Can you make up your own monologue?

Can you make up your own monologue?

Can you make up your own monologue?

Avoid monologues you've written yourself—unless you're really, really good. Performing your own material is risky. Casting directors may focus on the quality of your writing, instead of your acting. ... Keep the casting directors focused on your performance, not wondering why you didn't choose a published piece.

What are some good monologues for teenagers?

  • Prince of Tyre (Marina)
  • Troilus and Cressida (Cressida)
  • Twelfth Night (Viola)
  • Measure for Measure (Claudio)
  • All's Well That Ends Well (Helena)
  • As You Like It (Orlando)
  • Prince of Tyre (Marina)
  • Romeo and Juliet (Juliet)
  • Troilus and Cressida (Troilus)
  • The Genius (The Boy)

What are some good audition monologues?

  • 10 Best Audition Monologues for Actors Darling Face Fungus Among Us Dog Anxiety Phone Calls Food For Thought Underwhelm Ready, Aim, AIM Kick In The Pants Crappy Pants Rather Be A Man

What are some dramatic monologues from plays?

  • 17 Dramatic Monologues For Women "Set down, set down your honourable load..." - Lady Anne Neville from 'Richard III'. ... "And for that matter I have no secrets." - Julie from 'Miss Julie'. ... "My sister, Veronica, and I did this double act..." - Velma Kelly from 'Chicago'. ... "I dream of a place where we could be together at last..." - Audrey from 'Little Shop Of Horrors'. ...

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