What is a monologue in drama class?
In theatre, a monologue is presented by a single character, most often to express their mental thoughts aloud, though sometimes also to directly address another character or the audience. Monologues are common across the range of dramatic media (plays, films, etc.)
What are some good monologues for auditions?
To get you started, here are 10 top monologues for auditions.
- “Measure for Measure” by William Shakespeare: Act 3, Scene 1.
- “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare: Act 2, Scene 2.
- “Twelfth Night” by William Shakespeare: Act 2, Scene 2.
- “The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov: Konstantin’s mother monologue.
How do you choose a monologue?
10 Tips for Choosing Your Audition Monologue
- Choose material that fits you right now.
- Choose a monologue that’s active.
- Don’t do experimental, nonlinear work.
- Choose a piece that showcases your acting, not some other skill.
- Don’t do a monologue from a production you’ve performed.
What are the 3535 monologues for teens?
35 Monologues for Teens 1 Dramatic Monologues. Acting coach and Backstage Expert Denise Simon says finding the right dramatic monologue for teens can be challenging. 2 Disney Monologues. 3 Comedic Monologues. 4 Shakespeare Monologues. 5 Contemporary Monologues.
What are some of the best monologues for young actors?
1. “King John”: Blanch “The strong conflict gives young actors the freedom to play heightened emotions, which, coupled with the complex relationship between Blanch and her husband, makes this monologue a great challenge for any girl looking to expand her acting horizons.” 2.
How can I get a monologue for my child?
Drama Notebook holds a Monologue Contest every month for students ages 6-18. We are building a collection of fantastic original monologues for kids and teens entirely written by students. Winners are chosen monthly and featured on this page. While the monologues in this collection are FREE, they are copyright protected.
Are the monologues in drama notebook copyright protected?
While the monologues in this collection are FREE, they are copyright protected. The monologues MAY be performed by children and teens in educational, competition and audition settings without requesting permission. The performer must cite the author AND Drama Notebook in his/her recitation.