Monday, September 25, 2017

"Take It Easy" monologue for male about a nervous guy and his not so helpful friend

monologue for male
by D. M. Larson

Copyright (c) 2017
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You look nervous. You sure you’re okay? Just take it easy. Breathe. Breathe. That’s good. Don’t think about the crowd okay? Think about… uh… think about that pretty dancer out there. Isn’t she great? Maybe I can ask her to stand off to the side and you can just look at her instead of the audience.

Or imagine the crowd in their underwear. They say that works sometimes. Or imagine that dancer in her underwear. Sorry. I’ll stop talking about the dancer.

(long pause)

I wonder if she’s single.

Sorry, sorry. Okay, I’ll focus. What were talking about? Hey! Don’t be mad. Where are you going?! You can’t leave. You’re on next! Come back here!


This became a female version which is now available 
in the published play
“Blondes Prefer Gentlemen”
ISBN-13: 978-1985331877
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