175 monologues for boys/men divided into categories: original monologues, monologues from movies, monologues from plays. They are set up on the pages so that they can be easily printed off and handed out.
Example of a monologue for older boys:
I had this dream last night where someone found out that I never finished the work for Mrs. Delaney’s American History class. I sat down at a desk and Mrs. Delaney hands out these test booklets, and I look at the cover and someone has drawn obscene pictures all over it. I don’t know what to do. Should I tell Mrs. Delaney and call attention to myself, or should I just ignore the pictures? In which case she’ll probably think I drew them. The pictures are pencil, see, so I start to erase them. But as soon as I get one part erased, I notice another one – and another. Finally the bell rings and Mrs. Delaney starts collecting the booklets and I realize I never even opened mine. I don’t even know what the test was about. And what’s worse, all the pictures are still there. I start tearing up the booklet like crazy and sticking pieces of it in my mouth, trying to chew it all up and swallow it before she gets to me. Then she’s standing over me and she says, “Where’s your booklet, James? What have you done with it?” That’s as far as it went. I woke up in a cold sweat. I’d wanted to say, “I ate it, you hag! I ate it!” – but I never talked back to Mrs. Delaney in my life.