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bride and Seek – Short Monologue for a Woman

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BRIDE AND SEEK – SHORT MONOLOGUE FOR A WOMAN

It’s your wedding day and as a bit of fun, everyone gets together to play a game of hide and seek. The house is very large with many rooms, some that haven’t had anybody in them for years. Perfect. There’s a large chest hidden in the corner of the room, big enough for you to hide in. So you do. The lid’s a little heavy and you can’t lift it up yourself to get out again, but it doesn’t matter, because when they find you, you will have won the game! It’s just that – it’s been some time and they still haven’t found you. It’s clear. You’ve won. But… where are they? Eerie monologue for  a woman, based on the English folk tale, ‘The Mistletoe Bough.’

Author: Jack Hutchinson

Type: Monologue for a woman

Genre: Horror

Cast: 1F

Ages of the actors: Older teen to younger woman

Suitable for: All ages to watch

Length:  Three minutes

Set: Black box stage. A large chest is the only prop.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – changing from a light-hearted fun piece to an eerie piece with a very frightened girl. 

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Like this play? Other monologues for female actors:

Lady Killers – four monologues by women who kill Finding my Root – South African monologue for a younger female Undressed – monologue about being a stripper

Gray Matters – short funny monologue

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GRAY MATTERS – SHORT FUNNY MONOLOGUE FOR A MALE ACTOR

In this short funny monologue written for a single male actor, the headquarters of THE BRAIN are occupied by a single young man, all dressed in gray, whose job it is to guide a typical young guy’s BODY through his days and nights. The young man, of course, is all knowing (and a know it all!) and takes his job very seriously from reminding him how many brain cells he has just lost with his recent alcohol binge to the name of the girl he met the other day. All in a day’s work for a busy know it all brain! A funny monologue idea for high school or college drama class.

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Author: Jean Blasiar

Genre: Comedy, monologue

Type: Short funny monologue

Length: 5-10 minutes depending on how fast it is performed

Cast: 1M (could possibly be played by a female actor as well)

Age of the actor: A young man

Set: A young man is sitting in a desk chair with rolling casters behind a semi circular desk. He is dressed all in gray and wearing earphones and a mouthpiece. Beside him is a monitoring device similar to the heart/blood pressure gauge machines on wheels in hospital rooms. On the desk is a laptop, a calculator and an answering machine. On the wall behind him is a calendar.

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – the set will need a few minutes to set up

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Like this play? Other monologues for you to consider:

Finding my Root – a South African long dramatic monologue for a female actor
The Any key – longer drama monologue for a male actor
Guy meets girl – romantic funny monologue about dating