Even The Color Blue

In Even The Color Blue, Johan confesses to his mother who he truly is and wishes to have her acceptance and support in telling his father.

JOHAN: I didn’t set out to be this way. I tried for so long to run away from myself. I’ve run all my life. Every damn day I’m haunted with the fact that I’m living a lie and I don’t want to hide anymore, I don’t want to hide from you, from dad…I don’t want to be this way but I have to be this way…there is no other way for me. I’ve tried everything else. This is me, Mom. I never wanted to hurt you or let you down or be less than the son you’ve always wanted. I know I’m probably not the son you’ve wanted and I’m sorry for that. I just want to be accepted for who I truly am, not for who everyone thinks I am. I just want you to know how I feel inside about this and how hard it’s been for me all these years…I’m not trying to hurt you and dad…I only want your acceptance.

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Even The Color BlueIn this one-act eplay, Johan is faced with the need to come out to his parents, but the problem is that his father is ill, which causes a terrible conflict with his mother.

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