There will be times when your teacher or casting notice guidelines will want you to have a monologue taken from a published play. Here are 7 female monologues from published plays.
7 Female Monologues from Published Plays
In this one-act play, Rita talks to her friend about the problem she believes she has about communicating better with people. Read Monologue from Play
Shadows of My Mind
In this one-act play, Naomi opens up to her Aunt about a circle of depression she encounters in her life. Sometimes the person you least expect to form a bond with suddenly comes out of nowhere and brings about a new understanding about life and a deeper way of thinking about your own story. Read Monologue from Play
Cordelia and Sophia are the best of friends since childhood. Differences in attraction may come between their friendship in this one act play. Will they remain to be close friends or will they slowly drift apart? This short play sheds light on that question. Read Monologue from Play
In this one-act play, Linda feels at an all time low point in her life. Much of it has to do with her physical attributes and not feeling satisfied with her appearance. She meets a random stranger at a park and through conversation, her situation turns more positive. Read Monologue from Play
In this one-act play, Tiffany talks with her teacher to try and gain clarity on the stresses she has in her creative work. Through much inner battle, Tiffany tries to find the strength to hear what her teacher is saying. Is staying on her creative journey for the love of it really worth it in the end? Read Monologue from Play
Melanie sits in her room in the psycho ward facility, talking with Andrew about the possibility of hurting Nurse Stein, but all isn’t exactly as it seems in this one-act play. Read Monologue from Play
Two Shades Away
In this one-act play, Melanie has been doubting herself for far too long…her good friend Charla makes her realize the importance of following her dreams. Read Monologue from Play
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