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I am now in possession of a copy of Audition Monologues for Young Women #2, from Meriwether Publishing. Guess who has two thumbs and can be found featured on page 18. This guy! Thanks to this very blog, my serial killer monologue … Continue reading
This monologue was a request from Heidi Loveridge, a London-based actress coming to the U.S. for a round of auditions. She asked for something “really funny, really contemporary, and even a bit stupid, then turns into something that brings it … Continue reading
There have been several requests for shorter monologues. So here’s my attempt at something you can perform in about a minute. I try to be the kind of writer who gives an actor room to play. It’s risky; my writing … Continue reading
A while back, I got a request from an actress named Daisy Faith for a new monologue. She was auditioning for a reality show on which the grand prize was a role in a sitcom. Daisy asked for a female … Continue reading
Sometimes blogging bears fruit. For example, Mary Musolino and Pete Stiles (from Australia!!!) worked with Gatecrasher Media to adapt of my monologues into this short film. Enjoy.
I was lucky enough to encounter a fun and challenging writing exercise this weekend. A woman named Jenni was going to audition for a musical comedy. She had her song picked out (nothing less than some JOURNEY, believe it or not…) … Continue reading
Here’s the piece that started me down the path of posting the occasional monologue to this blog. The talented Arnica Skulstad Laurice did the first ever proto-sketch for brevityTV. When we held formal auditions for group membership, I asked her to try … Continue reading