Twenty-nine short monologues for younger boys.

Here is a great collection of monologues; some are original and others have been taken from movies. They are set up so that you can easily print them out and cut them apart. They start with the easiest and get progressively more challenging.

Example of a monologue for younger boys:

     Chatter Box

I am a real chatter box, okay? At least that’s what my dad says. And my teachers. And my dentist. Bust my friends don’t think so, but maybe that’s because they chatter as much as I do. I mean, I just have a lot to say, y’know? So apparently, my cell phone bill went through the roof, or whatever that means. My dad went on and on for hours about how “I broke the bank,” and I have never even been to his bank. Y’know something? If I talk too much, it’s because I think I got it from him. But you didn’t hear it from me.

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