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100 Monologues: An Audition Sourcebook from New Dramatists (Mentor)

by Laura Harrington (Editor)

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100 Exciting and Original Monologues from New Dramatists-New York's Outstanding Forum for Talented Playwrights Robert Anderson * Paul D'Andrea * Mary Gallagher * David Ives * Philip Kan Gotanda * John Pielmeier * Anthony Giardina * William Inge * John Guare * Sheldon Rosen * August Wilson * Jack Gilhooley * Lanford Wilson * and Others * Riveting parts for a wide spectrum of actors-ethnic parts, character roles, ingenue pieces, monologues for sixteen- to sixty-year-olds * Innovative short monologues from regional, Off Broadway, and Off Off Broadway productions-plus many previously unpublished monologues * All 100 monologues tested in audition workshops to insure successful performability * Important setting and background material provided with each monologue * A broad choice of styles, genres, and subject material, from light comedic pieces to violent dramatic climaxes * An emphasis on variety in roles, setting, and period, from historic parts to contemporary figures * Biographical information on new, relatively unknown playwrights, including a listing of agents Includes Monologues from: The Complaint Department Closes at Five * Living at Home * Ma Rainey's Black Bottom * Fences * The House of Blue Leaves * Come Back, Little Sheba * Mary Goldstein * Souvenirs * I Never Sang for My Father * Is there Life After High School? * About sally * Serenading Louie * The Boys of Winter * and Many More.… (more)

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