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Rebecca Young
Rebecca Young
Rebecca North Young has written two books of monologues and has a third on the way. Regarding her inspiration for the 300+ monologues so far, she says, “I have three girls, two of which are still teenagers, one just barely out of that age range. It’s all about comedy and tragedy around my house. Believe me, there’s not much else in between.” Friends and family (she won’t dare say who), television, and just a plain old overactive imagination help Rebecca create a wide array of monologues to choose from. When she’s not writing monologues, Rebecca writes and directs drama for middle and high school students at her church. She co-founded a group called One Voice who travels annually to perform at various churches. It is a great passion of hers to combine writing and working with youth. Rebecca currently works in a totally “non-dramatic” profession as a technical trainer in Lexington, Kentucky. She has a BA in Communications/Marketing from the University of Kentucky.
Works by Rebecca Young on dominionpub.com:
100 GREAT MONOLOGS
This collection of performance scripts runs the entire gamut of teenage joys, insecurities and tragic difficulties. They challenge both the performer and the audience with situations that require thinking to resolve. They are superb for classroom use, contest competitions, discussion-starters or audition scripts. The book is divided into... read more
101 MONOLOGUES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTORS
This theatre book is a sequel collection of winning monologues in the style and format of 100 Great Monologs by the same author. Rebecca Young knows how middle schoolers think and act - and what they like to talk about! These monologues, duologues and triologues may be used for auditions, classroom assignments or discussion... read more
102 GREAT MONOLOGUES
This is a sequel collection of winning monologues in the style and format of "100 Great Monologs" by the same author. Rebecca Young knows how teenagers think and act - and what they like to talk about. These monologues and duologues may be used for auditions, class assignments or contest competitions. With such a wide variety of topics,... read more
102 MONOLOGUES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTORS
Rebecca Young knows how middle-schoolers think and act and what they like to talk about! These monologues may be used for auditions, class assignments, or discussion starters. With such a wide variety of topics, there is a monologue to fit any student's personality or preference. These characters speak as teenagers live. Easy to stage.... read more
103 MONOLOGUES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTORS
Another great collection of monologues in the style of 102 Monologues for Middle School Actors by the same author. She knows how middle schoolers think and act, and she portrays their character traits in performance. With such a wide variety of topics, there is a monologue to fit any student’s personality or preference. These... read more
DRAMA PROJECTS FOR THE MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOM
Sixteen chapters of middle school drama projects provide alternative ways to develop theatre skills.
FAMOUS FANTASY CHARACTER MONOLOGS
Starring the Not-So-Wicked Witch and more. The Boogeyman is afraid of the dark! The Tooth Fairy hates her job! The Wicked Witch isn't really so wicked! One hundred fantasy monologs reveal what characters like Cinderella and Captain Hook might really say if given the chance. It's fun, it's cool and it's offbeat to portray the "other side... read more
MORE TEN-MINUTE PLAYS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL PERFORMERS
This is a collection of short plays for speech and drama classrooms, forensic competitions, or variety shows. It includes scripts for girls, boys, and mixed casts.
TEN-MINUTE PLAYS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL PERFORMERS
The plays in this book give teenage performers the chance to reveal the unique identities and motivations of students their own age. These brief plays may be used for speech and drama classes, forensic competitions or variety shows. They are easily staged with no sets or costumes. Topics include: how to be popular, jealousy, shoplifting,... read more

 
 
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