that aren’t really there…but are they?
- Soil, Air, Sky – Janet is in love but feels forced when told her fiancé wants to move away from everything she’s ever dreamed.
- Spirit Forward – Dasana talks to her boyfriend to raise his spirits up for his passions.
- Two Shades Away – Melanie is stuck inside an identity crises and in this monologues talks about what she’s been experiencing.
- Since Childhood – Zoe tells her best friend Ricky that they need to end their friendship because she is secretly in love with him.
- Smile Pretty, Alice – Anita confronts her neighbor over the fact that she has been observing her cheating on her husband.
For Women – comedy
- Dog Anxiety – Zara regrets agreeing to watching her friend’s dog.
- Phone Calls – Meagan is so done with how men play ego games after first meeting.
- How Was Your Day Darling Face? – Beverly was asked how her day was and this comedic monologue is her ultimate response.
- Rather Be A Man – Kim talks to her friend about the daily aggravation she seems to receive from men’s one note pick up lines.
- Crazy Glue – It happened. Linda accidentally glued her face to her cheek…
- Just For Laughs – Jane shares a unique telling about the jokes she plays on her son.
- Hullabaloo – Maggie doesn’t know if her son should be sent to the academy.
For Men – drama
- Wasted Talent – Donnie has lost one of his closest friends and talks about the unique qualities he had.
- Dark Place – Jeffrey resides in an insane asylum for sticking a pair of scissors in a theatre director’s neck.
- Checking In – Rob finds his father after not seeing him for over fifteen years.
- Land of the Forgotten – George and Kim are two strangers that start a conversation that sheds light on life.
- Stay The Night – Wilkin is a private man and when his mistress starts poking him with questions about his life, his reaction isn’t expected.
- This Side of the Mississippi – Quinn works at his local diner dreaming of the day when he can become someone else.
- Shrinking Violet – Dabney and Harlotte discuss their son’s future.
For Men – comedy
- Medium – Derek does everything in his power to convince his girlfriend that he’s not 5 foot 9.
- Soap and Water – Spence is fed up with how dirty his friend comes across whenever they are going to nice places.
- There He Is – Pete tries to figure out how to get rid of his possessive co-worker Andrew.
- Across the Face – Bobby’s ego gets the best of him when he tries to overstep a director.
- Grace Period – Two friend share the events of a global pandemic in a tiny apartment in Brooklyn.
- Local Guy From The Neighborhood – Phil wants to take his neighbor’s daughter out.
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