Here are sixteen short monologues for older students of any gender! They are set up on the pages so that they can be easily printed off and handed out.
Example of a gender neutral monologue for younger students:
The nature of my emergency? Uhhh, I’m trying to reach nine eleven but my phone doesn’t have an 11 on it. Ohhhh, this is nine-eleven, I thought you said this was 9 11. What! 9 11 and nine eleven are the same thing. They say you learn something new every day. O.K. calm down, my mother wanted me to ask if you guys know how to cook a turkey, YES COOK A TURKEY. The emergency is that we are hungry. Listen, if my mother cooks this turkey, we’ll be calling you anyway because we’ll all be sick. I know, I know, you have other calls to take, oh, by the way, earlier we heard what sounded like gunshots coming from the brown house on the corner. No, I don’t have an address, I’m wearing black pants and a shirt. Oh, the gunshot thing, minor details. Gotta go. Have to convince my mom to spend Thanksgiving at Aunt Marcia’s house. This is the real life or death situation here.
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