Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Monologue Mania Day # 1656 Continuing from 1655 by Janet S. Tiger (c) Aug. 29, 2018

Welcome to Monologue Mania- one new free* monologue a day- -and still going!
Today is Day # 1656!  To look at the other 1655 titles - click here
  first   year - Feb. 13, 2014 - Feb. 12, 2015  second year -  Feb. 13, 2015 - Feb. 12, 2016  third year -  Feb. 13, 2016  four year Feb. 14, 2017 today!                 
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Monologue Mania Day # 1656 Continuing from 1655 by Janet S. Tiger (c) Aug. 29, 2018

Today continues the gleaning of monologues with Jewish themes - to see the beginning, please click here

 (Below -to read the monologue, please click on the title)

If you have any suggestions for monologues with Jewish themes - especially involving holidays, please send them to tigerteam1@gmail.com

                         More Monologues for Chai
                                           by Janet S. Tiger
                        (c) all rights reserved  2018  tigerteam1@gmail.com

Day #   713            A Tree Grows in....(for TuB'shvat)
Day #     763          The Eighth Train

Day #      978          Sukkos Butterflies

 Day #      973         Yizkor  (for the Day of Atonement)

Day #     1082             I Hate Jews!

Not yet posted -

                                                                        The Eight Cent Egg

                                                                        The Haunted Synagogue

and Renny's Story


  In the Beginning  or  Chai
                                          (a collection of monologues and plays with Jewish themes)   
                                                              by Janet S. Tiger
                        (c) all rights reserved  2018  tigerteam1@gmail.com

         Chai - 18 Monologues and one-acts with Jewish themes for any time in the year, by award-winning playwright Janet S. Tiger

Tiger's work has been published and produced internationally - from Kennedy Center to Israel, throughout the United States - and the world.

For your school, your synagogue, your theater or youth or senior group

Monologues and one-acts to educate, to make you laugh, or cry....but always to think

Perfect for classes - or competitions - or for putting on easy to produce shows at your community location.

Lesson plans will be available

Will include The Affidavit (click here for video) (which has won many prizes,and has been published and produced continuously since it was first written over 35 years ago)
Day of Atonement, The Waiting Room

and monologues from Tiger's ongoing blog of almost five years of daily postings- Monologue Mania.  (Below -to read the monologue, please click on the title)

 Day #  381  Tree of Knowledge

 Day # 382  The Day After the Tree

 Day # 383  Bearing Fruit

Last Passover in Cairo

Day # 107 -
Day # 235
Day # 224
Day # 313

Day # 428

Day # 572
The Rebbetzin (the Rabbi's Wife)

Day # 582
Lies (The Rabbi)

Day # 583
Lies (The Rabbi's Mother)

  Stolen Day # 585
A child of the Kindertransport 

a personal one - 
Erev  Day # 528

Day # 612
Yartzheit (Memorial Candle)

Day # 613  613 Commandments

Something for every age range - monologues and plays with all levels of drama and comedy -and a focus on Jewish ideas and the Jewish cultural heritage.
Note: A few words about 'free' -  all these monologues are protected under copyright law and are free to read, free to perform and video as long as no money is charged. Once you charge admission or a donation, or include my work in an anthology, you need to contact me for royalty 

Janet S. Tiger    858-736-6315                CaregiversAnon.org
Member Dramatists Guild since 1983

Swedenborg Hall 2006-8

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