Free Dramatic Monologues
by D. M. Larson
Drama Solo Play Scripts
"Strong Enough for Both of Us" - Monologue about Depression - Female
"Empty Space" - Monologue for male or female written by Shiela Larson - link goes to Freedrama blog
"I Was Never Important" - Dramatic Monologue from the play "Holy Ground" - Female - link goes to Freedrama blog
"Get Better Again" - Dramatic monologue - Male - link goes to Freedrama blog
"Greed Killer Her" - Dramatic Monologue from the play "Ebony Scrooge" - Female - link goes to Freedrama blog
"Back to Work" - Short dramatic monologue - Male - link goes to Freedrama blog
"Pull My Strings" - Dramatic Monologue for Male from the full length play Midnight of the Soul
"The Weakest Link" - Dramatic Monologue for Male from the play Midnight of the Soul
"Slave to the World" - Dramatic Monologue for Male from the play Midnight of the Soul
"The One That Breaks the Camel's Back" - Dramatic Monologue for Male from the play Midnight of the Soul
"The Game of Risk" - Dramatic Monologue for Male from the play Midnight of the Soul
"Sob Story" Monologue from a play - Female (1-2 minutes)
"Mess Things Up" Monologue from a play - Female (2+ minutes)
"First Words" Monologue from a play - Female (45 seconds to 1 minute)
Free Stage Play Scripts at Freedrama.net
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D. M. and Shiela Larson
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*Freedrama scripts are FREE to use in a classroom, audition, competition, or workshop. But ALL mentions and printouts of the script should include the author (D. M. Larson) and the source (Freedrama.net). You may add links to the scripts on your website, but do NOT repost the text of this script online, even for educational use. For more information, please see my blog post “How Plagiarism Hurts Authors.”
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