Audition Arsenal for Men in Their 30s: 101 Monologues by Type, 2 Minutes and under (Monologue Audition Series)

Audition Arsenal for Men in Their 30s: 101 Monologues by Type, 2 Minutes and under (Monologue Audition Series)

by Janet B. Milstein (Editor)
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Audition Arsenal for Men in Their 30s: 101 Monologues by Type, 2 Minutes and under (Monologue Audition Series) by Janet B. Milstein

Prepare your audition repertoire with the most innovative monologue series to date-Audition Arsenal!

Are you tired of buying monologue books only to discard half of the pieces because they are outside of your age range? Not anymore! The first four books in this breakthrough series are for:

Women in their 20s Men in their 20s
Women in their 30s Men in their 30s

That means 101 monologues per book, 2 minutes and under, that are all usable by you! And it gets even better.

The Audition Arsenal books are organized by type so you will have dynamic, memorable, contemporary monologues that demonstrate your ability to handle any role. Each type is defined by a specific personality trait, allowing you to showcase the qualities crucial to a particular character or role. In addition, choosing contrasting types is a great way to show your range in general auditions. The types are broken down by tone-comedic, dramatic, or seriocomic.
Searching is easy, accurate, and fun!

Here are the types you will find in this book:
Wacky/Quirky/Odd Awkward/Nervous/Uneasy
High-Strung/Neurotic/Stressed-Out Romantic/In Love
Angry/Fed Up Melodramatic
Vulnerable/Hurt/Exposed Joyful/Enthusiastic/Excited
Persuasive/Inspirational Troubled/Pained

The Audition Arsenal series is a priceless resource for acting teachers and coaches, and the perfect tool to prepare you to land your next role-no matter what it calls for. Monologues for your gender, in your age range, by type and tone- getting cast has never been this easy!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781575253992
Publisher: Smith & Kraus, Inc.
Publication date: 05/28/2005
Series: Monologue Audition Series
Pages: 137
Product dimensions: 10.52(w) x 4.12(h) x 0.28(d)

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION ix
TIPS FOR SELECTING AND PREPARING A MONOLOGUE xii

Wacky/Quirky/Odd
Men-Oh-Pause by Lauren D. Yee (comic)
4 Murders by Brett Neveu (seriocomic)
Billy and Dago by Charles Evered (comic)
Neverland by Jonathan Dorf (comic)
FYI by Barbara Lhota and Janet B. Milstein (comic)
Tapster by N. M. Brewka (comic)
Black Now Blue by Adam Simon (seriocomic)
Spare Somethin�? by Barbara Lhota and Janet B. Milstein (comic)
The Alien Hypothesis by William Borden (seriocomic)
The Wet Science by Benjamin Sahl (comic)
Johnny Flip�s Fate by Chris Howlett (seriocomic)

Intimidating/Tough/Dangerous
Out of Place by David Robson (dramatic)
Erin Go Bragh-less by John Shea (dramatic)
The Food Chain by Keith Huff (seriocomic)
A Few Small Repairs by David Robson (seriocomic)
Whatever Happened to Godot? by Jonathan Dorf (comic)
How to Draw Mystical Creatures by Ellen Margolis (dramatic)
The Testimony of Gary Alan Richards by Rohn Jay Miller (dramatic)
Untold Crimes of Insomniacs by Janet Allard (dramatic)
Hay by Cynthia Franks (dramatic)
In the Coop by Andrea Goyan (dramatic)

Joyful/Enthusiastic/Excited
Grunions by Barbara Lindsay (comic)
The Line Shack by Kevin M. Lottes (seriocomic)
4 Murders by Brett Neveu (seriocomic)
4 Murders by Brett Neveu (seriocomic)
If This Isn�t Love by Jonathan Bernstein (seriocomic)
Big Night by N. M. Brewka (dramatic)
Pitchin� Pennies at the Stars by Jeanette D. Farr (seriocomic)

Blunt/Direct
The Art of the Forecast by Dennis Schebetta (comic)
Bridewell by Charles Evered (comic)
Rights to Act by Dominic Taylor (dramatic)
The Great Hugo Barnes by Dennis Schebetta (seriocomic)
(a) Dream in an Airport by Adam Simon (comic)
The Moment of Truth from Crazyology by Frank Higgins (comic)
Pitchin� Pennies at the Stars by Jeanette D. Farr (comic)
Hurricane Iris by Justin Warner (seriocomic)
Finding Faith from Skin & Bone by Lisa Rosenthal (comic)
The Cost of Mathematics by L. Pontius (dramatic)
The Mushroom Treatment by Adam Simon (seriocomic)

Vulnerable/Hurt/Exposed
St. Colm�s Inch by Robert Koon (dramatic)
A Good Solid Home by Barbara Lhota and Janet B. Milstein (dramatic)
Last Love by Peter Papadopoulos (dramatic)
Last Love by Peter Papadopoulos (dramatic)
Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom by David Zellnik (dramatic)
Romance by Barbara Lhota (dramatic)
Whispers in the Wind by Melissa Gawlowski (dramatic)
Todd and Guy Go Camping by Barbara Lindsay (seriocomic)
Marvel by Joshua Scher (dramatic)
What He Can�t Tell You by Mark Loewenstern (dramatic)
Untold Crimes of Insomniacs by Janet Allard (seriocomic)

Angry/Fed Up
Castles on the Coast of North Carolina by John Michael Manship
(dramatic)
The Good King by John Shea (dramatic)
The Pyre by Terri Campion (dramatic)
Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith by Yussef El Guindi
(dramatic)
A Bad Week for Therapy by Barbara Lhota and Janet B. Milstein
(comic)
Management Orientation by Adam Simon (dramatic)
Management Orientation by Adam Simon (dramatic)
Traces by Charles Evered (dramatic)
If Only by Barbara Lhota and Janet B. Milstein (dramatic)
Moving Picture by Dan O�Brien (dramatic)

Persuasive/Inspirational
I-2195 by Barbara Lindsay (dramatic)
Aunt Raini by Tom Smith (dramatic)
Good News by Joshua Scher (comic)
Stuck Outside of Dayton with the Bob Dylan Blues Again
by Dennis Schebetta (seriocomic)
Games by Jeannine Coulombe (dramatic)
Marvel by Joshua Scher (dramatic)
Dangerous by Tom Smith (dramatic)
Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith by Yussef El Guindi
(seriocomic)
Out of Place by David Robson (dramatic)
Some Place on the Road� by Julius Galacki (comic)
Management Orientation by Adam Simon (seriocomic)

Haunted/Guilt-Ridden
The Cowboy Who Used a Dally Rope by Dylan Guy (dramatic)
Shining Sea by Jonathan Dorf (dramatic)
Shining Sea by Jonathan Dorf (seriocomic)
Into the Wind by Adrienne Perry (dramatic)
The Last Stand of the Comanche Rider by Elise Forier (dramatic)
Strangers in Lamaze by Mark W. Cornell (seriocomic)
The Hope Campaign by Erica Rosbe (seriocomic)
System Eternal by Chance D. Muehleck (dramatic)
Don�t Dance Me Outside by William Borden (dramatic)
Couldn�t Say by Christopher Wall (dramatic)

Romantic/In Love
Paralyzed July by Kevin M. Lottes (dramatic)
A Death Defying Act by Barbara Lindsay (dramatic)
AlligatoR by Jeremy Menekseoglu (seriocomic)
Wall Street Hymn by James Armstrong (comic)
Flung by Lisa Dillman (seriocomic)
7out by Allan Staples (seriocomic)
A Greater Good by Keith Huff (seriocomic)
Horatio by Chris Stezin (seriocomic)
The Big Vig by Jason Furlani (seriocomic)

High-strung/Neurotic/Stressed-Out
Practicing Peace by Kelly DuMar (comic)
Olfactory Test from Occupational Hazards by Mark McCarthy
(seriocomic)
Open Spaces by Susan Kim (comic)
"Will You Please Shut Up?" by Dan O�Brien (comic)
The Usual by Barbara Lindsay (seriocomic)
The Cup by Barbara Lhota and Janet B. Milstein (comic)
Ticked Off in Toledo by Justin Warner (comic)
In the Centerfold by Jonathan Bernstein (comic)
Stopgap by Mary Portser (comic)
Burning Down the House by Barbara Lhota and Janet B. Milstein
(dramatic)
Nirvana by Barbara Lindsay (dramatic)

Foreword

Prepare your audition repertoire with the most innovative monologue series to date-Audition Arsenal!

Are you tired of buying monologue books only to discard half of the pieces because they are outside of your age range? Not anymore! The first four books in this breakthrough series are for:

Women in their 20s Men in their 20s
Women in their 30s Men in their 30s

That means 101 monologues per book, 2 minutes and under, that are all usable by you! And it gets even better.

The Audition Arsenal books are organized by type so you will have dynamic, memorable, contemporary monologues that demonstrate your ability to handle any role. Each type is defined by a specific personality trait, allowing you to showcase the qualities crucial to a particular character or role. In addition, choosing contrasting types is a great way to show your range in general auditions. The types are broken down by tone-comedic, dramatic, or seriocomic.
Searching is easy, accurate, and fun!

Here are the types you will find in this book:
Wacky, Quirky, Odd Persuasive, Inspirational
High-strung, Neurotic, Stressed-out Intimidating, Tough, Dangerous
Blunt, Direct Joyful, Enthusiastic, Excited
Angry, Fed Up Romantic, In love
Vulnerable, Hurt, Exposed Haunted, Guilt-ridden

The Audition Arsenal series is a priceless resource for acting teachers and coaches, and the perfect tool to prepare you to land your next role-no matter what it calls for. Monologues for your gender, in your age range, by type and tone-getting cast has never been this easy!

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