Twenty-four short monologues for younger girls.

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 girls:

     Smart

You think you’re so smart just because you won a stupid chess tournament? I’ve beat you five times in the last month and I’m four years younger than you are.  The only reason I can’t go to the “tournament” is because you have to be twelve, not because I’m a girl.  Girls are just as smart as boys. In fact, I think they’re smarter.  Remember when you were my age? You were scared out of your mind that mom and dad’s waterbed would spring a leak and fill up the room and we’d all be underwater. I was only four and I knew that wouldn’t happen.  Or how about when you plugged in the stereo wire into the wall outlet and blew dad’s sound system?  Or the time you locked yourself inside the car with the keys.  Mom had to call the fire department to get you out. Have I ever done anything like that?  I rest my case.

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