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Let It Speak To You: Original Monologues Two Minutes and Under for Men and Women
     

Let It Speak To You: Original Monologues Two Minutes and Under for Men and Women

by Jill Maddrell
 
"Let is Speak to You" is a book of monologues that are original, great, powerful and written all from the heart of the author. Nobody has heard these a million times. What makes it even better is that they are only two minutes and under so they are great for auditions. Make your mark with one of these monologues!

As an actor, it is so important to find

Overview

"Let is Speak to You" is a book of monologues that are original, great, powerful and written all from the heart of the author. Nobody has heard these a million times. What makes it even better is that they are only two minutes and under so they are great for auditions. Make your mark with one of these monologues!

As an actor, it is so important to find signature monologues that you really connect with. These monologues are written for both men and women, all ages, ethnicities,etc. There is no label on the human connection to fear, desperation, loneliness, joy, love, etc. Don't be a label on your own casting. Find what it is you want to say and let it speak to you. When it speaks to you, it will speak to us!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013826458
Publisher:
Jill Maddrell
Publication date:
12/09/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
469 KB

Meet the Author

Jill Maddrell is an actress and writer currently residing in Los Angeles. Being an actress herself, she understands both the craft and the business very well. After writing her own monologues for a period of time, she realized that she didn't want to stop there. Why just write monologues for herself? Why not write them for other people who need a voice?

So her journey began. The more and more she wrote, the more she realized that monologues are these hidden rants inside all of us. It is this thing that eats away at us every day that we are just dying to let out until that moment where something or somebody just makes us let it all go. That is why they are so powerful. Whether it is a moment of anger, a confession, or simply desperation, we (meaning the audience or the world if you’d like) are able to see and hear a character’s truth. That is why we connect. Because in this world, the truth is something we all feel but rarely say.

These monologues were all originally written by her. She invites everybody reading them to "let them speak to you".

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