This page has a (constantly growing) list of all the monologues completed during the first year, second year! (and now beyond).
As of today, it covers from Feb. 13, 2014 (the start) to May 9, 2017, Day # 1180
I sometimes run behind on the days....and the blurbs -okay, sometimes WAY behind on the blurbs!- but the titles and links are mostly current, and most of them go to the right place! And right now, I am past three years - and still going strong. It's like an addiction to writing monologues.
A brief blurb will give you an idea of the piece, and if you click on the title it will (hopefully!) take you to a page with the complete monologue, sometimes along with some background – and if possible, I will include staging suggestions. If the title is not linked, you can still find the monologue by clicking the month you want on the right side of the blog.
My earlier monologues have been tried out, have won prizes, been produced, so there is a charge - if you want a collection that includes my earlier work please check out MONOLOGUEZONE.com or for a lot of my work- www.PlaysByJanetSTiger.com
Way to find a specific title - use the Control F function to search for a specific title - or if you just want to look for roles for men use M (that's - space M space) or for women F (that's space F space) Or if you have trouble, the faster alternative -have a younger person help!
Day 1 - Naked On Stage
M/F Actor finds that exposing oneself to the audience can mean several things!
2- Valentine's Day Lament
M, younger Young man is annoyed to find that Valentine’s Day might not turn out as he had planned
3- Talking to Myself
F Middle-aged (whatever that means!) An advanced actor is required as this piece deals with several fast changes – of costume and heart
F, older A woman is fascinated by the many different meanings of one word over the course of her life – and how it has changed
5- My Fault
M not so young, disheveled, stoned (you get the idea) How one moment can change a life – and whose fault is it anyways?
6- The Death Report
M (but could change easily for a female lead) Sick of the evening news? This is what it could be in just a few short years!
7- When Was President's Day?
M (Ben Franklin to be specific) Ben explains why the day and its meaning are still important
8- I Like Boys!
M (younger but has to age) A man has to tell his parents something important, but can he?
And will they listen?
9- The Senior Channel
M (could be female, too, has to be older) Everyone who has ever had trouble opening anything will appreciate this new idea …for an unusual show, and channel
10- iPhones for Peace!
F (older, feisty) A surprising idea for the modern age – crazy? Or possible – you be the judge
M (younger, good shape, tattoos) Alone in a prison cell with only an extra pair of boxers and a special book – for how long can a person take it?
12- The First Pull
F (teenager) About a girl with a problem – one that has her wondering what to do next
13- Walking My Brain
M (older, British accent necessary) A gentleman enjoys a different kind of stroll
14- Solitary scene 2
F (seventies, Boston accent, tough) The mother of the young man in Day #11’s monologue – pruning a tree and talking to God
15 – Lost and Profound (from Book of Teas – Night Tea Chapter)
F (older, Southern accent) A woman looks at the night –with a different point of view about stars
16- Solitary scene 3
M (see #11) Later in the day, after lunch, Jimmy has to make a decision about a visitor
M (older) The automobile buyback program has its good points – and some other possibilities as well, as one man figures out
18- Solitary Scene 4
M (11) Son of Jimmy in Solitary scene 1 (Day #11) grandson to the woman in Solitary scene 2 (Day #14) 2 talks to a therapist about…..life. Will it be – like father, like son?
19- Hope Street
F (older) A eoman gives bus rider her view of life – and an interesting take on hope
20 – Unplanned Obsolescence
M (older) Rebuttal to all those with complaints about obsolescence – will help if actor can sing and dance a bit.
21- Jumping Through a Hoop
F (30s) Leaving a family home after many years can be a new hoop to jump through, especially if a lot of guilt can be left behind.
22- Senior Channel Rebuttal
M (older) The man from Senior Channel (Day #9) returns to respond to the complaints from the gentleman in Day #20 – Unplanned Obsolescence
(These two monologues can play together)
23- Pirate Daze (Why I am a pirate monologue)
M (20s,30s – young, good-looking!) The Captain of a pirate ship explains why he is a pirate in a monologue from what will one day by a movie/TV series
24- The Question
F (older) A woman brings a poem to her senior group – a poem with an interesting topic
25- iPirate! (opening monologue)
M (20s) Young man explains why he wants to stop piracy – on the cyber-seas!
26- Re-BUTT-al to Day 22
M (older- same man from Day 20) This time the man is angrier and tries to explain why he was NOT complaining, just explaining
(These four pieces can go together – Days 9, 20, 22 and 26)
27- Esther and the Pimple – A Purim Spiel
F (30s-40s) A woman from this time learns something about herself when she decides to more closely examine a character from the Bible – Esther – and her pimple.
28- The Lady and the….Chicken
F (older) An actress who could be typecast due to a commercial takes things – literally – into her own hands
29- The Last RollM (40s-60s) A Russian immigrant describes his most prized possession from Communist Russia-and what it has meant in his life
F (older) Introducing Detective Louisa Harding – who has special abilities to find….anything!
31- The Test
M (younger) How should we face the tests….of life?
32- Skip to Mai Lu
F (older, Chinese accent) A picnic leads to lifetime changes.
33- The Great Corned Beef Hunt
M (younger) – A…man.. recalls his favorite uncle, and their epic yearly search for the perfect corned beef for St. Patrick's Day
34- Around the Block
F (starts in 30s, ends older) How much can you learn from taking a walk every day – around the same block? (For experienced actress)
35- Just a Prank
M (teenager) Young man discovers that traditions can change – and change your life.
36- Badvertising (for Senior Channel)
F (older) Woman has unusual complaint about an ad in the mail....about males.
37- Girl on a Bus (With Lawnmower)
F (twenties) Riding on a bus always brings connections with other....passengers
F (hillbilly- ageless) An unusual commercial for a perfume that has a purpose.
39- Baby Moons
M (middle-aged) A man tells a story about something he did as a young man that taught him a lesson
40- Baby Moons (revised)
M (middle-aged) A man finds that something from his is not what he thought it was
41- Death Clusters (from Donut Diaries)
M/F (a pixie-esque character) The opening scene for Donut Diaries explains how death is like….a chocolate.
42- Annie’s Story (Scene 5 Solitary)
F (20s, looks older) A woman visits a prisoner….with some unusual choices involved
43- Burt’s Blend (from Donut Diaries)
M (40s? 50s?) Burt figures out how to become rich with a very available item.
44- Anniversary Story
F (older woman) A 50th wedding anniversary brings out an interesting story about an earlier anniversary.
M (older man) Time rarely changes the way we feel about a spouse…or does it?
46- Birthday Twins (for Senior Channel)
M (older) A birthday by any other name –or date - is still a birthday.
47- I Have a Dream
F (age unimportant) Skype- is it good or bad? Or a little scary….if this dream is real.
48- Coffee Shop of Fools (the origins of Donut Diaries revealed
M (young) A monologue technically – and the old opening for Donut Diaries
49- Mummy Dearest (for the Senior Channel)
M (indeterminate age, slight accent) What would it be like to be the mummifier of cats and dogs – a piece about time and an unusual occupation.
50- Response to Mummy Dearest (for the Senior Channel)
F (fifties, good shape) A professional woman responds to Day #49’s mummifer.
51- Jam (for Book of Teas) 1
F (older) How something simple – like jam- can tell a whole story
52 -Tea Leaves (for Book of Teas) 2 or T LeavesF (middle-aged) Vivien, the daughter of T from Day #51, responds to jam with her own memories
53- Tea Leaves (for Book of Teas) 3 or T LeavesF (older) T, Vivien's mother, answers her question - 'When to leave?'
54- Fat Lady Singing (for Senior Channel)M (older) Why is opera important anyhow, when no one comes to see it? But this man has a different view.....
55 - DibsM (teenager) A young man explains the meaning of 'dibs' and how not understanding this meaning can lead to big problems
56- The Very Best Revenge Song
F (younger to middle-aged) Why revenge in country songs is best served.....hot and spicy and musical!
57- Mono Blog (for the Senior Channel)F (teenager) A high school senior who had the illness, tells how some diseases can cross many years.
58- Operation Firefly (from the movie Operation Firefly)M (twenties-thirties) Fighting a war and fighting a fire, both have their bad points, and this sergeant is trying to explain just how dangerous fire can be.
59- Satellite SelfieF (middle-aged) Google is watching, maybe we just don't realize how much!
60- Psalm Psunday (for the Senior Channel)M (older) Touching memory of a parent who knew exactly when she was going to die, and on which day.
61- Last Passover in Cairo (for the Senior Channel)M (older) The remembrance of a special Passover Seder long ago in a strange place - Cairo. But not where you think it is, and not what you expect it to be.
62- The Ides of April (also part of the Donut Diaries)M (any age) Are your taxes in yet? Time is running out.....literally.
63- FriendsM/F (any age) How do we get to be friends with someone? What is the attraction? Is it shared interests, growing up on the same street...or something much, much more basic.....
64 - Mother's Day - The Original Coming Out Party
F (older) Sometimes research into the past reminds us of what is so special about the present - and future, especially when it comes to babies
65- Peace Out (for The Senior Channel)
M (older) A simple story about a couple of years in the Peace Corps, and the life after
66- The Joy of Sox M (not old) A man has a deep love affair, and it could affect his life
67 - A Rose From Death (for Easter and the Senior Channel)
F (older) Easter is a good time for reflection - about what the words really mean
68 - I Am A Washing Machine (for the Senior Channel)
M/F (any age or accent) With apologies to Christopher Isherwood - life from a completely different
69- Slow Train ComingF (older) From Book of Teas
70 - Drownded is Drownded
M (younger) A young man with a need to hide discovers an old hiding place is not what he expected
71- I Never Promised You a Chalk Garden
M (younger) Man fights for the first amendment - using a piece of chalk for a weapon
72- My Favorite Present
F (40s and up) Birthdays have unusual memories of favorite presents
73- Betcha F (variable) What is gambling? Is it with money - or can it be anything?
74- Does This Outfit Make Me Look Dead?F (teenager) A girl is going to a prom - with a strange request.
75 -Does This Outfit Make Me Look Dead? (version 2)F (teenager) A girl is going to a prom for the first time.....and maybe the last.
76- President BirdM (any age, could be a female, too) The head of the birds delivers an important speech
76- (alternate) CrunchM (youngish-middle) Cell phones, can't live with them..............
F (not young anymore) For people who are waiting...... until.....
78 - The WaiterM (older) What is the value of waiting? Grapes of Wrath meets Wonderful Life.
79 - Yay for New Wrinkles (for The Senior Channel)
M (older - same man from Day 9 and Day 22) A new wrinkle - on wrinkles.
80- Maybe Day
F (old enough to remember when she was younger) How you never know what could happen- the power of maybe.
81- Under the Mountain (part 1)
F (20s, 30s) A woman has a different view of how to get around ....a big obstacle.
82- Under the Mountain (part 2)
F (same as in Day 81) What happens when what you thought was happening, took a different turn in the road, or under the mountain - a shift in direction is always possible.
83- The Juggler
F (not too young, but not too old) How many things can a person juggle? In the real circus that is the world, that is.
84- Sweet Tea (from Book of Teas)
F (same older woman from Day 15, 51, 52, 53, 69) How sweet it is!
85- Sunday Prayers
M (40s and up) A minister has a special idea for his congregation - but not a sermon this day.
86-The Worry Wart (for The Senior Channel)
M/F (any age/gender) A new kind of company, but not-to-worry, it could help save you worry!
87- Fortissimo (from a full-length play)
M (starts older, gets younger) An old room is reopened by a man with some interesting links to it
88- The Unknown Mother - or The Richest Woman in the World - for The Senior Channel
F (any age) for Mother's Day - a woman with a special message
89- Down to the WireM (middle-aged) A story from a long ago war - with a modern connection about heroism.
90- Part One - Part Two
M/F (any age) The actor's choice - which way is the best way to do the lines? You be the judge
91- In Order of Appearance
M/F (any age - but must play all ages) How do you answer the sphinx?
92 - One Foot in Each Door
M (older - needs accent) You can't judge a book by its cover.....or can you?
93- One Foot in Each Door (response - next part of scene 10)
M (younger) Charity is in the eye of the beholder
94- The Worst Day of My Life
F (middle-aged) Getting old is never easy, but the issue of when to die has made it .....complex.
95- M T M/F (any age) What happens when a writer has nothing to say - and it's due today!
96- Fill Dirt (from Book of Teas)F (older - same as Day # ) Dirt- Tea business.
97- Tightrope (from Ringmaster)
F (20s on up) Walking the line is nothing compared to the tightrope we face each day.
98 - Birthday Love
F (with younger kids) Love is like a............pizza.
99- Promises Kept
M (40s - European accent) Based on a true story. How far do you go to honor a friend's death bed wishes - even if the friend is dead wrong?
100 - Mixed Emotions
M/F (any age, but not too young) A bar and grill with an unusual theme - drinks based on your...emotions, and how they rarely are all one or the other
101- Out of the (Stuffed) Closet
F (not young) Hoarding is such a dirty word now.....but this woman wants to change all that!
102- Night Stallion
F (not young) Nightmares - how one parent handled it changed a life
103- Memorial Day Memories
104 - Senior Junior High
105 - Into Every Life (from The Book of Teas)
106 - Locked Out
107 - 1352 Sabbaths
M (young, but old) The Sabbath is a time for renewal, and this man's story of candlesticks that are special.
108 - The Invisible Monologue
109 - Moving Day Blues
F (teenage) Sometimes a move can have different effects - depending on the location.
F (not so young)
111 - But Wait, There's More!
112 - Whose Dog's Life is It Anyway?
113 - Moving On
115 - Procrastination
116 - Three Curtains
M Behind each curtain lies a solution - which will you pick?
117- God's Bully Pulpit
118- Teaching Cats (from Book of Teas)
F Some mothers are better teachers than others, and that includes cats
119- Death By Mail
M Mail, mail and more mail.....when is it....deadly?
120- Returns of the Day
F Try taking something back to this woman.....the results can be surprising.
121 - The Worst Day of My Life
M A man tells why today is the worst day - beating out yesterday.
122 - One Little Mistake
123- Father's Daze
F On Father's Day, the choices a parent makes are even more difficult
124- A Modern Day Tale of Woe
F Addiction to games can be as difficult as any other addiction.
125- The Taming of the Hoarder
F One friend tells another off - but who is right?
126- A Stroke of Luck
F A woman who had a stroke tries to answer a phone call
127- Five Minutes in Hell
F Writing is never easy, in fact it can be downright...hell
128 - How to Annoy a Woman
M A man gives advice to other men about.....how to get on a woman's nerves.....(as if the lesson was even needed!)
129- First Day of Summer
M An unusual promising start to summer
130 - Meltdown
F (Teenager) Becoming an actor is never easy, especially when you....lose things
131 - Call Now! M (20s-50s) Ripped from the...commercials
132 - Storage BoyM (Younger, pleasant) The helpful young man at the storage facility is willing and able to help you with your stuff.
133 - We Will Fight
F (Older, British accent) Some things are just worth fighting for!
134 - The Covenant
F (Middle-aged, slight accent) One neighbor at a time can lead to some major changes
135 - It Pays to Be Pretty (for the Book of Teas)
F (Older, Southern accent) The truth about beauty
136- The Crown of Rightness
F The three little words women dream about hearing
137- Choices (for Christmas Knights of the Round Table)
138 - The Legend of the Donut Shop Diamonds (female)
139 - The Legend of the Donut Shop Diamonds (male)
140 - Solitary (Scene 6)
141- Solitary (Scene 7)
142- A Ben Franklin Fourth
M A special 4th of July for Ben- and the United States
143- The Ant-i Fourth
M/F The ants come marching in - especially on the 4th of July
144- The Glue of Loneliness (from The Donut Shop Diaries)
M/F Why do people go to coffee shops?
145- The Glue of Loneliness (revised)
146 - The Tester
M (age not too important) Everyone has different jobs throughout life - this is a most unusual one
148 - Last Will
149- Burning Diaries
150-Burning Diaries (revised)
F (from God's Coffee Shop) The owner of a coffee shop argues about what constitutes truth...and fraud
F How an author chose playwriting
153- Grave Site
M Benjamin Franklin discusses some decisions that changed his life, and the world.
154 - Too Late!
155 - A Walk in the Park
W Funny who you can meet in the park...and what can happen
156- A Possumability
F (for Book of Teas) T knows a bit about....possums
157 - Funeral Plans
F Everyone has a different view of ......the end.
158- Radio Row
M (From the play and movie) The beginning - and the greatest years of the largest collection of radio stores in the history of the world
159- Nuckin Futz
160- The Worry Cafe
F A waitress serves up different kinds of dishes - from an unusual cafe.
161- Frozen Moments
F A woman uses a flashlight to shine on certain moments in her life.
M/F What if your alarm didn't work, and you missed....Comic-Con!
163 - The Shover
M A Japanese man with an unusual...occupation
164- Escape From Storage Unit 273
F Woman has trouble getting rid of junk, until she finds a special magazine
165- Serving Time
M Fatherhood has many chances to pass along wisdom.....or the opposite
166- The Cones of Ice Cream
F It's summer, let's have some ice cream!
167 - Your Call is Important to Us
M/F How important is your call - very important! Really, it is......
168 - Hero
M What makes a hero a hero?
169 - Hero (female version)
F What makes a hero a hero?
170 - Mixed Marriage
M There are so many ways to stop a marriage from happening......this way is just one.
171 - Guilty (for Crime)
172 - Angel (for Crime)
173 - Crackle Tea (for Book of Teas)
174 - Mug Collection
M An interesting collector entertains a reporter, with an unusual result
175 - Honest Tea (for Book of Teas)
176 - Four Tea (for Book of Teas)
177 - For Tea (for Book of Teas)
178 - Alternate Tea (for Book of Teas)
179 - Just So
180- The Fallen (for Senior Channel)
181 - Mate Tea (for Book of Teas)
182 - It Comes in Threes
M/F Bad luck, death, if it comes in threes, how can we avoid it.....or maybe we can't!
183 - Tipping Point
184 - Ella's Side of the Story (For Book of Teas)
185 - Ella's Side Revised (for Book of Teas)
M - What's there not to like about pancakes!
188- A Horror Story
189 - Cat Days of Summer (for the play BEN)
190 - Value (for CRIME)
191- I Hate My Birthday!
F - teenager -
192- A New Tablet
193 - Value cont - Crime Scene Investigator (for CRIME)
194 - Crash Dummy
195 - What's Good for You (for the Senior Channel)
196- What's Good for You (alt ending) (for the Senior Channel)
197- Breakfast With the Devil
198 - Dinner With the Devil
199 - Dinner With the Devil (alt)
200 - A Place for the Devil
201 - Belabor Day
202 - The Devil Visits River Bend
203 - The Burden of Happiness
204 - Almost
205 - Misery is a Gift
206 - Interview With the Devil
207 - The Devil Speaks
208 - Flowers for Jerry
211 - 9/11 (for Radio Row)
212 - 7/11 (for Friday the 13th)
213 - The Cutting Edge
214 - Conditions of Air (for Radio Row)
215 - No Returns
216 - Death By
M A detective finds a VERY unusual murder suspect.....and it could be the end....
217 - In Defense of.... (for The Senior Channel)
F older A vacuum cleaner can be so many things....if you just let it!
218- The Other Woman
219- In Defense of Hoarding (Crime)
220- In Defense of Hoarding (Crime)
221- Washing My Hands of It (Crime)
222- Last Scene (Crime)
223- Guilty as Charged (Crime)
224- Apples and Honey
226- Bertha's Pie (Crime)
xxx227- Fault Lines
228- A Birthday Unpresent
230- A New Movement
231- A New Show
233- Thud (2)
234- Day of Atonement
235- Day of Atonement (2)
236- The Secret
237- A New Home for Irv
238- Why You Are Losing...Money (for Radio Row)
239- Body of Evidence (for Crime)
240- The Ruler
241- The Devil's Justice (for The Devil Comes to River Bend)
242- Part One
M/F Actors and auditions.....the first audition cuts the deepest....
243- Part Two
M/F See Day # 242 - can be done together for very effective audition piece
244- Well Planned
M older An eye doctor cannot see what's right in front of him
245- Dial M for Marriage
M 25 In a very strange way, a session with a shrink provides an opportunity for a young man to get married
246- The Un-graduate
M Teenager/20s Sometimes the truth WILL set you free....from school.
247- A Noble Prize for Peace
248- What Day is It Today?
249- How to Write A Monologue
250- The Devil's Food
251 - Changes
F - Which things are most important to change....and when
252- Lobster Story
253- Back Story
254- The Sad Tail of Lord Ratburn
255 - Operation Firefly (opening scenes)
256 - Mother's Choice (From Frozen)
257- Dis Pair
258- Frozen (opening scene)
M late 20s Young man is very active....for being in a coma
259- Frozen (daughter)
F thirties (from the play)
260- No Ketchup!
F older What's so hard to understand about the concept of - No Ketchup!
F older (see # 260) Everyone can try to avoid change.....or can they?
262- Frozen (doctor scene)
M (From the play) End of Act 2 - Sometimes success is small, but huge.
263- The Queen's Party
M thirties From the play - the opening monologue. The party is about to begin - a card party that's ongoing for 60 years.
F twenties How we choose what we love - and how we are changed.
265- Election Day Winner
F older A new definition of winning - for voters.
266- The Return of Myrna (for Mr. Lemonhead)
F thirties/ Southern accent
267- Email to God
F teens/early twenties Sometimes a request to God gets an unusual response
268- Wheelchair of Fortune (For Caregivers Anonymous)
M Older A group of caregivers meets - and the leader starts the meeting
269- Case of the Quivering Onions (For Book of Teas - Onion Tea
F Older Southern accent T recounts a story from her mother's youth - about onions.
270- Caregivers Anonymous (opening Act 2)
F twenties, looks older The wife of a veteran tells her side of the story
271- Free At Last (for Caregivers Anonymous)
F Black A new meaning to the word....freedom.
272- The Longest Day (for Veteran's Day)
F Why sometimes watching a movie with a child changes the meaning .....of everything.
273- Caregivers Anonymous (new opening)
M older song The host of the group starts with an old song - that has a new twist.
274- Curse of the Fisherman's Wife
F Asian accent A curse becomes much more.
M Younger/athletic How exactly does our life fit together? Very physical
276- Jigsaw 2 (a few years later)
M Older, uses walker How does your life fit together as you get older? Much less physical
277- Losing Friends
F Indeterminate age It's one of life's most difficult parts of aging - losing those we love, in different ways.
278- The Fear Factor
M Older Everyone is afraid of something, be afraid of this, very afraid!
279- The Fear Factor (the other side)
M Teenager The other side of 278 - these two can be done together.
280 - Not So Fast!
F A mother who is dealing with her teenager - who has some scary issues
281 - Against (From Celebrity)
M When you want fame, there are some big prices to pay
282 - Dead (from It's a Wonderful Life Insurance Policy)
F Death has many advantages- especially if you don't get caught being alive
283- Pockets Out
M Older A solution for life's problems - and simple
284 - Helping Hands (from Caregivers Anonymous)
F Older Amazing what a good pair of hands can accomplish
285- The Day Before (from Caregivers Anonymous)
F middle The day before a birthday can be just as memorable
286- The Day Off (from Caregivers Anonymous)
F middle A day off? Now that's a funny one!
287 - Giving Thanks
288 - Stuffed
289 - The Day After
290 - Quiet Nights
291 - An Annoying Wine
292 - Hooked
293 - Surprise
294 - Surprise (revised)
295 - Breakfast
296 - Return of the Ding Dongs
297 - Rue and Tansy
298 - This is No Drill!
299 - Against
300 - The Other 300
301 - Please
M 40s A trolley car driver has a request for a state commission
302 - No Help!
F 40s Asian
303 - How to Curry Peace
304 - For Jonathan
305 - Get a Cold
306 - Gettin' It On
M older Actor attempts to put on.....his socks
307 - Gettin' It On (Two)
M/F Actor attempts to put on an article of clothing at different stages in his life
308 - About Love and Math in the Time of Chemistry (for Osculation)
M teenager Young man attempts to explain math to a young woman
309 - The End of the Moth Wars
F 50s What possible trouble could one moth cause?
310 - The Devil in the Donut Shop
F middle-aged Temptation is tough, especially when it comes glazed.
311 - Stoop Ball
M younger The loss of a loved one is never easy - and how we cope is sometimes an unusual decision
312 - Nobody Reads the Warning Label! (for Senior Channel)
W Self-explanatory - just like the warning label
313 - A Great Miracle Happened There
M middle-aged, slight Polish accent Miracles can and do happen, but sometimes it takes time and a trip to find them
314- Christmas Evie (for Caregivers Anonymous)
F middle-aged, Asian The amazing gift of the holiday season - and donuts
315 - What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
M/F A New Year's message with an unusual message
316 - The Gift of......
M/F Christmas involves gift giving - here's a possible new idea.
317 - When I Was A We (Caregivers Anonymous)
F Southern accent (same as in Day #310) A chance to explain what happens when we lose a loved one.
318 - What's Next?
M/F Physical piece for actor who can do a lot in a small space
319 - Little Voices
F shorter piece Woman hears...you guessed it...voices
320 - Neighbors (for Crime)
M middle-aged A man with a frightening pasttime - would you want him as a neighbor?
321 - Drafted
F Older, British accent A bit of wind blows into everyone's life, this is one story
322 - Countdown
M/F The numbers are coming up in a countdown to a new year.
323 - Expiration Date
F Older She's on a search for a personal date that means something very special.
324 - The First Time
F A view of life from firsts.
325 - The First Time (male)
M A view of life from firsts - from the male point of view.
326 - Naked Pie
F Woman has binoculars....and some interesting neighbors
327 - Why Fight? (from Society for Human Rights)
M Henry Gerber tells why 1924 is the time to start fighting for gay rights
328 - We Need More Warning Labels! (for the Senior Channel)
M older A tale of woe regarding the most common items in our lives
329 - Handsome Woman
F 40s A woman faces...the future.
330 - More to Lose
331 - Gift Tea (for Book of Teas)
332 - Missing Lies
333 - Cleaning the Room
F A lifetime of cleaning the room
334 - Footsteps
335 - You Don't Understand!
336 - Maybe Next Time
337 - The Implication of Vanilla
338 - The New Guest
339 - I understand...
340 - What's Wrong With Me?
341 - What I Like About People
342 - The End
343 - Memory Storage
F Forgot what this was about, oh, yeah, more memory....
344 - Decisions, decisions
345 - Real World Science - Physics
346 - Real World Science - Psychology
347 - Butterfly Net Fantasies
348 - A Pointed Friendship
349 - The Gap Theory
350 - Ten Ten Reasons Why Seniors Make Great Actors
351 - Ten Top Reasons (revised)
352 - Almost There
M/F A runner finds that running helps not only with health, but life struggles, too.
353 - Women I Love
M older Who can disagree with his criteria for the women he loves?
354 - Trouble With Boys
355 - Hoarders Anon
356 - Monologue for a Kangaroo
357 - In Defense of Revenge
358 - Out of Time
359 - The Very Late Mrs. Wallaby
360 - Migration of Inanimate Objects (for The Real World of Science)
361 - Certain Tea (for Book of Teas)
362 - Generation Infinity
363 - Too Much
364 - Final Toast (for Celebrity)
365 - It Doesn't Have to Be This Way
M/F Great showcase piece for versatile actor - lots of ways to stand out
366- Stops, Looks Back
367 - What is a Monologue?
368 - The Happy Hoarder
369 - Introducing a New Blog
370 - The Beginning
371 - Lost and Found
372 - Don't Call Me
M older Who likes waiting on the phone? Not this gentleman!
373 - They Can't Take That Away
374 - The Hoarder Responds
375 - The Ma in Many
376 - Throwing My Life Away
377 - Tiger Turkey Hamlet
F Sometimes there is a surprise in the morning
379 - Keep it in Your Pants (for the Senior Channel)
M/F Any gender is OK, because this is God and God has an important message for the Senior Channel - and the rest of the world
380 - If you want closure.... (for Caregivers Anonymous)
M older Will need a ventriloquist dummy - need I say more?
381 - Tree of Knowledge
382 - The Day After the Tree
383 - Bearing Fruit
384 - Charging Ahead
385 - (re-run)Esther and the Pimple ( a Purim spiel)
386 - Beancutter's Story (part 1)
M Older Chinese accent
387 - Beancutter's Story (part 2)
388 - Beancutter's Story (part 3)
389 - Naked on Stage (updated)
390 - The Pitch (related to Beancutter)
M Chinese The beancutter's grandson wants to have his grandfather's story remembered - on film.
391 - Soul Mats
M/F One or two actors can show what it's really like to be in the ring....of marriage
392 - rerun - Pancakes
393 - Mirror Man (for Crime)
M younger Who we see in the mirror can be sometimes a little scary.
394 - Time Change
395 - Pi Day (for Love and Math in the Time of Chemistry)
M teenage A special piece of pie for pi day
396 - Pi Day (revised) for the play For Love and Math in the Time of Chemistry
397 - re-run The Great Corned Beef Hunt (for St. Patrick's Day)
398 - Leprechaun Stew (for Senior Channel)
399-400 - Later Dater
M/F Two monologues that can be done together
401 - Tale of the Pickle-Picker (for the Senior Channel)
402 - A Bad Week
403 - A Modest Request (for Senior Channel)
404 - Where's My Thank You Note? (for the one-act same name)
F older The importance of thank you notes in the modern era
405 - rerun iPhones for Peace
406 - And the Winner is.....
F older Award for the best is always long-awaited
407 - The First Bite
M younger What it tastes like the first time
408 - The Towel Lady's Gentleman (first draft)
409 - Who Told Me That Story? (for Crime)
M younger What is the truth when you're too drunk to remember?
410 - rerun Last Passover in Cairo (for Senior Channel)
411 - Roller-Coaster
412 - When Does the Day Begin (for Caregiver's Anonymous)
F Sometimes we complain, then we find out things could be worse
413 - The Short End of the Hoe (for Cesar Chavez Day)
414 - Twitch (for the Senior Channel)
M Everyone has a problem, but some are more visible
415 - Into the Desert (for Passover)
F Not so easy to move today, but all those years ago, what was it like?
416 - How to Be a Failure (for the Senior Channel)
417 - rerun A Rose From Death (Easter)
418 - ....By Appointment Only
M/F In the future, many things will be .....by appointment only,
419 - A Taxing Day
M/F The approaching of tax day is one that not everyone looks forward to- this person especially!
420 - Test Results
Two male - one younger, one older
421 - Return of the Naïve
F older Returning items can be a tough journey
422 - Re-run of Day 1 - Naked on Stage
423 - The Best (for the Queen's Party)
M The best in this case means the best in pretending....about who we are.
424 - How Did It Happen (for Solitary)
F older Boston accent
425 - Fire (for Operation Firefly)
426 - For the Grace of....
427 - In the Land of UsedtoBe
428 - I Wonder (for Holocaust Remembrance Day)
F A mother thinks about what it must have been like for mothers.....in more difficult times
429 - In the Land of Used to Be (revised)
430 - Signature Here
431 - How to Avoid Being Abducted By Aliens M/F
432 - The Truth
433 - It's All Your Fault
434 - Not Enough Phones
435 - Return
436 - Return - Jeffrey's Side
437 - The Other Woman (for RETURN)
438 - A Good Day for a Hanging
439 - Sally's Side (for RETURN)
440- Two Enter...One Leaves (duo version)
441 - Two Enter...One Leaves (monologue version)
442 - Storage Unity
443 - Mayday!
444 - Not Going Back (for Caregivers Anonymous)
445 - The Innocence Project
446 - Look At Me!
M/F For experienced actor - a way of showing what an actor feels...onstage
447 - They Can't All Be Gems
448 - Tick Tock
449 - A Telling Moment
450 - Why So Long? (for V-E Day)
451 - Decisions, Decisions
452 - A Possumability (Mother's Day) from year before July 18, 2014
from Book of Teas
453 - That Should Have Been My Part! (song)
454 - Not the End (for Caregivers Anonymous)
455 - Not the End (revised)
456 - What I Know? (Caregivers Anonymous)
457 - An Alarming Problem (from Day # 246)
458 - Favorite Covers
459 - Always in My Heart (duo piece)
460 - The Children of Procrastination (from Day # 95 May 18, 2014)
461 - Replacement Costs
462 - Replacement Cost (the assistant)
463 - Blurbs
464 - Where it Goes
M/F Answering an age old question
465 - Memorial Day Memories (from previous)
466 - Fireworks
467 - Not a Monologue (for Two Sisters) (duo)
for two women
468 - Two Sisters (467 renamed and revised)
469 - Sandwishes
M On the beach memories
470 - The Third Half (for Love and Math in the Time of Chemistry or Osculation)
471 - The Helper
472 - The Ringmaster
473 - Eggshell Promenade (Caregivers Anonymous)
474 - Turns (for Caregivers Anonymous)
M Teenager When is going to be his turn?
475 - Turn Around (for Caregivers Anonymous)
M Older Time goes fast, one day at a time
476 - Vacation Daze (for Caregivers Anonymous)
F A different choice when it comes to...the aliens
477 - Mom, It's Time
F older When do you know when it's time? And for what...
478 - The Night Before
479 - But...
480 - The Secret Room (revised)
481 - Clara's opening (from Wheelie)
482 - Why? (from the Cantor's Theme)
483 - The Wife (for Caregivers)
484 - Not the Wife (for Caregivers)
485 - A New Study
486 - The Banana Situation (for Two Sisters)
487 - The Banana Situation (revised for Two Sisters)
488 -Helena and Jacaranda (for (Two Sisters)
489 - A New
490 - Proof of God (for Osculation)
491 - Not Alone
492 - Beach Bus year
493 - Olivia's Audition (from An Oscar for Olivia)
494 - Kelly's Piece (from An Oscar for Olivia)
495 - My Own Prison (from The Last Boat)
496 - Life Sentences (from Last Boat)
497 - The Last Boat
498 - For Two Sisters
499 - End of Scene
500 - What's That Noise (for Two Sisters)
501 - Better Next Time (for Two Sisters)
502 - Letters I Never Sent
503 - Real Answers (for the Senior Channel)
504 - Cantaloupe Dreams
505 - Where's My Extra Second? (for the Senior Channel)
506 - Scratchy Tags (for Book of Teas)
507 - A Ben Franklin 4th (revised)
508 - Chirp
509 - The Frying Pan of Truth
510 - Un-Comiconscious (revised)
511 - The Shover (revised)
512 - The Woman Who Sold Her Soul For a Plum Tree
513 - Travel Toys (for Caregivers Anonymous)
514 - Almost the End (for Caregivers Anonymous)
515 - Drawing a Blank
516 - The Cones of Ice Cream (revised)
517 - (for Two Sisters)
518 - When is it Time? (for R
519 - The Un-Cable Guy
520 - On the Block
521 - The Worry Cafe (revised)
522 - A Midsummer Night's Rain
523 - The Promise (from Promises Kept - Kafka)
524 - A Midsummer Night's Rain (revised
525 - Shorty
526 - Your Call is Important (revised)
527 - The Fungus Among Us
528 - Independence Daze
529 - Super Bugcatcher
530 - (Two revised) Super Bugcatcher and Independence Day
531 - Nothing New (for Where's My Thank You Note?)
532 - Things That Go Break in the Night (for Book of Teas)
533 - Finally (for Crime)
F Older black When is the right time to take someone's life?
534 - Intro (for Crime)
M We meet the detective who will lead us into....crime
535 - The Ripple Effect
M 20s-30s Every action affects others.....as it ripples through our lives
536 - The Good Book of Teas (for Book of Teas)
537 - The Death Report (updated)
538 - In My Dreams....
539 - A Real Bargain
540 - Fan Club
541 - The Donkey in the Well (for Book of Teas)
542 - The End of the Story Begins (for Book of Teas)
543 - What Does It Mean To Be Gay?
544 - Over (for An Oscar for Olivia)
545 - Trapeze Artist (for Ringmaster)
546 - Fire
M younger man Ever wonder who starts a fire?
547 - Sure Tea (for Book of Teas)
548 - Big Mo
549 - The Waiter (re-run)
550 - Hidden
M Middle-aged From a true story - about someone with something very valuable...to hide.
551 - Drawing the Line
552 - Why? (for Crime)
553 - The Greater Goo (for The Senior Channel)
554 - Flight Tea (for Book of Teas)
555 - 9:50 is not ten to ten (for Book of Teas)
F older (Southern accent)
556 - Opening Scene from Trich or Treat
557 - President Bird (revised)
558 - Bird Tea (for Book of Teas)
F older Southern accent
559 - Rich
560 - What's Her Name and the Other Guy
561 - Firestarter
562 - Swirly
F teens to 20s
563 - Mining Operation
564 - Cat Days of Summer (revised)
565 - End of Summer Blues
566 - OPNA (for Caregivers Anonymous)
F Older Who needs help - we all do at one time or another.
567 - There is a Tide
568 - I'll Be Seeing You
F Older woman gives a chilling explanation about what she has seen.....and what she knows
569 - The Thin Ice Dilemma (for Caregivers Anonymous)
570 - Unwritten
571 - First Monday in September (for Labor Day)
M Politician age The most important fact about labor day is pretty simple - and, even though he's a politician, this man explains it very clearly.
572 - Rebbetzin
573 - Age of Consent
574 - 9/11 (for Radio Row- re-run)
575 - Where is It? (for the Senior Channel)
M/F Older How about a new game show - one that focuses on a real problem for seniors!
576 - The Lucky One (for 9/11)
F 30s-50s A story from 9/11 - based on a true event from that day.
577 - Instructions for Scene 1
2F Any age OK - A basic quide to an opening scene in a play - great for two actresses
578 - Erev
579 - Love Tax (for Book of Teas)
580 - Cheat Code
581 - Does This Photo Make Me Look...?
582 - Lies (the Rabbi)
M Middle-aged Eastern European accent
583 - Lies (the Rabbi's Mother)
F Older Eastern Euopean accent
584 - Of the Earth
M - any age - A salesman from a different time with a product that is vital.
585 - Stolen
F Teenage to older -
586 - No Coupon! (for Senior Channel)
F Asian accent
587 - Day of Atonement (revised)
588 - Number skipped - Done On Feb. 10 as #588 to be able to finish the year without having to change all the numbers!
589 - Summer Falls
F 20s How do you deal with the truth of a bully - when the bully comes back into your life.
590 - Don't Make in Your Pants (for Book of Teas)
591 - The Greatest Salesman
592 - Knocked Down (for Operation Firefly)
593 - Decisions, Decisions
594 - The Endless Interview
M Younger The perfect answer to the last question of the interview.
595 - Reading Journals
596 - What's the Big Deal?
M and F any age Mini-movie about what happens when just one tiny thing changes
597 - Cancelled
M/F any age Short show stopper.
598 - Seeds of Doubt (sister)
F teenage Asian
599 - Seeds of Doubt (brother)
M teenage Asian
600 - Seeds of Doubt (grandmother)
F older Asian Life has its share of strange events - but the most difficult are when family has troubles
601 - Trouble
M/F A sergeant in the army of ants tries to warn his troops of impending doom.
602 - Trying On
F 50s What if you could try on not only clothing, but emotions, too?
605 - Sandwich (for Two Sisters)
606 - Finally
607 - Finally (Joe's side)
608 - Before the Dance (part one) for whole scene, see Day 611
609 - To Do List
610 - The Last Merger
611 - Before the Dance (for Seeds of Doubt)
Three actresses Asian (teens, middle, older)
612 - Yartheit (Memorial Candle)
M Older Polish accent
613 - 613 Commandments
614 - Chicken Sitter
615 - Trevor (for Seeds of Doubt)
616 - A Walk in the Park (revised)
617 - Musical Doctors
M/F Very visual piece about....waiting.
618 - The Boat (For Seeds of Doubt)
619 - Hospital Scene (for Seeds of Doubt)
620 - Obit the Dust
M older There is sometimes a value in reading obituaries....
621 - The Trouble With Children (for Seeds of Doubt)
622 - Friends (for Seeds of Doubt)
623 - Girl on a Bus with Lawnmover (revised)
624 - Where it Belongs (for Book of Teas)
625 - Where it REALLY Belongs
626 - Second Child (wife)
627 - Second Child (husband)
628 - Night of the Expiring Coupons ( For Halloween - a Horror Story)
629 - Pruning Process
630 - Florence and the Time Machines
F older What a collection!
631 - Choices (part 1)
M younger Spanish
632 - Choices (part 2)
M younger, Spanish accent
633 - A Matter of Taste
634 - FTP!
M/F Everyone wants their 15 minutes.....
635 - Bad Seed (from Seeds of Doubt)
636 - Member of the Bored
637 - The Longest Day (for Veteran's Day)
638 - Fatty (for Where)
639 - Lucky Day (for Friday the 13th)
640 - Birds of a Feather (for Where)
641 - Laura's Story (for Where)
642 - The Woman in the Glass Ceiling (for Where)
643 - An Unusual Hobby
644 - Tinkly
645 - The Greatest Game (for Where)
646 - Magnet Man!
M 20s Sometimes getting up is hard to do....
647 - Story
M teens Will parents ever understand?
648 - Hate
F Nigerian Across the miles and oceans, love and hate are very similar
649 - Decision
650 - Guns and Vegetables
651 - Put a Lid on It
652 - Birthday Twins (revised)
653 - Hidden Seed (for Seeds of Doubt)
654 - The First Honest Commercial
M/F Any age
655 - You
F 19 A young woman in 1973 tells her mother why the NOW group is important for both of them
656 - That's Me!
657 - Darwin's String
658 - The Last Roll (revised)
659 - Once Before I Die
660 - Stand Up
661 - Stand Up (part 2)
672 Nothing But
673 The Christmas of the Ribbon Tree
674 Christmas Evie (rerun fo...
675 - The Owners
676 - Hit
677 - Heavenboat
678 - Soul Sticks (for the Winter Solstice)
679 - How to Curry Peace (revised)
680 - Breeding Grounds
681 - For Jonathan (RIP - one year later)
682 - When Death Knocked at My Door
683 - How it Flies (for Real World Science)
672 Nothing But
673 The Christmas of the Ribbon Tree
674 Christmas Evie (rerun fo...
675 - The Owners
676 - Hit
677 - Heavenboat
678 - Soul Sticks (for the Winter Solstice)
679 - How to Curry Peace (revised)
680 - Breeding Grounds
681 - For Jonathan (RIP - one year later)
682 - When Death Knocked at My Door
683 - How it Flies (for Real World Science)
684 - Growing Out of It (For Senior Channel)
M/F For older people, it's time to go....on strike!
685 - The Senior Channel (rerun)
M Older The very beginning of the Senior Channel
686 - Unplanned Obsolescence (rerun) For Senior Channel
687 - End of Year Memories - Dec. 30, 2015
M Older All spouses will identify with this - whatever gender!
688 - Countdown
M/F New Year's Eve brings on some unusual activities
689 - Secrets of Our Selves
690 - Sitting Shiva (for Two Sisters)
F-60ish F - late 50s
691 - Dress Rehearsal (for Two Sisters)
F-60ish F - late 50s
693 - The Beginning of the Story (for Uncle Ant)
694 - Your Imminence
695 - Is That What You're Wearing?
F Not young
696 - Returns of the Day (revised)
697 - After the Horse
698 - Proof of Zero
699 - The Senile Sisters
F-60ish F - late 50s
700 - Mixed Marriage (revised)
701 - The Bullet Proof
702 - Someone Else (for Caregivers Anonymous)
703 - Skip to Mai Lu (revised)
704 - Awake
705 - Dis Pair (for MLK Day)
706 - Sticky
707 - Come Fly With Me
708 - Thank you, Mom!
709 - Playing Ketchup
710 - Squashed
711 - Good For the Soul
712 - Good Enough
713 - A Tree Grows in ....(for Tu B'shvat
714 - New Inventions (for Caregivers Anonymous)
715 - Planned Adolescence
716 - You Were Right
717 - Maybe Next Time (revised)
718 - The Other Side of the Table
719 - Advanced Degree
720 - Adult Childhood (for Two Sisters)
721 - Honey (for the Queens Party)
722 - The Doubt of the Benefit
M 40s-50s A decision to be made with no easy choices.
723 - The Titanic Effect
M/F What lessons can the Titanic teach us? This person knows!
724 - Lost and Profound (rerun for Book of Teas)
725 - Highway 59
726 - Last Scene at Swedenborg Hall
F A very personal look at the last day of a special place
727 - Hide 'n Seek
M Every age plays different games
728 - The Bean Cutter's Story (3 parts -revised for Chinese New Year)
M older Chinese accent
729 - Torture!
731 - Met (for |Valentine's Day)
733 - Taken for Granted
735 - The Right Person
736 - Artist Statement
737 - I Know That One!
738 - Dark Eyes
739 - Dark Eyes (next scene)
740 - Dark Eyes (scene 3)
741 - Failure!
742 - Why I Love Guinea Pigs
743 - Walking My Brain (revised)
744 - The Letter
745 - Respect for the Ocean
746 - Fighting Chance
747 - Forever Young (for Leap Year/Sadie Hawkins Day)
F very old
748 - for Dark Eyes
749 - No Fault Lines
750 - For Osculation (Love and Math in the Time of Chemistry)
1 M/ 1 F - both teenagers
751 - Election Year (for the Senior Channel)
M/F older A new idea for a candidate
752 - What's Good For You (revised)
753 - For The Senior Channel - first show intro
M older Where the Senior Channel began - Day 1
754 - A New Restaurant Idea (for the Senior Channel)
M older Everyone has a chance on the Senior Channel - even for some unusual ideas
755 - For the Love of Women (for Ben - in honor of International Women's Day)
756 - Parallel
F older What happens when a friend disappears - right in front of you?
757 - That
M/F How one teacher can change your life
758 - Gone Bananas (for Two Sisters)
759 - Algebra Solvation (for Senior Channel)
760 - Mine
M/F A writer from a different time tells a different story about what it's like to hear your words
761 - Leprechaun Stew - (for St. Patrick's Day) re-run
762 - The Great Corned Beef Hunt (for St. Patricks' Day/Senior Channel) re-run
763 - The Eighth Train
M/F all ages accents acceptable - British/ European
764 - Decisions
Two males, one 30s, 0ne 50s One 13 year old girl A mini-one act about a break-up with a tough choice for everyone involved
765 - Too Much of a Good Thing
766 - Let Me Finish
One female/One male
767 - Let Me Finish!
One male older
768 - Psalm Psunday
769 - Wake Up and Smell the Peanut Butter
770 - A Whale of a Debate
771 - Ever (for Senior Channel)
772 - Wrong Again
773 - A Rose From Death (for Senior Channel- rerun)
774 - Real Democracy
F older black
775 - On the Anniversary of Our First Two Weeks
776 - Funny Questions
777 - New Journals (for Caregivers Anonymous)
778 - The Caped Wonder (for Caregivers Anonymous)
779 - Many Happy Returns
M older A moist look at returning.....humidifiers
780 - Short End of the Hoe (for Cesar Chavez Day revised)
781 - Early Onset (duo)
M 50s/M 70s
782 - A Day in the Life of a Caregiver (duo)
783 - A Day in the Life of a Caregiver (monologue)
784 - Reviewed
785 - Imaginary Numbers
786 - A Day in the Life of a Caregiver (duo revised)
787 - Senior Magician (for the Senior Channel)
788 - A New Home for Irv (revised)
789 - Breeding Grounds (scene 2)
790 - Breeding Grounds (monologue 1 from scene 3)
791 - Breeding Grounds (monologue 2 from scene 3)
792 - On This Day
F older black
793 - Ides of April (revised)
794 - Collection (for Senior Channel)
795 - Palmyra
M 20s Middle-Eastern accent
796 - A Great Year (for the Senior Channel)
797 - Gold Medal (for Caregivers Anonymous)
F Wouldn't it be nice to get a medal for doing the right thing?
798 - Into the Desert (for Passover - revised)
799 - Last Passover in Cairo (for Passover - revised)
800 - Cheetah
801 - Breeding Grounds (last scene)
802 - Misplaced (for Caregivers Anonymous)
803 - The Joy of Sox (revised)
804 - 10,000 Hours (for Osculation)
805 - YAB
F older Southern accent This lady knows what's ailing you - and she has a good solution.
806 - 25 Words or Less
M/F any age It's hard to describe something....especially when the limit is only 25 words!
807 - Memories (from Early Onset)
808 - Night of Magic (for Walpurgis Night)
809 - The Mel Brooks Prophecy
810 - Day Job
811 - Drownded is Drownded (revised)
812 - Paid (for Caregivers Anonymous)
813 - A Day in the Life of a Caregiver (for Caregivers Anonymous) 2 minute version
814 - The Other Side of the Story
815 - The Original Coming Out Party
816 - Growing Out
817 - Numbers (for Osculation)
818 - I Wonder (re-run for Holocaust Remembrance Day)
819 - Capitulation (for the Senior Channel)
820 - The Fallen (for Caregivers Anonymous)
821 - A Day That Changed My Life (for Senior Channel)
822 - Turns Around (for Caregivers Anonymous)
823 - To Tell or Not to Tell
824 - Your Cheating Part
825 - Solve for Me (for Osculation)
826 - No More CW Post
827 - Into Every Life (from Book of Teas)
828 - Victim (for Senior Channel)
829 - Havdalah
830 - Triage (for Memorial Day)
831 - Mummy Dearest (for Senior Channel) revised
832 - Coffee and Dreams
833 - A New Candidate
834 - Death By Mail (revised)
835 - A Promotional Date
836 - Memorial Day Memories (rerun) for Senior Channel
837 - Bubble Theory
838 - Thank you note....(for Memorial Day)
839 - Out of the Box
The following month will be 30 monologues under 30 seconds - taken from earlier monologues that have been edited to read under 30 seconds (actual performance time will depend on the actor, staging, audience, etc.
840 - My Fault (30-second version)
841 - Your Call is Important to Us! (30-second version)
842 - The Invisible Monologue (30-second version)
843 - The Whispering Sad (30-second)
844 - The Night Before (D- Day) 30 -second version
845 - Election Day Winner (30- second version)
846 - Satellite Selfie (30- second version)
847 - Rollercoaster (30- second version)
848 - The True Cost (from THE THIRD PARTY - 30 second version)
849 - Tightrope (from The Ringmaster - 30 second version)
850 - The Crown of Rightness (30-second version)
F any age The words every woman wants to hear!
851 - Fire (30 second version)
852 - A Good Day for a Hanging (30 second version)
853 - Senior Channel's Mystery Theater (30 second version)
854 - Senior Channel's Mystery Theater (full-lenth version)
855 - Kokura Luck (30 second version)
F Asian 60s
856 - Frozen Moments (30 second version)
857 - The Fear Factor (30 second version)
M older Be afraid...be very afraid....
858 - Washed Up
859 - Who's Whining Now?
860 - Father's Daze
861 - Disguised
862 - Chances Are
863 - 1352 Sabbaths
864 - The Juggler
865 - When Death Knocked at My Door (30-second version)
866 - Let Me Finish
867 - The Right Person
868 - Fault Lines
869 - Free at Last
870 - Just a Test (30 second version)
871 - (from Locker Room Changes)
872 - (from Locker Room Changes)
873 - Locker Room Changes
874 - Unasked Questions (for Caregivers Anonymous)
875 - Photo Bomb
876 - Hero (revised)
877 - Crazy Talk
878 - The Newest Oldest
879 - The Newest Oldest - Emiline's monologue
880 - The Implication of Vanilla (revised)
881 - Last Daze (for Caregivers)
882 - Return of the Ding Dongs (30 second)
883 - An Annoying Wine (revised)
884 - Slow Train Coming (revised)
885 - Best Day Ever
886 - Masked
887 - On Line Friends
888 - The Devil's Day
889 - Time to Care (for Caregivers Anonymous)
890 - Death By...(revised)
891 - Call Now! (revised)
892 - Blocked Party
893 - Really (for Caregivers Anonymous)
894 - Forgetting (for Caregivers Anonymous)
895 - The Gap Theory (revised)
896 - Not to Worry
897 - Reminder - Carrot Under Couch!
898 - Origins (for Caregivers Anonymous)
899 - When Does the Day Begin? (revised for Caregivers Anonymous)
900 - The Case of the Missing Gnomes (for Mr. Lemonhead)
901 - Virgil's Reasoning (for Mr. Lemonhead)
902 - Jenga Time
903 - AAAHHHHH! (for Caregivers Anonymous)
904 - Baby Moons (revised)
905 - Only a Minute (for the Senior Channel)
906 - Listen
907 - No Bother
908 - Hope Street (revised)
909 - Last Straw (for Caregivers Anonymous)
910 - Senior College (for Senior Channel)
911 - Old New Friends (for Caregivers Anonymous)
912 - Tempted Murder
913 - Cat Days of Summer (for Ben) revised
914 - Underestimating Intelligence (for Tempted Murder)
915 - Pencil Shavings (male)
916 - Pencil Shavings (female)
917 - Flopping Fish (for Caregivers Anonymous)
918 - What Day is it Today? (revised)
919 - Next (opening from movie)
920 - In Order of Appearance (revised)
921 - But Who's Counting?
922 - Escape from Storage Unit (revised)
923 - Happy...
924 - In My Dreams (from the play)
925 - The Ignorance of Bliss (for Senior Channel)
926 - Last T-shirt
927 - Opening Scene for Caregivers Anonymous (revised)
928 - The Un-graduate (revised)
929 - Thank You for Caregivers
930 - I am a Washing Machine (revised)
931 - I Can Wait (for untitled play)
932 - Frozen (opening scene revised)
933 - Patience (for untitled play)
934 - The God Forbid List (for The Senior Channel)
935 - Rich (30-second version)
936 - Ben's List of Virtues (for BEN)
937 - Belabor Day (revised)
938 - The Universe - Love It or Leave It!
939 - (Don't) Let it Go!
940 - A Hundred Million Monologues (with apologies to Flower Drum Song)
941 - Don't Let It Go! (30-second version)
942 - The Lucky One (revised for 9/11)
943 - No Conflict!
944 - Serving Time (revised)
945 - How Long Does It Take?
946 - Just So (revised)
947 - Let it Go...or Not!
948 - It's a Gas (for Ben)
949 - Around the Block (revised)
950 - Forget Me Knot
951 - Summer Falls (revised)
952 - Something Old, Something New
953 - Maybellene
954 - Eight Minutes
955 - Teaching Cats (revised for Book of Teas)
956 - The Man With Two Cocks (Warning - no sexual content!)
957 - Night Stallion (revised)
958 - Easy (for Caregivers Anonymous)
959 - First Draft (Caregivers Anonymous)
960 - Voting Writes (for the Senior Channel)
961 - The Thing Ice Dilemma (for Caregivers - revised)
962 - Rememberies
963 - Apple and Honey (for Rosh Hashanah)
964 - It Socks!
965 - Getting Help (Caregivers Anonymous)
966 - Squeezed (for Caregivers Anonymous)
967 - Flexible (Caregivers Anonymous)
968 - Me, Three!
969 - In the Same Boat (for Caregivers Anonymous)
970 - Days of Some Awe
971 - Immortality
972 - Too Much (for Erev Yom Kippur)
973 - Yizkor (for Yom Kippur)
974 - Immorality (for Book of T's)
975 - Nightmares of the Heart
976 - No Laughing Matter
977 - Endings
978 - Sukkos Butterflies
979 - Election Day Winner
980 - Life Lesson # 269 - Do Not Walk Away From the Grilled Cheese
981 - A Brief History of Forever
982 - The Queer List
983 - Birds of Pray
984 - Winning Season
985 - Hesitation
986 - The Clock (Chapter 1)
987 - Asked
988 - Pinned (revised)
989 - True Confessions of a Modern Day Scheherezade
990 - The First Reading
991 - Halloweenie
992 - No Matter What
993 - What's in a Number?
994 - Stretched
995 - Around the World
996 - Callbacks
997 - Saver
998 - So?
999 - Upside Down (scene 1)
1000 - And the Winner Is....(for Election Day)
1001 - Holding Pattern (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1002 - The End of the World as We Know It
1003 - Not So Secret Ballot (for Election Day)
1005 - Horse monologue
1006 - Jigsaw
1007 - No Strings (for Suicide Prevention Hotline)
1008 - Before
1009 - Lost
1010 - Answers to Songs
1011 - Saved From the Fire
1012 - Future Freak Show
1013 - The Department of Time
1014 - The Society of Ever After
1015 - Paws to Say Thanks (for Thanksgiving)
1016 - Every (for Thanksgiving)
1017 - My Favorite Present (rerun)
1018 - For Those
1019 - Something About a Party
1020 - The Face
1021 - Finally! (one-act)
1022 - Ben (final scene)
1023 - The Shortest Monologue
1024 - The Sniffing of the Turkey (for Thanksgiving)
1025 - Get a Cold
1026 - Ago
1027 - The Other Side of the Crash
1028 - Save the Universe!
1029 - This is No Drill (for Pearl Harbor)
1030 - Mothers and Daughters (for one-act)
1031 - The Free Bag Lady
1032 - Dead Hit
1033 - Who Takes Care? (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1034 - When I Was a We (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1035 - Believing is Seeing
1036 - One Little Mistake
1037 - Rue and Tansy (updated)
1038 - Dream Time
1039 - Done (3rd scene)
1040 - The Price We Pay
1041 - The Devil in the Donut Shop
1042 - Shortest Night
1043 - Accident
1044 - Alphonso and the Flying Tomatoes
1045 - Christmas Evie
1046 - Christmas of the Ribbon Tree
1047 - A Great Miracle Happened There
1048 - The List (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1049 - How to Curry Peace
1050 - For Carrie
1051 - The Next Day
1052 - Penultimate
1053 - Daily Dilemma (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1054 - New Opening (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1055 - Expiration Date
1056 - Pirate Daze
1057 - A Dolphin's Tale
1058 - A Dolphin's Tale (another scene)
1059 - Real Troubles
1060 - Entanglement (for Osculation)
1061 - Misery is a Gift
1062 - No Mistakes (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1063 - Birthdays!
1064 - Suppose (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1065 - The Busy Bee (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1067 - Just Suppose (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1069 - No More Pets (for the Senior Channel)
1070 - Mixed Marriage (one-act)
1071 - Laura's monologue (from Mixed Marriage)
1072 - The Lady and ...the Chicken
1073 - 62 Days (for the Inauguration of the President)
1074 - Getting it On
1075 - Due to Circumstances
1076 - My Life in Cars (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1077 - The Tester
1078 - The Return of Savannah (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1079 - Earrings (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1080 - The Magic of Caregiving (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1081 - I Hate Jews! (one-act)
1082 - I Hate Jews! (the monologue)
1083 - Chances Are Good (for Senior Channel)
1084 - For Archival Purposes Only
1085 - Genesis (one-act)
1086 - Lost
1087 - Sitting Shiva (one-act)
1088 - Second Child (one-act)
1089 - Notes on the First Rehearsal
1090 - In The Soup
1091 - Year Four Approaches
1098 - Time Challenges
1099 - When Was President's Day?
1100 - Into the Jaws (For Osculation)
1101 - Final Story
1102 - Thank You Notes
1103 - Revision
1104 - The Joy of Pain (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1105 - Cancelled
1106 - Invincible
1107 - Let Me Call You Sweetheart
1108 - Max's Story (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1109 - Rick's Story (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1110 - The Infield
1111 - Terry's Side (Caregivers Anonymous)
1112 - Soft Landing (from Caregivers Anonymous)
1113 - Clark (Caregivers Anonymous)
1114 - Dress Rehearsal
1115 - Helping Hands (from Caregivers Anonymous)
1116 - More Secrets
1117 - Morning Routine (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1118 - Before and After
1119 - SO NOT
1120 - Looking Forward
1121 - I Like Boys!
1122 - Blank Page
1123 - Esther and the Pimple (for Purim)
1124 - Not Gonna Be Me (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1125 - Ride of the Caregivers (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1126 - Something About
1127 - Future Games
M/F What if you had a competition - and the result pleased everyone? The future is coming....
1128 - You Don't Understand! (30 second version)
1129 - Two for St. Patrick's Day
1130 - Dinner With the Devil (with Momma)
M Southern accent Undertaker takes on a new problem
1131 - The Fifth Root
F British accent 40s, looks younger Sometimes a problem needs a different angle
1132 - Not My Audition
F An audition is sometimes not what you expect - or the person you expect
1133 - Is the Sky Blue? (for Osculation)
1134 - End of the Rope (for Caregivers Anonymous)
1135 - Don't Make Me Laugh
1136 - Three
1137 - Grave Sight
1138 - Coping Skills
1139 - Sunrise, Sunset
1140 - Favorite (Caregivers)
1141 - Everything
1143 - Borrowed
1144 - April Fool's Gold
1145 - Three (one-act)
1146 - Geometry of Lines in the Sand (for Osculation)
1148 - Just Rewards
1149 - Osculation (last scene)
1150 - Osculation (last scene continued)
1151 - Psalm Psunday
1152 - Just Desert
1153 - Still (for Osculation)
1154 - The Juggler Returns (for RINGMASTER)
1155 - Phony Calls
1156 - Apology
1157 - No Apologies
1158 - A Rose From Death (for Senior Channel)
1159 - The Missing Element (for Osculation)
1160 - About Love and Math (Osculation)
1161 - Mirror Man
1162 - Vice Squad
1163 - The Stand-In
1164 - More from The Stand-In
1165 - Addiction (from The Stand-in)
1166 - I Wonder
1167 - DreamRecorder dot com
1168 - The Fallen
1169 - What If?
1170 - For A Good Time....Call
1171 - Curtains Speech
1172 - The Show Might Go On
1173 - Maybe Day (for Senior Channel)
1174 - Boo- Hoo!
1175 - Hellbent
1176 - Cinco
1177 - One Word
1178 - Closing Night
1179 - Not Gonna Be Me (group Caregivers)
1180 - And Have It Too....