Monday, September 21, 2015

Monologue from Another World

Monologue from another world by D. M. Larson from the published play Between Good and Evil 
ISBN-13: 978-1502982308

(An alien, who looks very much like you and me, appears.  The alien can speak to the audience or use props that represent different types of people in the universe, arranging them to as an example of what is being talked about)

I am not of your world but I know everything about you.  Because everywhere I go in the universe, everyone is the same. Everyone is dreaming and wishing on stars. Everyone is seeking a better life for themselves or for others.  And that's how the universe is divided.  Those who want for themselves... and those who want for others.  What do you want?  What type of life form are you?  Are you here to get hold of the most wonderful thing you can imagine and hang on to it as long as possible?  Or do you want to leave the universe a little better off than it was before you were in existence?  We all chose whether we know it or not.  We all decide to give or take.  And sooner or later we all learn what is at the center of the universe.  Is it you or is it me?  Or is there some other incredible secret waiting for us at the core of it all?


From the published play "Between Good and Evil" 
by D. M. Larson available on

Here is another excellent video adaptation of one of my monologues by Tokyo Cigar. 

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