Here’s 7 youth theatre monologues for acting teachers in need of assigning monologue play practice for drama students under 12 years of age.
Youth Theatre Monologues for Acting Teachers
FACES I KNOW – Pete talks to his horse Freedom about the difficulty he bares witness to in life.
WEIRD – Melvin talks about his own weirdness and curiosities.
CHASING JEREMY – Kimberly tells her Aunt that she thinks she’s in love.
PLAYING ONLINE CHESS – Toddley is upset over the fact that his sister keeps interrupting him from his chess study.
POSTERS – Charlene complains to her mother because her brother ruined her most favorite poster.
TELLING SECRETS – Sarah is let down from her friend who told the boy she likes at school she is crushing on him.
EVER SO GENTLY – Joshua consoles his wounded brother from the physical beating he took from their father.
Free Theatre Games for Teens and Kids
- Here are a few articles to get you started for drama exercises and acting games:
- 7 Theatre Games for Kids and Teens
- Drama Exercises to Develop Characters
- Acting Games and Exercises for Warm Ups
- 30 Comedy/Drama Monologues for Classroom Study
- Drama Lessons Any Drama Teacher Can Have Fun Teaching
If you need monologues from published plays we would like to direct you over to Free Monologues for Teenagers and Kids from Plays.