Rebecca North Younghas written five books of monologues for young actors. Regarding her inspiration for the 400+ monologues so far, she says, “I have three girls, it's all about comedy and tragedy. And a whole realm of emotions in between.” Friends and family (she won't dare say who), television, and just a plain old overactive imagination help Rebecca create a wide array of monologues to choose from. For many years, Rebecca wrote and directed drama for middle and high school students for her church. She co-founded a group called One Voice. It was a dream of hers to combine writing, acting and helping youth. Rebecca currently works in a totally "non-dramatic" profession as a technical trainer in Lexington, Kentucky. She has a BA in Communications/Marketing from the University of Kentucky. Ms. Young lives with her husband, three wonderful and dramatic daughters and a cat.
102 Great Monologues: A versatile collection of monologues and duologues for student Actorsby Rebecca Young
You loved her100 Great Monologuesso much that Rebecca Young has generated a new book of fresh monologues and duologues specifically written for teens of today. Keep in mind that duologues are not scenes for two people. Rather, they are a pair of monologues about the same subject from two different viewpoints. This book gives tribute to the many facets that make up the typical teenage life. All the emotional ups and downs have been captured in ways that both the actor and the audience can easily connect to. Each monologue is short and easy to memorize and perfect for auditions, competition, class presentations and more! Titles include “Teenage Vampire,” “Fender Bender,” “Tattoos are Forever,” “Where's the White Bread?” and many more!
- Meriwether Publishing, Limited
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- 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)
- Age Range:
- 8 - 12 Years
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