Saturday, December 26, 2015

Top 10 Most Requested Free Monologues - written by D. M. Larson - solo stage play script

These are the most requested free monologues written by D. M. Larson

The Not So Perfect Child
Female serious monologue about a young girl who feels hated by her family and decides to tell her mother how she feels.  From the published play "Flowers in the Desert."



Breaking Heart
Female serious dramatic solo stage play script about a woman who is trying to not let a break up bother her - This is a great monologue for showing a range of emotion. From the published play "When Mel Fell for Nell."

Before You Punch Me
Male solo stage play scripts which can be portrayed humorously or have a serious side to it as well.  It's another good monologue for showing an actor's range. From the published play "Flowers in the Desert."

Sunset Princess
Female solo stage play script about a princess who is stuck at home in her castle but dreams of adventure. From the published play "The Pirate and the Princess."

Much Madness
Female serious monologue about a young woman whom everyone believes is crazy but there is some wisdom in her strange ramblings.  From the published play "The Bullied, Bungled and Botched."

Flowers from Phil
A short humorous monologue for a male about a man who is nervous on his first date.  From the published play "The Weird, Wild and Wonderful Days of School."

Strong Enough for Both of Us
A serious monologue for females about depression and what kind of help someone needs.  From the published play "The Bullied, Bungled and Botched."

Bones the Pirate Girl
A comedy monologue for females about a young pirate who is tired of being at sea.  From the published play "The Pirate and the Princess."

Catchick
A short humorous monologue for females about a superhero with catlike powers but she is tired of having them. From the published play "Between Good and Evil."

Wishing
A reflective monologue for a female about a girl who has dreams for a better life.  From the published play "The Ghosts of Detention."
Art by Shiela Larson

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