Saturday, March 1, 2014

"First Words" free monologue for teen actor from published play

This 45 second to one minute monologue is called "First Words" and is for a teenage female from the published play "Flowers in the Desert" ISBN-13: 978-1530169085.

You must ask for permission before using this play in a performance or publication by contacting doug@freedrama.net


"FIRST WORDS"
by D. M. Larson

TINA
I watch TV and see those happy families with the little baby who's takin' its first steps or saying its first word. Them folks make such a big deal out of those things. They laugh, they cry... all 'cause they love their little hairless baboon.

(Pause. Grows sad)

And I sit there all that time and wonder... who was there when I took my first step? Who was there when I said my first word?

(Pause)

I doubt if my first word was mama or papa. I'm sure it was four letters though.

(She chuckles a little, then sighs)

I don't care about them... And they don't care about me. But who really cares anyway.

END



You can find the play "Flowers in the Desert" at Amazon.com ISBN-13: 978-1530169085


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"First Words" free monologue for teen actor from published play

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