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Audition Monologs for Student Actors 2: Selections from Contemporary Plays

by Roger Ellis

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This anthology contains fifty monologues selected from the work of contemporary English-speaking playwrights for young students and actors 10 to 24 years. The collection is equally divided between male and female characters, and also contains a variety of pieces for students-of-colour. Monologues vary in length from one to two minutes to approximately nine to ten minutes, in order to offer a range of challenges to students for competitive auditions, forensics activities, literary editing, oral interpretation classes, acting studio exercises, and similar applications.… (more)

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This anthology contains fifty monologues selected from the work of contemporary English-speaking playwrights for young students and actors 10 to 24 years. The collection is equally divided between male and female characters, and also contains a variety of pieces for students-of-colour. Monologues vary in length from one to two minutes to approximately nine to ten minutes, in order to offer a range of challenges to students for competitive auditions, forensics activities, literary editing, oral interpretation classes, acting studio exercises, and similar applications.

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