Saturday, August 29, 2015

"What I Dress Like" monologue for female - free solo stage play script

"What I Dress Like" by D. M. Larson

ANNA MAY

My name's Anna May - no not Anime! Anna... May!  

 I am sick of everyone saying that. And to make things worse I have this boyfriend who loves Anime. That's why he said he liked me at first, because my name reminded him of his favorite thing. Not sure how I feel about that now. At first I just was happy somebody liked me. It's never been easy for me to get to know boys. They always freaked me out. 

 And now I am with a guy who likes to dress me up. I have no clue what he dresses me up as sometimes. I guess it was kind of fun at first. I always liked Halloween. But then I found out some of these costumes were his. He used to wear this... In public... And he's a boy... there ain't no boys back home that dress like this. 

 I'm tired of it - tired of dressing up - tired of being pretending to be someone else - tired of him.

 I just want some guy to like me for who I am - not what I dress like.  I want to be me. Whoever that is.

 END OF MONOLOGUE

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