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Stone Cold Sober – a monologue for a young actor

monologue for a young actor

STONE COLD SOBER – MONOLOGUE FOR A YOUNG ACTOR

A one page monologue for a young actor about how it is to grow up with a father who is an alcoholic and continually going in and out of rehab all the time. The father is now seriously ill because of his drinking and this monologue is the final plea from a daughter to a father to stay sober, just so that they can have a little more time together. A great monologue that, although written with a female in mind could be used by either a male or female actor as a short audition piece for drama school or college.

An original monologue from Macee’s latest play “Stone Cold Sober” was selected by Smith and Kraus Publishing for print in their annual anthology series: “The Best Women’s Stage Monologues of 2017.

Other monologues by American playwright Macee Binns – Undressed – monologue about being a stripper.

Author: Macee Binns

Type: Dramatic monologue for a young actor

Genre: Drama

Cast: 1M/F

Age of the actor: Anyone younger than thirty

Length: Two minutes

Suitable for: All ages to watch

Set: Black box set, at director’s discretion

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – be careful about being over dramatic as this monologue would be more powerful delivered simply

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Copyright © August 2018 Macee Binns and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Others like it:

Listen – male soldier’s monologue about PTSD and alcoholism
Stuffed Panda – monologue about alcoholism
Happy Reality – it’s time to leave the alcoholic depression of earth and join the fairy tale…

Stuffed Panda – a monologue about alcoholism

monologue about alcoholism

STUFFED PANDA – MONOLOGUE ABOUT ALCOHOLISM

A monologue about alcoholism for a single male or female actor. Riley is waiting in line and notices a father and daughter in the line in front. The father is being all goofy and the daughter is at that stage where she’s just totally embarrassed to even have her father with her. He secretly takes a panda and hides it behind his back as she tries to see what he’s doing.

They leave with the panda and Riley decides to call her/his dad. He answers but soon falls down and Riley realises it’s not the first time he’s fallen down, too drunk to stand, and that Riley was never that child with the panda and never would be.

A sad monologue about growing up with a parent who is an alcoholic.

Read other monologues by Macee – Undressed – a monologue about being a stripper

Author: Macee Binns

Type: Monologue

Genre: Monologue about alcoholism

Cast: 1M/1F

Ages of the actors: Late teen to middle aged

Suitable for: Teen to middle aged actors

Length: 3-4 minutes

Set: Black box stage

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – the ability to tell a rehearsed speech simply as if it was the first time.

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Note: The script is in total 1.5 pages long




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Copyright © April 2018 Macee Binns and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays about alcoholism

Listen – male monologue about ptsd and alcoholism
When the devil come knockin’ – ten minute play about a man’s relationship with his alcoholic father
Happy reality – modern day fairytale

Undressed – monologue about being a stripper

monogue about being a stripper

UNDRESSED – MONOLOGUE ABOUT BEING A STRIPPER

Nobody chooses to be a stripper or hooker. In most cases, girls (or guys) end up doing it because they’re trying to make ends meet. But they all have their big dreams. In Zoey’s case, she writes music and is just waiting for her big break. In this monologue about being a stripper cum hooker, Zoey is determined to make enough money this New Years so she volunteers to work on the day that nobody really wants to be working. The bar is eerily quiet, and the only customer is a bald man none of the girls want but who they are all determined to get some money out of. Then Zoey sees him – sitting at the end of the bar. He gorgeous and a music producer as well.

But what will happen. Will Zoey finally realise her dream or get her heart broken?

Read other female monologues by Macee Binns – Static – a short comedy monologue for a female about working out.

Author: Macee Binns

Type: Monologue about being a stripper

Genre: Drama

Length: Ten minutes

Cast: 1F

Ages of the actor: Twenties to forties

Set: An empty club on New Year’s Eve. A bar table and two chairs are
set on the stage.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – characterization – the exhausted and exploited yet beautiful look.

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Cost is $5.50 for this new digital monologue by a published author.

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Copyright © December 2017 Macee Binns and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this monologue? Other monologues that may suit you:

After the pyre – male monologue about picking up the pieces
Finding my Root – South African monologue about rape
The Any key – male monologue about life in the big city

Static – short female monologue about working out

short female monologue about working out

STATIC – SHORT FEMALE MONOLOGUE ABOUT WORKING OUT

Picture the following scenario: You hate…no, you loathe exercise. You just don’t see the point – for you it’s all pain and very little gain. And those fitness buffs? The people who talk about the rush they get when they’re exercising as if they actually enjoy it?  Hate them too.

So imagine your complete and utter surprise when you’re set up on a blind date with a personal trainer. The horror. Poor guy – he just has no idea what’s about to come down on him.

A funny short female monologue about working out (and hating it).

Author: Macee Binns

Type: Short female monologue

Genre: Comedic piece for women

Cast: 1F

Age of the actress: Young adult to middle aged

Suitable for: All ages to watch and adults to perform

Length: 4-5 minutes (Two pages)

Set: Black box theatre or at director’s discretion

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – a fun easy piece that builds as it goes on

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Cost is $6.50 for this produced digital monologue

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Copyright © September 2017 Macee Bins and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other funny monologues to enjoy:

What the old guy said – hysterically funny senior monologue
Gray Matters – funny monologue about the guy that runs your brain
Guy meets girl – monologue about the monologue in a guy’s head

Now Boarding – one act comedy for 3 female actors

one act comedy for 3 female actors

NOW BOARDING – ONE ACT COMEDY FOR 3 FEMALE ACTORS

Zoey and Annette could not be more different. That Zoey is from the wrong side of the tracks is pretty obvious. Annette is an immaculately dressed, high powered business woman with one flaw, her fiance.

When the two of them are put on a flight together, they could not be less pleased with their flight companion. But as the flight progresses, they learn that they have more in common than they thought, teaming up to sort out Annette’s fiance issues, dealing with Zoey’s horrible air sickness and and becoming the best of friends in this one act comedy for 3 female actors.

Author: Macee Binns

Type: One act comedy for 3 female actors

Genre: Comedy, one act, airplane

Cast: 3F (two mains and a stewardess) Offstage parts include voiceovers from a captain and an airport attendant.

Ages of the actors: 20’s-40’s

Suitable for: Adults to perform, PG 10 language to watch.

Length: Thirty minutes. A nice festival play

Set: A small piece set in the toilets and then the rest is set on the plane itself.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – static seating. The two mains are seated the whole play so a bit of creativity will need to be used to prevent the play becoming static.

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Cost is $6.50 for this new digital play script by a published author.

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Copyright © July 2017 Macee Bins and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other plays of a similar genre and feel:

Virtual Frenemies – one act comedy about two rival gamers who meet on a flight
Enter Love – romantic musical set in an airport
Matter Matters – ten minute comedy for 1M 1F set on a small aircraft