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Monologues, Duets
100 Great Monologs
By: Rebecca Young
Excellent discussion starters: one, two, or three monolog players express their own viewpoints on a topic.

101 Monologues for Middle School Actors
By: Rebecca Young
Including duologues and triologues

102 Great Monologues
By: Rebecca Young
A versatile collection of monologues and duologues for student actors

102 Monologues for Middle School Actors
By: Rebecca Young
Including comedy and dramatic monologues

103 Monologues for Middle School Actors
By: Rebecca Young
More winning comedy and dramatic characterizations

50 Great Monologs for Student Actors
By: Bill Majeski
A workbook of comedy characterizations for students.

50/50 Monologues for Student Actors
By: Mary Depner
100 monologues for guys and girls

50/50 Monologues for Student Actors II
By: Mary Depner
100 more monologues for guys and girls

62 Comedy Duet Scenes for Teens
By: Laurie Allen
More real-life situations for laughter

Acting Natural
By: Peg Kehret
A book of monologs, dialogs, and playlets for teens.

Acting Scenes and Monologs for Young Women
By: Maya Levy
Not just another book of scenes, but a wide variety of topics and situations fine-tuned to recreate the day-to-day experiences of young women.

Audition Monologs for Student Actors
Edited By Roger Ellis
Selections from contemporary plays

Audition Monologs for Student Actors II
Edited By Roger Ellis
Selections from contemporary plays

Audition Monologues for Young Women
Edited By Gerald Lee Ratliff
Contemporary audition pieces for aspiring actresses

Audition Monologues for Young Women #2
Edited By Gerald Lee Ratliff
More contemporary auditions for aspiring actresses

Doubletalk
By: Bill Majeski
50 comedy duets for actors.

Encore! More Winning Monologs for Young Actors
By: Peg Kehret
63 more honest-to-life monologs for teens.

Famous Fantasy Character Monologs
By: Rebecca Young
One hundred fantasy monologs reveal what characters like Cinderella and Captain Hook might really say if given the chance.

Fifty More Professional Scenes and Monologs for Student Actors
By: Garry Michael Kluger
A collection of short one- and two-person scenes

The Flip Side
By: Heather H. Henderson
Short, breezy, provocative -- these monologs are superb for acting exercises, speech and drama contests, or for auditions.

The Flip Side II
By: Heather H. Henderson
A new collection of tough and timely monolog pairs with opposing views on many topics.

Fractured Fairy Tales for Student Actors
By: Jan Peterson Ewen
A collection of contemporary fairy tale scenes

Funny Business
By: Marsh Cassady
An introduction to comedy with royalty-free plays and sketches.

Get in the Act!
By: Shirley Ullom
Monologs, dialogs, and skits for teens.

Hey, Girlfriend
By: Kimberly A. McCormick
Seventy-five monologues for girls

Just Me
By: Phyllis C. Johnson
100 monologues for teens

Millennium Monologs
Edited By Gerald Lee Ratliff
95 contemporary characterizations for young actors.

More Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays
Edited By Roger Ellis
An anthology of new dramatic writing from professionally produced plays.

More Scenes That Happen
By: Mary Krell-Oishi
The drama of the teen years is played out in these thirty-four scenes and monologs for young actors.

Multicultural Theatre
Edited By Roger Ellis
Scenes and monologs from new Hispanic, Asian, and African-American plays.

Outstanding Stage Monologs and Scenes from the '90s
Edited By Steven H. Gale
A collection of forty selections from some of the most important contemporary plays and playwrights of the 1990's.

Perspectives
By: Mary Krell-Oishi
This book of twenty-three scenes deals with challenging subject matter in five categories of subjects.

Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays
Edited By Roger Ellis
42 selections from 38 of the best new plays.

Scenes Keep Happening
By: Mary Krell-Oishi
48 true-to-life scenes for guys, girls, and mixed casts with themes ranging from bullying and self-esteem to dating and sports.

Scenes That Happen
By: Mary Krell-Oishi
Snapshot dramatizations about life in high school.

Sixty Comedy Duet Scenes for Teens
By: Laurie Allen
Real-life situations for laughter

Sketch-O-Frenia
By: John Dessler
Think: ants, fish, and other unlikely creatures satirizing everything we consider normal and acceptable.

Spotlight
By: Stephanie Fairbanks
Fifty-five fresh, insightful monologs for teens.

Teens Have Feelings, Too!
By: Deborah Karczewski
100 monologs for young performers.

Tell It Like It Is
By: Peg Kehret
A thought-provoking new collection of monologs by best-selling author Peg Kehret.

Ten Women's Monologues from Shakespeare
Compiled and Edited by Michael Wilson
Women's monologues from Shakespeare

The Theatre Audition Book 2
By: Gerald Lee Ratliff
Playing monologues from contemporary, modern, period, Shakespearean and classical plays

Tight Spots
By: Diana M. Howie
What makes this book different is that the characters in most of the monologs are speaking to another character; this brings an imaginary friend onstage with the actor to make performances "scare-free

Tough Acts to Follow
By: Shirley Ullom
Death, divorce, dating, and dieting -- monologs for performers of all types.

Two-Character Plays for Student Actors
By: Robert Mauro
A collection of fifteen one-act plays.

Two for Two
By: Kirk Buis
Six two-minute, two-character skits

Two-Minute Monologs
By: Glenn Alterman
A new collection of character monologs from an established New York City playwright known for his uniquely original dramatic work.

The Way I See It
By: Kimberly A. McCormick
Fifty values-oriented monologs for teens.

Winning Monologs for Young Actors
By: Peg Kehret
Honest-to-life characterizations in sixty-five monologs.

Young Women's Monologs from Contemporary Plays
Edited By Gerald Lee Ratliff
A valuable resource for any auditioning female actor or theatre student with over ninety monologs to choose from.

Young Women's Monologues from Contemporary Plays #2
Edited By Gerald Lee Ratliff

More professional auditions for aspiring actresses