Monologues Available from Jason D. The following monologues are available - free - for any who wish to use them in a competition or audition setting. Click on the character name to see the monologue.
That said, there are works out there that lend themselves to this very thing. Below are some of my favorite plays for teens and young adults. I suggest you read all them in their entirety as you should with all audition material!
May I recommend that they be from a play and NOT a movie? The problem with monologues from films is that they are already fixed in a definitive form, and one can never quite get away from that. On the other hand, play monologues were created with plenty of room for interpretation, both by their nature and because there is no one version out there to which we all have access.
For many performers, much of that pre-audition anxiety comes in the form of choosing a well-suited monologue. Just like every actress, every monologue brings something new to the table — especially when it comes to comedy! Cause I wanted to be a Rockette.
Welcome to the one of the largest collections of teen and youth monologues on the internet, available for free use in auditions and classroom work and all from plays published by YouthPLAYS. Browse dozens of monologues, sortable by genre drama, comedy, dramedy and gender. Please read the instructions carefully : These monologues are free for classroom and audition use.
Before you head over to our handy search pagehere is a selection of highlights that caught the eye of Michael, our resident monologue expert, which give a great overview of what you can expect to find as you search through our growing catalogue. At night is when I use my gift. I fly high above all those broken, trudging men.
These monologues are available in a dyslexic-friendly font on request - just email me! All Rights Reserved. Tweets by jollyarthur.
If you're looking for good teen monologuesyou're in the right place. Below, you'll find some dramatic pieces, and some comedic. Clicking a link will take you to a PDF version of the monologue.
Many play directors require actors to audition not merely with any memorized monologue, but with a monologue that is specifically from a published play. Most actors search and search to find a monologue that is age-appropriate for them and is not one that is used so repeatedly that directors have grown tired of hearing it. Each one is short in length—some as short as 45 seconds; some a bit longer.