What are the features of a monologue?

What are the features of a monologue?

What are the features of a monologue?

A monologue is a poem that shares many features with a speech from a play: one person speaks, and in that speech there are clues to his/her character, the character of the implied person or people that s/he is speaking to, the situation in which it is spoken and the story that has led to this situation.

Are there any one minute monologues for actors?

  • One Minute Monologues are becoming more and more common for auditions. And we know how frustrating it can be to find the right one! Below, we have our growing list of short monologues for men, women, teens and kids.

How are the monologues organized in Shakespeare's plays?

  • The monologues are organized by play, then categorized by comedy, history and tragedy. You can browse and/or search so you can find a monologue whether you know which one you want, or if you're looking for monologue ideas.

What can monologues be used for in school?

  • They may be used for auditions, performed in educational settings, used in school and community theatre performances, and video-taped. The performer must cite the author AND Drama Notebook in his/her recitation, and if possible, add a link to the Drama Notebook Monologues on a web page where the performance is shared.

What do you say in a Jessie monologue?

  • Jessie? Jessie! Will you please take out the trash? You’re busy? Five minutes, that’s all. Jessie? Jessie! Help me set up for your sister’s party! Put down that book! Right now! Oh, your favorite character died? I’m sorry. I’ll let you mourn. Don’t worry. Take all the time you need. Jessie? Jessie! Fold your laundry! You’re at a boring part?

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