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Just Me: 100 Monologues for Teens
     

Just Me: 100 Monologues for Teens

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by Phyllis C. Johnson
 
This new and unique collection of contemporary monologues covers a wide range of teenage experience. With 50 monologues for girls and 50 for guys, almost every possible comedic and/or dramatic situation is brought to life with characters who speak as teenagers today. With so many humorous, quirky characters and themes of self-awareness from which to choose, there's a

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This new and unique collection of contemporary monologues covers a wide range of teenage experience. With 50 monologues for girls and 50 for guys, almost every possible comedic and/or dramatic situation is brought to life with characters who speak as teenagers today. With so many humorous, quirky characters and themes of self-awareness from which to choose, there's a perfect monologue for everyone of middle school and high school age. Monologues include: “I Want a Job,” “The Piano Recital,” “High Fiber,” “The Goth,” “Jagged Jasmine,” “The Tattoo Artist,” “I Want a Prom Date,” “The Family Reunion,” “About Race” plus 91 more. These monologues may be used for auditions, class assignments or discussion starters. A valuable resource for every theatre library.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781566081900
Publisher:
Meriwether Publishing, Limited
Publication date:
03/28/2013
Pages:
119
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Phyllis Johnson is an author, photojournalist, professional artist, and sometimes actress living in eastern Virginia. Her roles have included parts in New Detectives, FBI Files, Diagnosis Unknown, Psychic Investigator, Discovery Channel's movie of the week and an independent film, Sweet Good Fortune. Admittedly, the strangest experience acting was a role on 6/6/06 (666) in Psychic Investigator — the “Possessed Investigator” episode about a possessed woman. The set was a makeshift church, and there was a thunderstorm underway. It was a truly surreal night for her. Phyllis has also written for and performed at the Smithfield Little Theatre in Smithfield, Virginia in their annual One Acts Festival.

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Just Me: 100 Monologues for Teens 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
turtle-teacher More than 1 year ago
Finally, someone has put together a (witty) collection of the daily ruminations that run through our subconscious. Johnson's whimsical humor and insightful nature sometimes leaves you with a childish grin or raised eyebrow, but always with a warmer heart.