Monologues for a Female Performer

And the Award Goes To
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Written by Shannon Cartwright | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

Chronicling the life of an American teenager, Shannon Cartwright uses a young girl’s love for movies to serve as the catalyst that allows her to slowly reveal the secrets that have tormented her childhood.

The Big One
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Written by Celeste LeBeaux | $10.00

Drama with humor: 1 Female

In her touching monologue, Celeste LeBeaux introduces us to a young girl, whose love for her father can be summed up through a series of fishing stories. So, are you ready to get hooked?

Bikes I Have Loved (And the Boy Who Rode Them)
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Written by Kendra Sparks | $10.00

Drama with humor: 1 Female

In her heartwarming monologue, Kendra Sparks introduces us to a young girl with Cerebral Palsy. While her body may have physical limitations, the object of her affection allows her heart to soar over adversity. Filled with humor and warmth, this is truly a love story for modern times!

The Columnist’s Widow
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Written by Michelle Sanderson | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

Filled with humorous anecdotes and fond memories, Michelle Sanderson introduces us to an elderly woman, who, after the death of her husband, Frank, a syndicated newspaper columnist, learns that over thirty years of marriage can never be truly forgotten. Besides, she will forever be surrounded by three decades of her husband’s cherished words.

Forgive and Forget
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Written by Bridget Grace Sheaff | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

Imagine having the ability to remember every single moment of your life. This is the catalyst that drives Bridget Grace Sheaff’s fascinating monologue. In Forgive and Forget, we are introduced to a young woman, whose chronic memory serves as both a blessing and a curse.

The Grimm Girls (Five Short Monologues)
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Written by Gregory T. Burns | $10.00

Comedy: 5 Females

The Brothers Grimm fairy tales have entertained millions of children, and adults alike, for generations. Through a series of five monologues, the heroines of the Brothers Grimm finally confess to what actually happened after “They all lived happily ever after.”

I Love Lucy
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Written by Celeste LeBeaux | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

In almost every iconic episode of “I Love Lucy,” Lucy and Ethel were having some sort of crisis. In her critically acclaimed monologue, author Celeste LeBeaux introduces us to two sisters, Lucy and Em, named after the lead characters from the classic comedy. Like their namesakes, however, the two sisters soon find themselves in a situation almost impossible to escape.

Lessons from a Big Girl With a Handicapped Parking Sticker

Written by Yolanda Williams | $10.00

Comedy: 1 Female

In her poignant essay, Yolanda Williams revisits her youth and what it was like growing up with a disability. Along the way, she learns a few lessons. She learns that her life serves as a powerful metaphor for teens who feel cornered by their circumstances and own personal shortcomings.

Lies of the Heart (And Other Hidden Trivia Facts)
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Written by Kendra Sparks | $10.00

Comedy: 1 Female

We’ve all either written one or received one: the dreaded break-up letter! Written as a list of trivia facts, Kendra Sparks introduces us to a young girl, whose goal is to fill-in-the-blanks with the truths she kept hidden from her boyfriend during their year-and-a-half relationship.

Mother's Day
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Written by Celeste LeBeaux | $10.00

Drama with humor: 1 Female

In her beautiful, heartwarming monologue, Celeste LeBeaux introduces us to Dill, a young girl, who, while putting Daisies on her mother’s grave, reflects on what life is like being raised by a mentally-challenged mother.

Mourning Love
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Written by Celeste LeBeaux | $10.00

Drama with humor: 1 Female

Through a series of confessions, Celeste LeBeaux introduces us to a young woman who finds love in a most unexpected place: a funeral.

Parton Me
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Written by Tamara Coston | $10.00

Comedy: 1 Female

When a teacher challenges every student to participate in one activity outside his or her comfort zone, a young girl, whose biggest fear is speaking in public, enters a Dolly Parton look-alike contest. Hysterical!

Pretty
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Written by Yolanda Williams | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

This sensitive monologue introduces us to two young girls whose lives are forever changed after an assault by a fellow classmate.

Ribbons
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Written by Celeste LeBeaux | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

With humor and warmth, Celeste LeBeaux introduces us to a remarkable young woman whose family is torn apart by her mother’s recent diagnosis of breast cancer.

Special
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Written by Jake Barton | $10.00

Drama with humor: 1 Gender-Neutral

Violence in schools continues to make national headlines. In Special, Jake Barton introduces us to a young mentally-challenged teenager, who gives us a unique perspective into the aftermath of a fictitious school shooting.

A Taste of Purple
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Written by Carol Rust | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

Set in the turbulent times during the Civil Rights Movement, Carol Rust revisits her youth in this heartwarming monologue about an extraordinarily hot Louisiana summer day and the little black girl that offered to share her purple Popsicle.

The Witness
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Written by Shannon Cartwright | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

An older, idolized brother joins a gang, commits a murder, and is sentenced to Death-by-Lethal-Injection. His last wish is for his younger sister to witness his execution. This powerful monologue introduces us to the younger sibling, whose love for the older brother is only overshadowed by her determination to keep a promise.

You Are My Sunshine
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Written by Bridget Grace Sheaff | $10.00

Drama: 1 Female

Raising a special needs child is always challenging. In her extraordinary monologue, Bridget Grace Sheaff introduces us to a young mother whose son is living with Prosopagnosia, otherwise known as Face Blindness. This is a fascinating portrait of a family whose familial bond only becomes stronger in the face of adversity.

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