Saturday, April 7, 2018

New monologue - TIME FLIES

OLD MYSELF, NOW

A monologue on grief.  An older woman reminisces to a friend about her deceased mother.

"People say time flies, and it does.  Like a seagull speeding its way from the shore to the ocean."

New short comedy

A THIRD SEX

One-minute comedy written for a competition.  While drinking shots of vodka, two young women share their disenchantment with men and wonder about the possibility of a third sex.

Revision of comic monologue

THOUGHTS OVER A GLASS OF BEER

A monologue.  Eccentric Rupert entertains his new neighbor with thoughts on astrology, the sun, and the planets.

New comedy for elementary school kids

MRS. HURLBUT ON HEALTH & HYGIENE

Comedy.  Incompetent Mrs. Hurlbut tries to rein in her 11-year-old students while teaching them about the birds and the bees.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

LEADING LADY - A new monologue

Written for an opportunity for "Me Too" plays, a theme that has gotten lots of press...

A short monologue set in the present.  A young actress recalls being taken advantage of by her leading man in a play when she was in college.

Monday, January 15, 2018

New monologue - BAD MOTHER

Written for a Canadian competition...

In a small public park, young Jamie abandons her cat and then regrets it. 

New monologue - THE LONELY MONSTER

The monster known as Frankenstein bemoans his ugly fate as he takes a selfie with his cell phone.