Damn, That’s Sad Monologues contain topics on love, physical beauty, flashbacks, trickery, bravery, hustle, charm, defeat and scare tactics.
Damn, That’s Sad Monologues
MORE WAYS THAN ONE
Porterfield is brought into the principals office for fighting another boy in the cafeteria.
Dabney and his son Jacob are two different kinds of men and they argue over whether or not Jacob should find his own path or take over the family business.
Bella wishes she wasn’t forgotten all the time and explains to her mother how she feels non-existent.
Jessica and Brian are a young couple undergoing a traumatic experience together due to an apocalyptic crises.
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO LUELLA BEANS?
Rebecca and her daughter get to talking on a deeper level and truth gets spilt when Rebecca tells her daughter that she isn’t her real mother at all.
EVEN THE COLOR BLUE
Johan has hidden his true self from his family and now that he has worked up enough courage to come out, he gets stopped when learning that his father is dying.
COME WITH ME, BACK HOME
Daz runs the weekend routine of trying to get his drunken mother out of the bar in one piece.
NO HARM NO FOUL
Cuddy and Dean have lost their best friend and together discover new things about each other because of it.
Donnie talks about the loss of his best friend through flashback memories in this one-act play.
Tiffany has a good heart because she is always putting other people before herself.
Landia was engaged to be married when she lost her fiancé. To help her cope with her loss she hired an identical humanoid to continue living her life, but problems arise and guilt sets in.
Jeffrey tried to kill someone and resides in a mental asylum because of his actions.
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