35 Best Stage Monologues for Women offers the actress contemporary audition monologues from plays for theater and film projects.
35 Best Stage Monologues for Women
Cher simply wants to feel wanted and attractive again and as of late does not feel as beautiful as she believes she once was.
TRUE BLUE BOY
Abilene is a mother who pleads with an old friend involved in the search and kill status of her son.
TREAT ME NICE
Corinne takes care of her ailing mother despite how mean she is to her all the time, however, there may be a window of light that brings mother/daughter together.
HOLDING ON TO TIME
Patricia wishes she was closer to her father but he spends all his time working and now with her mother gone, her need to be close to her father has only grown stronger.
NO HARM IN ASKING
Luzzy talks about what it was like having a mentally ill father as a parent.
LAST DAY OF JUNE
June has just attempted to end her own life and she explains to her neighbor what exactly had happened.
SMILE PRETTY, ALICE
Anita corners her neighbor by calling her out on the fact that she knows she is cheating on her husband.
Landia needs to let the robot she hired to replace her deceased boyfriend go because she is ready to move on in her life.
TO THE LAKE
Barb recounts the vivid story of how she clearly remembers being a crocodile in her past life.
Sheila is weeks away from tying the knot but her father visits her and causes a major ruckus.
ANOTHER BIT OF LIGHT
Lisa has always wanted to have children but due to financial struggle has always been forced to wait…maybe her waiting days are finally over.
Cherry tells her boyfriend to say his final goodbyes to her son because she does not see a future with him and is ending things.
MADMAN IN SEARCH OF AN ISLAND
Henrietta is fed up with her husband always putting his work before her own happiness and this time she isn’t budging in her stance.
IN THE HOUR OF RAIN
It’s confession time for Alanna who begins to admit why she drinks and what she’s running away from.
EMBERS THAT REMAIN
Dallas is getting tossed out of the business she started because she isn’t willing to pay the increase in rent to maintain he livelihood.
SACK OF FEATHERS
Jackie confronts her daughter about how hard she works and how she wishes her daughter would learn to do the same.
Cindy is absolutely torn to pieces over the death of her father and uses the story of a cigar as an analogy to what she truly feels.
Lenora gets worked up after her boyfriend Harris seems to take an interest in a younger woman.
Rita talks to her friend about how she is never willing to share what she’s really feeling with anyone in various situations because she believes being vulnerable is a sign of weakness.
CRACK IN THE CHIMNEY
Adrianna does her best to control her emotions while trying to be pleasant to her son.
Rita has to close down her theater due to the fact that there never seems to be an audience in attendance.
Dierdre is blown away by the fact that what she believed was deep love has turned out to be nothing more than falsity.
THE OTHER HALF OF MADELINE
Madeline shares the old painful truth of what really happened to her son’s sister.
WAITING IN THE WINGS
Wendy has murdered her boss and with the help of her bouncer friend, clean up the mess.
WHEN THE COOKING IS DONE
Marza went to see a play at the theater by herself which has provided her with a life changing alteration.
Ola has been trapped and contained inside a room for quite some time. She has been alone until James comes along.
BENEATH THE SURFACE
A poor family (mother/daughter) try to make the best of their environment despite all odds against them.
HOLE IN THE OCEAN
Harley shares with her mother how she feels like she doesn’t wish to live out the rest of her life anymore.
Nora is a distraught a pained mother who blames herself for the terrible accident her daughter suffered.
Onya tells her caretaker that she will one day lover her and treat her kind in this surrealistic drama.
While visiting her mother Tiffany discovers that her brother stops over for yet another handout.
Lula talks to her sister about how she can’t ever seem to get a handle on her life.
Betsy talks to her associate about whether or not her nephew Willard should be sent off for good or not.
Dana continually tries to come to terms with the ‘removal’ of the people she consider law abiding from her town.
GAP IN THE SHELF
Mother is as strict as they come and when her son removes a book from the family library and doesn’t put it back, she isn’t too happy.
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