Original Monologues

Ultimate Monologue Lesson Plan Part One

18 pages! For ages nine and up. Part One covers the structure and elements of a well-written monologue.

Ultimate Monologue Lesson Plan Part Two

18 pages! For ages nine and up.

Ultimate Monologue Lesson Plan Part Three

15 pages! For ages nine and up.

Inspire your students to create original monologues based on personal experiences or on a theme such as ‘Friendship’ or ‘Bullying’ using this 10 page lesson plan!

Your students will have a blast performing ‘instant’ monologues with this collection of first lines! Or, allow students to choose their favorite line and have them work on a longer project.

Are putting on a holiday show, or are you looking for a fun ‘rainy-day’ project with your class? Give students this list and let them choose their own!

Five page lesson for older students in which small groups rotate around the room to different stations that involve prompts for original monologues.

Four pages of tips that will help your students prepare to perform monologues or audition like a pro!

Comprehensive evaluation tool for monologue performance!

Twenty-four short monologues for younger girls.

Twenty-nine short monologues for younger boys.

160 monologues for older female students divided into categories!

175 monologues for older male students divided into categories!

Do you need extra monologues that work with any gender? Here are ten more that work for boys or girls.

Do you need extra monologues that work with any gender? Here are ten more that work for older female or male students.

130 classic monologues that provide a challenge for your advanced drama students!

130 classic monologues that provide a challenge for your advanced drama students!

30 original nightmares that will delight your group! Use as monologues, short plays or as part of a Halloween show!

26 strange dreams that can be performed as monologues, or short plays. Includes three more ways to use the dreams and a set of discussion questions.

Over 200 characters play townspeople who speak from the grave in this classic piece by Edgar Lee Masters. Here is the entire play set up on the pages so that individual monologue are easy to print out and cut apart into individual monologues.