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"HELP THEM"
monologue for male from the published play "The Magic Coin" by D. M. Larson ISBN-13: 978-1546726845

HANK

Okay, I have another compliment for you. The reason I gave you that magic coin is because of all the things you could wish for in this world, you wanted to help those people out there. And I really believe you would help them. So many people say that stuff because they think they have to. They dream of cars and vacations. Then they throw in helping the homeless as an afterthought. But you thought of others right away. And I see you do nice things around the diner all the time. I think your boss knows about the nice things you do. The extra food for people short on money. The little treats for the kids. Little things like remembering people’s names and listening to them talk. All that makes this a great diner and keeps people like me coming back for more.. And that’s what everyone needs to do. Make their little corner of the world a better place. If we all did that, then things would change for the better.

END OF MONOLOGUE

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For permission to use this monologue, contact doug@freedrama.net (please include the script name "Help Them" in the request).


"MATERIALISM"
by D. M. Larson
monologue for female
from the published play
"Romance on the Rocks"
ISBN-13: 978-1546726845


RHONDA

You know what. I'm not sure this is working out for us.


No, don't say anything. I know you're upset, but I need to get this off my chest. I don't think we're right for each other. Sure, you have money and a cool car, but that's it. There's nothing more to you. And I just don't think I can be with someone so superficial anymore.


I need a guy who thinks more about what I want. You're so caught up in sunsets and books and poetry. I need someone who is caught up in me. I should feel important. What I want should be important to you. So that's why I'm leaving you... Leaving you and that wonderful car of yours. And all that money...


No, please don't tempt me any longer with your materialism. I need to be free. Free to be with someone puts me first and gives me my heart's desire. Goodbye, Phil.


END OF MONOLOGUE


Copyright (c) 2017 All Rights Reserved
For permission to use this monologue, contact doug@freedrama.net (please include the script name "Materialism" in the request).


"CRUSHING MY COMPETITION"
monologue for female
from the published play
"The Magic Coin"
by D. M. Larson
ISBN-13: 978-1546726845


JULIANNA

Everyone needs to share more. I think I had sharing beaten out of me at an early age. We used to play Monopoly as kids and it brought out the worst in me. I had this terrible desire come over me to win it all and be in total control of the board. I wanted all the money and loved crushing my competition. But all of my brothers and sisters were that way too. We had so many fights over that game that my dad finally set the board on fire. He tossed it in the fireplace along with all the money. All we had left were the little homes and hotels.

END OF MONOLOGUE
Copyright (c) 2017 All Rights Reserved

For permission to use this monologue, contact doug@freedrama.net (please include the script name "Crushing My Competition" in the request).


"ANOTHER WOMAN"
monologue for female
from the published play
"Romance on the Rocks"
by D. M. Larson
ISBN-13: 978-1546726845

RHONDA

You know what Phil? Maybe I was a little hard on you... you...

(RHONDA sees PHIL on top JULIANA)

RHONDA (CONT.)
What's this?! You're with another woman? I'm gone like 5 seconds and you replaced me? Don't play possum with me. I know you two are just pretending to be passed out… trying sleeping through this.

(RHONDA kicks PHIL)

RHONDA (CONT.)
How you like that! Huh, Phil?

(She gets worried all the sudden and gasps)

RHONDA (CONT.)
Phil? Is that blood? Oh no - what am I going to do? I can't have anyone find me with another dead body. What should I do? I'll put them in his car and let it roll off the cliff... that will work... make it look like an accident. No one has to know.

(RHONDA tries to pick up JULIANA)

RHONDA (CONT.)
Wow, this girl is heavy.

END OF MONOLOGUE

Copyright (c) 2017 All Rights Reserved

For permission to use this monologue, contact doug@freedrama.net (please include the script name "Another Woman" in the request).

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