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Undressed – monologue about being a stripper

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

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Finding my root – South African monologue for a female actor

south african monologue


Finding my root is a challenging monologue for one female actress in which a young woman explores her roots, in the hope of getting closure and finding her biological father whom she never met. Only once she knows where she came from, will she truly be able to know who she is.

A complex South African monologue for a female actors, suitable for use for an arts festival or for drama at high school or university level. The actress should be capable of portraying many different characters, both male and female and of different ages. A challenging piece for the aspiring young actress.

Author: Nanziwe Mzuzu

Genre: South African monologue, drama

Type: One act monologue

Cast: 1F

Age of the actor: Late teens to early twenties but since she plays so many roles of different ages, some flexibility is allowable.

Length: One hour

Suitable for: PG 12 – some sexual imagery

Set: Black box set, blank stage

Level of difficulty: 9/10 – a challenging piece for a talented young actress

Read a Sample of the Script

Cost is $6 for this new digital monologue

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about finding my Root

Copyright © November 2015 Nanziwe Mzuzu and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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