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To make things worse, she is being replaced by Camille Curry, an unforgiving actress who has no patience with Charlie’s sensitive nature.
The subject matter is more mature, so I’d recommend it for an older teen, but Libby’s sporadic changes in tone make this an impressive monologue for anyone who likes a multi-layered character to explore. (Male, Comedic/Serio-Comedic, Teens 14-18) Taking a momentary respite from their travels, Oliver details a story concerning the death of his pet gerbil, Ringo to his two younger siblings.
A younger Oliver thinks to leave the pet’s cage on top of a radiator to warm it on a cold winter night.
Just having plotted some criminal mischief with Falstaff and Poins, Hal is left alone to deliver his first soliloquy. Photo Source: Photo by Eliott Reyna on Unsplash. Monologue Blogger publishes monologues for teenage guys on a regular basis.
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You are now subscribed to our More Good Stuff maling list. The confusion of this character is both hilarious and endearing as he tries to convince Charlotte, a girl who doesn’t know him particularly well, that they should “be like boyfriend and girlfriend or something.” After he stumbles through history’s most awkward pick-up monologue, the audience will be rolling at his final, darkly random apology over the death of Charlotte’s mother. “Everything Will Be Different” by Mark SchultzThe confusion of this character is both hilarious and endearing as he tries to convince Charlotte, a girl who doesn’t know him particularly well, that they should “be like boyfriend and girlfriend or something.” After he stumbles through history’s most awkward pick-up monologue, the audience will be rolling at his final, darkly random apology over the death of Charlotte’s mother.“From Up Here” by Liz FlahiveThis piece is a more mature version of “Everything Will Be Different.” It has all of the awkward, stumbling romance that Schultz writes, but the character Charlie is slightly older and more in control of what he says. It is an easy monologue for lovesick teenage boys to understand.“I Ought To Be in Pictures” By Neil SimonIs there anything more awkward than a girl and her dad having “the talk”? Beneath the entertaining one-liners about “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and middle school, we can see her insecurities peeping through as she tries to convince Demetrius, an equally awkward boy, to return her affection. High school student Charlie Porter is the fragile star of Jezebel’s Last Chance and has just found out that Bonnie, his long-time friend and co-star, is not going to make that night’s performance. Well, good morning world. is finding good material.
Although Libby doesn’t have one long speech you can splice together some of Simon’s witty dialogue.