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The Hiv Monologues

Author : Patrick Cash
ISBN : 9781786820655
Genre : Drama
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He’s just your type. But hold on. He’s about to tell you he’s got HIV. How will you respond emotionally? Brush it aside and practise safe sex? Go on to a deeper relationship? Or do you walk away? It’s not easy for him either. He’s falling in love with you, by declaring his health status he risks an end to the relationship when it’s hardly begun. In THE HIV MONOLOGUES four characters live and work in a world occupied by the virus which brings danger and stigma. Two of them fall in love: Nick has the virus, Alex doesn’t. But in the shadow of HIV can their new-found relationship survive? In these eloquently interwoven and often funny monologues Patrick Cash invites you to explore these feelings of living with a virus that attacks the emotions as well as the body.
Category: Drama

The Angina Monologues

Author : Rosamund Kendal
ISBN : 9781770098121
Genre : Fiction
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The story of three very different women finding courage, love, and compassion in the most unlikely places, this narrative follows medical interns as they work in a rural South African hospital. Spoiled Rachel struggles to establish her independence and learns to love across the cultural divide; conservative Seema attempts to end a relationship that has become increasingly abusive; and street-savvy Nomsa finally accepts a past that she has spent a lifetime denying. Coping with rogue snakes, gang assassinations, and the public's denial of AIDS, these women demonstrate what it takes to be a doctor in South Africa.
Category: Fiction

The Chemsex Monologues

Author : Patrick Cash
ISBN : 9781786820068
Genre : Drama
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The Chemsex Monologues explore the sexual, high world of the chillouts through six different characters. A nameless narrator meets a sexy boy on a Vauxhall night out, who introduces him to G’s pleasures; the poster boy for Room Service gets taken to Old Mother Meth’s place by a porn star; Fag Hag Cath is finding the chillouts have become more about the sex; Daniel is a sexual health worker who does community outreach in thesaunas; and the nameless narrator meets up with his sexy boy again in different circumstances. Explicit, funny and touching, The Chemsex Monologues display a realm that is sometimes dark, but populated by very real, loveable human beings.
Category: Drama

Audition Speeches For Black South Asian And Middle Eastern Actors Monologues For Women

Author : Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway
ISBN : 9781474229258
Genre : Drama
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Audition Speeches for Black, South Asian and Middle Eastern Actors: Monologues for Women aims to provide new and exciting audition and showcase material for actresses of black, African American, South Asian and Middle Eastern heritage. Featuring the work of international contemporary playwrights who have written powerful and diverse roles for a range of actors, the collection is edited by Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway. Categorized by age-range, the monologues are collected in groups of characters playable by actresses in their teens, twenties, thirties and forties+, and include work from over 25 top-class dramatists including Sudha Bhuchar, Jackie Sibblies Drury, Marcus Gardley, Mona Mansour and Naomi Wallace. Audition Speeches for Black, South Asian and Middle Eastern Actors: Monologues for Women is the go-to resource for contemporary monologues and speeches for auditions. Ideal for aspiring and professional actresses, it allows performers to enhance their particular strengths and prepare for roles featuring characters of specific ethnic backgrounds.
Category: Drama

American Theatre Book Of Monologues For Women

Author : Stephanie Coen
ISBN : UOM:39015060005637
Genre : Drama
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These monologue books present the best audition pieces for actors selected from over 80 plays first published in American Theatre magazine since 1985. The magazine has published many of the most important contemporary American plays over the last 15 years, including Angels in America, Three Tall Women, M. Butterfly, Talk Radio, The Baltimore Waltz, Buried Child, to name a few. --
Category: Drama

The Best Men S Stage Monologues Of 1999

Author : Jocelyn Beard
ISBN : UCSC:32106017311496
Genre : Performing Arts
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Gathers selections from plays suitable for use as audition monologues.
Category: Performing Arts


Author : Clare Wallace
ISBN : PSU:000062568319
Genre : Acting
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Category: Acting

The Best Women S Stage Monologues Of 2006

Author : D. L. Lepidus
ISBN : 1575255553
Genre : Drama
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This latest in Smith and Kraus¿s popular series contains only material from published, readily available plays, all first published or produced in 2005¿2006, and most appropriate for use by student actors and working actors in need of audition material.A partial list:Sez She Jane MartinShakespeare in Hollywood Ken LudwigWild Turkeys Don NigroThe Dear Boy Dan O'Brien99 Histories Julia ChoTatjana in Color Julia JordanIn the Continuum Danai Gurira and Nikkole SalterThose Who Can, Do Brighde MullinsRomeo To Go Jonathan RandThe Scene Theresa RebeckShow People Paul WeitzD. L. LEPIDUS is a freelance critic and editor who has covered the New York theater scene for more than twenty-five years. Since 1993, his work has appeared in theater columns for Chelsea Clinton News and the Westsider.
Category: Drama

Theatre Record

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133490420
Genre : Theater
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Category: Theater

The Best Women S Stage Monologues Of 1996

Author : Jocelyn Beard
ISBN : UCSC:32106017219079
Genre : Drama
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Another volume of this best-selling scene book. All scenes are excerpted from the plays from the 1995 theatrical season. Includes selections from: The Ends of The Earth, Molly Sweeny, Lesbian's Last Pizza, Losers of the Big Picture, Slaughter City, Yankee Kugel, and Fragments. Playwright/Editor Jocelyn A. Beard, a veteran of NYU's film school and the Yale School of Drama, has edited almost forty monologue books for Smith and Kraus. Her Screenplay, Igor and the Lunatics, was made into a feature film and subsequently listed in Heavy Metal magazine as "One of the 10 Sleaziest Movies Ever Made!" Notwithstanding, Jocelyn lives in an old haunted house in the Hudson River Valley with her husband, Kevin Kitowski, their beautiful daughter, Blythe, and lots of dogs.
Category: Drama

Abject Art

Author : Jack Ben-Levi
ISBN : UOM:39015032621438
Genre : Abject art
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Category: Abject art

161 One Minute Monologues From Literature

Author : John Capecci
ISBN : UOM:39015073880976
Genre : Drama
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This collection offers short, fresh monologues drawn from sources other than plays, and we're very happy with the wide variety of works we've gathered-161 of them-for use in auditions, classes, competitions, or simply, for your reading pleasure. But, perhaps our title is a bit misleading. Certainly, you'll find many great monologues here from "literature": novels, novellas, short stories, poems, and short-short stories. But when you search for monologue material outside the usual world of dramatic literature, you begin to see and hear-as we did-monologues everywhere: in blogs, essays, creative nonfiction, online journals, memoirs, op ed pieces, oral histories, even in e-mail spam. And all of these forms are represented in this collection. Are they all "literature"? We'll sidestep that question and simply say that each text was chosen because it is everything a monologue should be: a short, self-contained, well-written excerpt that features a unique voice or character, and contains some change in thought, emotion, or action. Each offers an intriguing glimpse into the mind or life of a captivating persona. Literature? Who cares? They're good monologues. How to use this book. At the back of this volume, you'll find all 161 monologues indexed according to age, tone, and voice, to help identify those most suited to your needs: Age is noted exactly only when specified by the author. More often, we've indicated an age range (20s, 20s-30s). In some instances, we've used a plus sign to show the character could be older than indicated, as in 40+. Use our suggested ranges as a general guide. Tone refers to whether a monologue falls into one of the following general categories: comic, dramatic, or seriocomic.
Category: Drama

I Am Not This Person

Author : Beth Batson
ISBN : 0692166912
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Synopsis:People speak the unspoken through a series of seven monologues about living, loving and hating with HIV/AIDS. With a mix of humor and pathos, these stories present the diverse experiences of victims, family members and lovers as they are damaged by the disease physically, emotionally or both. Characters range from Zab (E-l-i-ZAB-e-t-h), a pretty sorority girl who spent an Atlanta spring with a man from "life's other side" and now lives with a toxic secret, to Juan, a Hispanic man in his seventies who is bitter as he mourns the treatment of his son who died in an AIDS ward in the Castro District of San Francisco three decades ago. An enchanting "seer" named Robin Goodfellow moves the audience from scene to scene with his well-placed quips and anecdotes.Poignant and authentic voices communicate the wounds and the mysteries that manifest in the scourge of this cruel, still-raging disease. In this cautionary tale, each story has its own plot arc as the characters reveal the reason they must say: "I am not this person."