100 Great Monologs is a Meriwether Publishing publication.
100 Great Monologs is a Meriwether Publishing publication.
SUPERANNO Provides a collection of one hundred original serious and comedic monologues for girls. Topics covered include a first kiss, friendship issues, dreams for the future, a parent's new boyfriend, a parent's new wife, dating, siblings, being adopted, and learning the meaning of integrity. Also included as a bonus is a glossary of drama terms. Original.
A reference for high school theatre teachers covering both curricular and extracurricular problems – everything from how to craft a syllabus for a theatre class to what to say to parents about a student's participation in a school play.
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Professional-level comedy monologues.
Offers a collection of more than fifty monologues written by women and includes works by Nadja Tesich, Joyce Carol Oates, Pearl Cleage, Sharon Houck Ross, and Gail Sheehy
A collection of monologues from seventeenth and eighteenth century authors, including Racine, Corneille, John Dryden, William Congreve, Oliver Goldsmith, George Farquhar, and Henry Fielding.
This groundbreaking new series is for truly young actors-- monologues, scenes, and technique book for the elementary school set. Each book builds on the one before it, so skills grow as students grow. Often, young children are given work written for older actors that is difficult for them to understand and retain. This material is comprehensible, relatable, and fun. For all the young characters and performers, there is finally a book for you! And within this series, an exciting collection that breaks down barriers: Square pegs don't fit into round holes. It's that simple.Specifically for young actors of Hispanic descent, M. Ramirez has written a group of books for second, third, fourth generation immigrant kids who don't often feel included in a lot of the literature they're surrounded with. References to abuelos, abuelas, and other cultural specifics help make these performance pieces a little more accessible to kids who might or might not be speaking English as a second language. all with a specific flavor that will help young actors find their voices and stretch themselves, performing pieces that speak not only about them, but directly to them.Because of the Latino flavor incorporated into this material, these kids can focus on what they are meant to focus on- performing - without any cultural barriers.KIDS: These books tell you about how to act and give you some excellent characters to play! There are also many, many games and activities. (P.S. They may also make you the smartest kid you know!) TEACHERS: This series provides ample material for classroom use. In addition, the Teacher's Guide will give tips and ideas to use in classrooms.PARENTS: If you've got a natural performer in the house, this book provides some simple pieces for auditioning, horsing around, or performing in the living room. These books are both fun and educational.AGENTS/MANAGERS: These monologues are immediate and active, with different emotions and levels within each monologue. Great for auditions.Everyday life was never so nutty! Inside you'll find imaginative what if pieces for would-be princesses, cowboys, robots, and superheroes as well as real-life issues like unfair bedtimes, making new friends, and the horrible taste of broccoli. At this stage in life there are lots of firsts, too, like going to a new school and losing your teeth, so there are plenty of topics for children to connect with.
A collection of monologues and duologues for student actors.
A hundred short monologs for teenage performers capture the problems and joys of the teenage years.
Scenebook for Actors is a Meriwether Publishing publication.
Forty-two character scenes and monologues with specific acting prefaces for the performance of each scene are followed by a number of acting tips, exercises, and audition resources.
Fifty men and fifty women can each choose their own fantasy character. A delightful collection of monologues for use in classrooms, contests or variety shows.
Each vol. is divided into 2 parts 1st-7th ed.: Dictionary catalog and Classified catalog; 8th-9th ed. have 3rd. part: Directory of publishers.
A collection of scenes and monologues by African American playwrights.
A splendid collection of monologues from both well-known and obscure scripts.
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