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New Monologue "A MAGICAL PLACE" by D. M. Larson

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For permission to use this monologue, contact doug@freedrama.net

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I dream of being an actor. I want to act and make people happy. My performances will fill people’s hearts with happiness. I will make people laugh and cry, just like the actors in movies.

Movies always brought me comfort over the years. I love watching a great movie where the actors feel like real people. The best actors are the ones that draw me in and I forgot where I am. I love getting lost in the new world they’ve created, which allows me to forget about the problems in life for awhile.

Sometimes, it feels like the whole world is against me and keeping me from my dream. My parents don’t understand why I want to be an actor. They think I’m a silly kid who wants to be some rich and famous movie star. But acting is not about being popular or wealthy. It’s about doing something I love. There is nothing I’m more passionate about. I feel so lost and empty when I’m not acting. Performing in a play on stage makes me feel alive. I love being a part of a story and becoming a new person. It’s like I’m escaping to some other reality and I go to a magical place where I can be someone else.

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1. Be sure to find a monologue that is right for your age. For example, don't pick one about a mother, father, wife or husband if you're not old enough to be one.

2. Select a monologue you can relate to. Find one that has an experience you share or an emotional you can connect to. Look for a character you understand or that is similar to yourself. Here are some good monologues for TEEN FEMALES and TEEN MALES? (or check out the list below)

3. Find the right mood or tone for your monologue. Do you need a TEEN COMEDY or a TEEN DRAMA?

4. If you are performing the monologue in a competition, you may need to select one from a published play. Here are MONOLOGUES FROM PUBLISHED PLAYS.



Series of Monologue for Teens about Surviving Depression and Bullying: "The Bullied, Bungled and Botched"

"Strong Enough for Both of Us" - Monologue about Depression - Female

"Bug-Eyed Creature" - Monologue from play “Bullied, Bungled and Botched“ - Male

"Who Wants to be My Bully?" - Monologue about bullying from play "Bullied, Bungled and Botched" - Male

"Only Children Believe in Butterflies" Dramatic monologue-Female (7-9 minutes)

"Much Madness" Dramatic Monologue-Female (2-3 minutes)

Monologues from the published play "The Bullied, Bungled and Botched" ISBN-13: 978-1518661082

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"New Love Found" by D. M. Larson
Comedy Monologue for Male Actor from the published play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085


LINC
Community service... Better than jail I guess. I just wish I didn't have to wear this stupid uniform. And these sick people... Why is everyone in the hospital so sick all the time? I hope I don't catch anything. And who wants books and magazines anymore? Especially out of date ones. How old are these magazines? "Man on the Moon!" I feel like the man on the moon working in this place, wandering around with my books and magazines and flowers, totally out of place in some weird outer space... Lost on the dark side of the moon. Well I guess they'd want something to read if the TV in their room is broken. Man, that would suck. Stuck in a hospital bed with no TV. Seems like the only one who wants anything from me is Old Ms. Sadie. I hope she doesn't want me to read to her again. There is nothing creepier than reading a romance to an old lady.

(Sees a new patient)

Wait a minute. Who is that? Check out the new girl. What's her name? Where's the room chart? Shelly. That's a pretty name. I have to meet her. I wonder if she wants a magazine... Teen Beat? No, she looks more classy than that. She looks like a Cosmo girl. I mean Cosmo woman.

(Looks frantically at cart for something to give her)

Flowers. I will give her flowers. Old Ms. Sadie has enough flowers, She doesn't need these. Little note... Lost...

(Takes note off flowers and tosses it)

New love ... found.

(Boldly goes to meet Shelly)

END OF MONOLOGUE

For permission to perform a Freedrama monologue, please contact doug@freedrama.net (include the title "New Love Found" in your request).


"Before You Punch Me" Monologue - Male (2 minutes) from the play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085 (another monologue about Linc)

"Sob Story" Monologue from a play - Female (1-2 minutes) from the play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085

"First Words" Monologue from a play - Female (45 seconds to 1 minute) from the play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085

"Piggy Princess" Monologue from the play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085 - Female (1-2 minutes)

"I Can't Stop" - Longer Dramatic Monologue from the play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085 - Female (3-5 minutes) - link goes to Freedrama blog

"Sunset Princess" - Monologue for Female - child, kid, teen from the play "The Pirate and the Princess" ISBN-13: 978-1515169765

"Nervous" - Short Dramatic Monologue for Female (1 minute) from the play "Death of an Insurance Salesman" ISBN-13: 978-1518665547

"Bones the Pirate Girl" - Comedy monologue for kids - Female from the play "The Pirate and the Princess" ISBN-13: 978-1515169765

"Wishing" - Monologue- Female (1-2 minutes) from the play “The Ghosts of Detention” ISBN-13: 978-1499111309

"How to be a Pirate" or "An Orchestra of Stink" - Funny monologue for female - comedy solo stage script from the play "The Pirate and the Princess" ISBN-13: 978-1515169765

"The Big Bad Wolf" - Comedy monologue from the play "Holka Polka" - Male or Female (1 minute)

"I Need Detention" Monologue - Male (2 minutes) from the play “The Ghosts of Detention” ISBN-13: 978-1499111309 - THere is also a shorter one minute version available

"Catchick" - Short Comedic Monologue from the play "Superhero Support Group" ISBN-13: 978-1540471772 - Female (30 seconds to 1 minute)

"Alien Goo" - Comedic Monologue from Published Script- Male (1 minute)

"Staying Power" - Short Monologue from the play "To Be A Star" - Female (1 minute)

"Growing Up is Hard to Do" - Short Comedic Monologue from the play "Between Good and Evil" - Male (1 minute)

"Princess (Where's My Prince Charming?)" - Comedy Monologue- Female (2 minutes)

"Perfectly Ugly" Monologue from a published play - Female (1+ minutes)

"Blessing in Disguise" - Comedy monologue from the play "Blinded by the Knight" - Female (1-2 minutes)

"Phone It In" - Longer Monologue for Female with a wide range of emotion

"Trust in God?" - Dramatic monologue for female adapted from the play "Holy Ground" (2-3 minutes) - link goes to the Freedrama blog

"Tearing Me Apart" - Dramatic Monologue adapted from the monologues Staying Power and Wishing - Female (2-4 minutes) - link goes to Freedrama blog

"The Wishing Star" - Dramatic Monologue adapted from the monologues Staying Power and Wishing - Female (2-3 minutes) - link goes to Freedrama blog

"Shadows of the Past" - Longer dramatic monologue - Female or Male (10-15 minutes) - link goes to Freedrama blog


EVEN MORE MONOLOGUES BELOW!


"Stairway to Heaven" - Monologue from Published Script- Female (45 seconds to 1 minute)

"Bungled and Botched" - Monologue from Published Script- Male (30-45 seconds)

"My Dream" aka "What is Your Dream" Short romantic monologue from a play "To Be A Star" - Female (45 seconds - 1 minute)

"Forget About Me" - Longer Dramatic Monologue adapted from the monologues The Not So Perfect Child, Staying Power and Wishing - Female (4-7 minutes)

"Goodbye Cruel World" - Comedy monologue for male or female adapted from the play "Gingerbread Girl" (1-2 minutes)

"Destroy Me" - Dramatic Monologue from Published Script- Male (1 minute)

"Humpty Dumpty Private Egg Hard-Boiled Detective" - Comedic Monologue from Published Script- Male (2 minutes)

"Beauty and Perfection" - Short Monologue from a play - Female (1 minute) from the play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085

"Cassandra" - Short Comedic Monologue from Published Script- Female (1 minute)

"A Breaking Heart" - Monologue- Female (2 minutes)

"The Girl Who Broke His Finger" - Monologue - Female (1 minute)

"Good Deeds and Such" - Comedy monologue from the play "Holka Polka" - Female (1-2 minutes)

"Hidden in the Night" - Adapted Short Monologue- Female (2-3 minutes)

"End the Hurting" - Short Dramatic Monologue (about bullying and abuse)-Male or Female (30 seconds)

”Carry a Stuffy” - Monologue from play “Bullied, Bungled and Botched“ - Female (new)

”Mummy Girl” - Monologue from play “Bullied, Bungled and Botched“ - Male or Female (new)

”Punch Boy” - Monologue from play “Bullied, Bungled and Botched“ - Male (new)

“Magical Rainbows” monologue for kids and teens - boy or girl - solo stage play script for male or female

"No Witnesses" - Dramatic Monologue for Kids - Male or Female (1-2 minutes)

"Ode to the Squished" Short dramedy (over-dramatic comedy) monologue - Male or Female (new)

“Double Rainbow” short monologue for kids and teens - boy or girl - solo stage play script for male or female

"Pearls of Wisdom" Monologue-Woman
A play for mature actors (6-7 minutes)

"Call Me Dumper" Comedy Monologue
Shorter Male version * Longer Female version (new)

"Mauled" - Short Monologue from the play "To Be A Star" - Male (new) - link goes to Freedrama blog

"Ugly Mug" short monologue from the play "Blinded by the Knight" - (new) - link goes to the Freedrama blog

"My Whipping Boy" - Monologue for Female - child, kid, teen (new) - link goes to the Freedrama blog

"Yar!" (Talk Like a Pirate Day) - Funny monologue for male or female (new) - link goes to Freedrama blog

"Without My Beauty" short monologue for girl - solo stage play script for female adapted from published play Beauty IS a Beast

"The Most Beautiful" short monologue for girl - solo stage play script for female adapted from published play Beauty IS a Beast

"Fairy Godmother" monologue for girl - solo female script adapted from the published play Beauty IS a Beast

“A Golden Tooth” short monologue for male from play script “The Princess and the Pirate”

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