Sunday, August 31, 2014

"Staying Power" free monologue for a female from "To Be A Star"

This is a monologue from a script called "To Be a Star" by D. M. Larson


"STAYING POWER" by D. M. Larson

BETH
Now those stars up there in the sky have staying power. I can always count on them. I can always look up and know they'll be there for me. The stars on Earth burn out too quickly. They have a moment where they shine so bright but then poof. They're gone. A memory. Sometimes not even that. But with the stars in the sky, I know they'll be there night after night, always there for me to make a wish. What do I wish for?

(thinks a moment)


Hope. I wish for hope. Hope for the world. Hope for peace. Hope for a future where no one is more important than anyone else and money is a thing of the past. A future where everyone is taken care of no matter how little they have. I just want to be taken care of... cared for... that's what I hope for. That's my wish.



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