The Ultimate Monologue Book for Middle School Actors: 111 One-Minute Monologues by Kristen Dabrowski, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
The Ultimate Monologue Book for Middle School Actors: 111 One-Minute Monologues

The Ultimate Monologue Book for Middle School Actors: 111 One-Minute Monologues

by Kristen Dabrowski
     
 
Middle School could not be more dramatic: everything is both highly serious and seriously funny at the same time. This is the perfect time to showcase your acting skills. But where can you find juicy monologues? This is the guide for middle school actors. Nothing is held back. All the clean-your-room, give-me-your-lunch-money, take-a-shower-already,

Overview

Middle School could not be more dramatic: everything is both highly serious and seriously funny at the same time. This is the perfect time to showcase your acting skills. But where can you find juicy monologues? This is the guide for middle school actors. Nothing is held back. All the clean-your-room, give-me-your-lunch-money, take-a-shower-already, buy-me-some-lip-gloss, he-does-not-like-me, you-puked-on-my-math-book incidents are in here. Plus a whole lot of other stuff you wish would happen. Get ready for stage and screen!

These monologues have range and are active and immediate. They are perfect for auditions.

Author Bio: Kristen Dabrowski is an actress, writer, acting teacher, and director residing in New York City. She received her MFA in Performance from The Oxford School of Drama in Oxford, England. Kristen was once quiet and shy before discovering her inner diva through acting.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781575253466
Publisher:
Smith & Kraus, Inc.
Publication date:
01/28/2003
Series:
The Ultimate Audition Book for Middle School Actors Ser.
Pages:
116
Sales rank:
1,099,050
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.45(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

Read an Excerpt

Sample Monologue The Player
Derek, seriocomic
I'm sorry.
I am.
I shouldn't have said it.
It was thoughtless.
It was stupid?
I'm sorry forever?
Listen, I don't know why I did it.
I don't.
I was just trying to...I don't know.
I didn't think you'd want other people talking about us.
I guess I could have said it differently.
I could have said, "No, we're not together."
Would that have been OK?
Clearly, calling you, what I called you, wasn't necessary.
I could have just said it without calling you...what I called you.
So, how about I just don't say it anymore?
And...I'll tell them I didn't mean it.
That I think you're nice.
And pretty.
And...that we're...that I like you.
How about that?
Huh?
Can we make out now?

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