Tuesday, May 5, 2015

"Inside Out" short romantic monologue for male from the published play - solo stage play script

Beauty IS a Beast is the story of a spoiled princess named Beauty who is beautiful on the outside but ugly on the inside.  Her fairy godmother decides to teach her a lesson and turn her inside out.  This monologue is from near the end of the play after Beauty has learned her lesson.

"Inside Out"
by D. M. Larson


I don't want any reward.  I should be paying them a hundred pieces of gold for letting me spend time with you.

You may have upset me at times. But there's something about you. The way you are that makes me never want to let you go. It's not your beauty, it's you.

Your fairy godmother took the beauty on the outside and put it on the inside.  Let's thank her for turning you inside out and making you someone I can love.


Adapted from the play "Beauty IS a Beast" (PDF) ISBN-13: 978-1511495967

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