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The Collected Monologues: Volume One

by Lannie Hill

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Soul searching, impenitent author and playwright Lannie Hill directs the working actor and discerning reader to capitalize on these brooding, consummate gems in THE COLLECTED MONOLOGUES . . . 

Terri and Dotsy from UNCLE ALTON ponder one man’s fading existence and their tenuous relationships with him . . . 

Vic and Glenn from SPINDRIFT come to grips with how to shape their vision of what is to come: that of their own future and metaphorically, the nations . . . 

Sandy from HER EYES, LIKE DIAMONDS fights for her muse to inspire the music she loves, only to have the town turn against him . . . 

Petra from THERE ARE NO BLUE FLOWERS IN THE TROPICS riddles her former boyfriend, wondering why he left in the first place and why he actually had the guts to come back . . . 

The Doctor from THE TRANSLUCENCE OF FLESH slaves for a devilish Colonel, both exploiting the other to grasp the essential powers of who should control the fate of humanity . . . 

Plus more . . . 

Author Lannie Hill elevates our hopes, while struggling with the incisive intimations of our human spirit in THE COLLECTED MONOLOGUES.
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