Thursday, May 29, 2014

"Quitting" monologue from play "Music Maybe" male or female

"Quitting" monologue from play "Music Maybe" male or female
(ISBN-13: 978-1519120106)
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Everyone's always quitting on me. My whole life... all the people I get to know... quit. I never do. I'm loyal. I stay. But they all leave me. Started with my dad... he quit on us when I was little and my mom quit on me even though she was still around. She quit caring and quit feeling anything. Everything I tried, every friend I made, quit on me in some way... I always felt like I failed them... and drove them away. But here... I finally thought I'd found a place where I could be a part of something. This time we've been together has been the best days of my life. Sounds pathetic but it's true. I've never been happier than I've been playing with all of you. Coming here each day gives me something to live for, something to make me drag my lazy carcass out of bed. I feel so alive here, playing with all of you. And it's more than just living... it's the fact I found a place in this world. A place where I matter and I fit in. I didn't feel lost anymore.


Read the full "Music Maybe" scripts:

"Music Maybe" short comedy play for four actors about an all drummer rock group - "male version" or "female version"

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