Hidden Rage

In drama monologue, “Hidden Rage” Wesley talks to his wife about how he doesn’t approve of the person he has become in his life.

WESLEY: I recreated a few scenes from my life, from these past few years. Situations that…gave me pause to examine myself, my relation to everyone else, how I behave, communicate; I used my mind to become an extra person in the room and replayed events, things that were said, actions that were taken, in order to bear witness to my attitude, my disconnection from kindness to others, my self-absorbed demeanor…with co-workers, acquaintances, and you.

I’m afraid I’m not so sure I like the person I am, who I’ve become lately, and I have no way of changing how I feel about certain people, about life, about all these situations I’ve been put up against, forced to face, which confuses me and fills me up with rage, which in turn keeps me the way I am, but in my mind, I paint a new me, you see? A new me that I imagine being, but a human being that I don’t think I will ever have the patience or courage to live up to.

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Hidden Rage by Joseph ArnoneIn the one-act eplay, “Hidden Rage” Wesley talks to his wife about how he doesn’t like being the person that he is, but knows deep down that he doesn’t think he will ever change.  1 Woman, 1 Man. Drama.

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