Monday, May 4, 2015

"The Most Beautiful" short monologue for girl - solo stage play script for female from published play

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 is an adapted monologue from near the end of the play after Beauty has learned her lesson.

For permission to use this monologue, contact doug@freedrama.net (please include the title "The Most Beautiful" in the request).


"THE MOST BEAUTIFUL"
by D. M. Larson

PRINCESS BEAUTY

But, I can't just go back to the way I was. I like my new life.

I just don't want to be who I was before. I can never be as good as Honor.

I'm still not as beautiful as you are, sister. I don't think I ever can be.

I used to think I was the most beautiful woman in the kingdom, but not anymore. Now I think you've always been the most beautiful the whole time, I just couldn't see it.

No, Fairy Godmother, don't change me back. I don't think I want my old beauty anymore. It does me more harm than good.


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short monologue for girl - solo stage play script for female from published play


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