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SHAKESPEARE MONOLOGUES FOR YOUNG MEN
By: L. Dixon
Fifty fresh speeches from William Shakespeare's plays, hand-picked for young people and prefaced with easy-to-use guides that explain who is speaking; where, when, and to whom; what has just happened in the play; and what the character's objectives are—everything actors need to know!
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AUDITION MONOLOGUES FOR YOUNG WOMEN NO. 2
Edited by Gerald Lee Ratliff
All of the monologues in this book are from recently produced plays by award-winning, well-known and emerging new playwrights. These challenging character studies are suitable for competitive auditions, acting or literature classes, forensic contests and more. The selections are for actresses from thirteen to thirty years of age.... read more
THE BIG BOOK OF AUDITION MONOLOGUES
By: Various Authors
Do you need an audition monologue? Survive your next audition and nail the role with this large collection of audition monologues written by a myriad of award-winning playwrights. This book includes 144 monologues drawn from characters in published plays that are organized by monologues for males, females or either gender. A perfect... read more
THE COMPLETE AUDITION BOOK FOR YOUNG ACTORS
By: Roger Ellis
A comprehensive guide to winning by enhancing acting skills. More than just a nuts-and-bolts auditioning book, this title is meant to help high school and college students hone their skills in preparation for a career on the stage, with the audition being just one part of the process. It is a practical guide, with chapters on... read more
THE ENRAGED ACCOMPANIST'S GUIDE TO THE PERFECT AUDITION
By: Andrew Gerle
Award-winning New York theatre composer and pianist Andrew Gerle pulls no punches in this irreverent, fly-on-the-wall guide to everything you've never been taught about auditioning for musical theatre. From the unique perspective of the pianist's bench, he demystifies the audition process, from how to put together your book and speak to... read more
THE MONOLOGUE AUDITION
By: Karen Kohlhaas
A founder of the Atlantic Theater Company, where she now teaches, and an acclaimed director, Karen Kohlhaas exposes what auditors are looking for in The Monologue Audition, the first book of its kind to show actors how to stage monologues using specific, step-by-step directing and acting techniques. Applicable to auditions for theaters,... read more
THE PERFECT AUDITION MONOLOGUE
By: Glenn Alterman
Finding the right audition monologue can be crucial to an actor's career. The audition monologue is an important marketing tool that introduces and showcases an actor's talent to agents, casting directors, and producers. In this book, Glenn Altermen covers every aspect of the monologue audition, from entrance to exit.
STREET TALK: CHARACTER MONOLOGUES FOR ACTORS
By: Glenn Alterman
Powerful character monologues for men and women in auditions. Including such characters as: Robert; an angst-ridden billionaire, Sid; a manipulative, loud, talent agent, Lila; an earthy, over-the-hill, exotic dancer, Tony; an unaware male chauvinist romantic, Beth; she's prim, proper, and extremely paranoid, Vince; a cynical New York... read more
THE THEATRE AUDITION BOOK 2
Edited by Gerald Lee Ratliff
This sequel to the popular The Theatre Audition Book features over 130 monologues from classical, Shakespeare, period, modern, and contemporary plays and a new chapter on musical theatre and the medium, including commercial and film auditions. The monologues - some taken from non-dramatic sources like novels and poems - are... read more
THE ULTIMATE AUDITION BOOK
By: Various Authors, Edited by Jocelyn A. Beard
Get a leg up on the competition with these outstanding monologues. Taken from the works of some of literature's finest scribes, these pieces (222 in each volume!) are sure to impress. Included are monologues for both men and women ranging in age from 7 to 100. Authors represented include: Moliere, Oscar Wilde, Eugene O'Neill, Harold... read more
THE ULTIMATE AUDITION BOOK - VOLUME 2
By: Various Authors, Edited by John Capecci, Edited by Laurie Walker, Edited by Irene Ziegler
Get a leg up on the competition with these outstanding monologues. Taken from the works of some of literature's finest scribes, these pieces (222 in each volume!) are sure to impress. Included are monologues for both men and women ranging in age from 7 to 100. Authors represented include: Moliere, Oscar Wilde, Eugene O'Neill, Harold... read more
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