Are you a drama teacher or acting coach looking for comedy/drama monologues for drama lesson plans? What about teen/kid acting games and drama exercises?
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- 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
Drama Teacher Lessons: Workshop Free Student Monologues
The list included in this post contains our free original monologue material. As mentioned previously, we have thousands but to get started, we’ve compiled a reasonably sized list to give you an idea of the sort of comedy/drama monologues we hold within our site for your students.
- Light, Somewhere – Helena is being led to become an actress in her life from her parents and cannot bring herself to tell them that it isn’t what she wants to do with her life.
- I Thought We Were Best Friends – Lena realizes that her friend seems to be distancing herself from her and she finally faces the truth and tries talking about the situation to salvage her friendship.
- Every Which Way – Susanna has realized that her good friend and her no longer have the same interests and are two completely different people. In this monologue she lets her friend know that they should stop being friends.
- Dumber Than You Are – Sedra approaches her cousin about her constant need to create drama in the family. In this monologue, she gives her a piece of her mind and tries to make things improve.
- Under Your Spell – Hendrick thinks that a bit of voodoo has been placed on his dating skills because he can’t seem to get any girl interested in him.
- We Will Cross That Bridge When We Get To It – Andy has been feeling pressured to become exclusive from the girl he’s been dating. The only problem is that he is actually losing interest in the relationship.
- Pretty Enough – Tracy talks to Carol about how she can change her way of thinking in order to feel more accepted to herself as a pretty human being.
- Mind Trick – this monologue explores the dark side of a mind.
- Against The Negativity – Jess reveals some truths about the neighborhood she comes from and her challenges to go after having a better life.
- Not Making It Anymore – Jack is tired of the back and forth arguing he and his girlfriend of three years have been undergoing. He feels he is too young to be in such a serious commitment and in this monologues discusses breaking up.
- One Thing – Brianna is so upset about having to fend off guys at school who always seem to be interested in one thing rather than who she is a person.
- Force of Reason – Franz struggle with the notion of whether or not God really does exist.
- The Quicker I’m Done, The Faster I Run – A young DJ confesses to his Guidance Counselor that the only reason why he is finishing school is for his beloved Grandmother.
- Agree To Disagree – Harpa believes in honest friendships and lately one particular friend hasn’t been adding up.
- Fog World – Sabrina is so done with watching her brother live his life like a lazy person. In this monologue she tells him off with the hopes of snapping him out of his fog.
- In Your Way – Teddy shares the hurt he feels with his brother about always feeling unimportant and treated like trash.
- One Step Closer – Natalie wants to be a good athlete and what’s even more pressing for her is that she truly wishes to be treated with the same resect as the other guys who play the same sport on the same team.
- Walk Before You Run – Justin wants his brother to slow his roll when it comes to dating girls as a protective instinct so his brother stays out of harms way.
- Bubble World – Jasmine argues with her cousin over the fact that she always seems so wrapped up in her own self-importance. In this monologue she holds her ground in order to hopefully reach her cousin to be more out of her own head.
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