Friday, May 5, 2017

"Materialism" monologue for female from a published play sarcastic ironic solo script

"MATERIALISM" monologue for female
from the published play
"Romance on the Rocks"
by D. M. Larson

Copyright (c) 2017 All Rights Reserved

You know what. I'm not sure this is working out for us.

No, don't say anything. I know you're upset, but I need to get this off my chest.  I don't think we're right for each other. Sure, you have money and a cool car, but that's it. There's nothing more to you. And I just don't think I can be with someone so superficial anymore.

I need a guy who thinks more about what I want. You're so caught up in sunsets and books and poetry. I need someone who is caught up in me. I should feel important. What I want should be important to you. So that's why I'm leaving you... Leaving you and that wonderful car of yours. And all that money...

No, please don't tempt me any longer with your materialism. I need to be free. Free to be with someone puts me first and gives me my heart's desire. Goodbye, Phil.


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