Saturday, April 25, 2015

"Horrifically Pleasant" Monologue for Female from play "Waiting on Trains" - woman solo stage script

"Horrifically Pleasant" Monologue for a Female Actress from the stage play "Waiting on Trains" 
by D. M. Larson

"Horrifically Pleasant" 
by D. M. Larson


There's something interesting about this town though. For the first time I've been able to relax a little. I don't even feel like doing as much work as usual.

It's such a weird backward little place. It's kind of like a nice old homely one eyed three legged dog that grows on you after awhile. It's all so horrifically pleasant.

I'd never get any work done in this place. There's almost this overpowering wave of laziness that hangs like a cloud over this town, making you want to do nothing but sit and watch sitcoms.

And before you know it, I'd be pregnant and married to some plumber named Mac.


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