Help finding a monologue

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Help finding a monologue

Postby rhubarb » Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:53 pm

I need a 90 sec monologue but am struggling to find anything I like which is acceptable for a young adult/teen female but not cheesy. I was thinking one where the character seems confident and in control, but actually they're not. I've had some ideas and would love to find something like this:

A character who commits small crime like petty theft or trespassing etc. for the thrill rather than just financial gain. Perhaps they're telling a friend how exciting it is but maybe there's a twist where they reveal they regret it. Does this sound familiar to anyone?

Interrogation e.g. "it wasn't me", money-related, winning the lottery, confrontational, kitchen sink style, working class, northern (optional)

It may be ridiculous to expect the ideas I have in my head to exist but it's worth a try. Open to other suggestions - must be a published monologue.


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Re: Help finding a monologue

Postby als17 » Thu Jun 28, 2018 2:59 pm

The Gut Girls (character Annie) is a good one, my DD won a place at East 15 with it. You will find it online

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