Ryan speaks to his parents.
One-Act 10 min , A man and wife have a horrible argument over the wife's affair with an illegal immigrant. It doesn't turn out quite the way you'd expect Kelly lets her down as easily as she knows how. The same cut, the same beautiful purple-plum color, so rich, but light at the same time. Then you haven't been there lately. Meet Bingo, he's out of his element but attempting to pay his respects to a former love. Like, literally, day dreaming about tasting one.
Did you see it? Did you see him charge? Dad—did you see him charge? Did you know that?
It was just the tent pack that fell off the jeep, but—man…It could have been us! Plus, when you guys fell asleep last night, I played on my Kindle for 4 hours and got to level 5 in Geometry Dash Meltdown! I knew a safari would be cool.
The keys are in the ignition, the doors are locked. The window is open about 1 inch. I might not be good at it, but remember how long it took me to tie my shoes? I just kept practicing. Well, my strength is also my weakness, I guess. Look at how that came to bite you, Mom. Because you know all it would take is for me to put this Sienna in reverse. Just back it out of the driveway nice and slow or maybe not nice and slow. Maybe fast and furious or whatever Jenna is standing in the hallway of her house.
There is broken glass on the floor. You know that, right? It was an accident! You were…were you my age? No boy has given me flowers yet. Click for the entire play, Holding Ginger, from which the "Livvy's Vase" monologue comes. Clark is a young man in his late teens or twenties. He is the sales clerk at a gift shop on a small isolated island. Grace, a beautiful customer, has convinced him to give her a free disposable camera, and to wrap it with a roll of wrapping paper from his store.
He is smitten with her, beyond rational thought, and does what she asks. He has been wrapping the camera for her, but has been distracted by her beauty. Lock the door, maybe? Would that be alright with you? If I did that? No one will come here anyway. No one on this island stays out past 4: Click for the complete play Poorly Wrapped the one-act play which the "Locking the Store" monologue comes from. Stephanie is a teenager who does not have many friends in her community or school.
She is in her bedroom and speaks to her stuffed animals. I know I ask a lot of you, but I hope you all realize, I notice everything. Every tiny smile, every command obeyed, every sacrifice given. Stand up straight, please.
I said, stand up! Would you like the whole town to see you in a wrinkled band uniform? You have a mission, a purpose—and while you may not be here to witness the difference you make, know that I will. Mary has finally agreed to marry the large, ugly, boring Mr. While she does not love him, she would hate for his offer to go to her younger sisters and see one of them married before she.
Additionally, her neighbors have not received an offer of marriage, and she looks forward to holding this over them. While she dreads a life with Mr. Watts, she looks forward to the riches and society gatherings a marriage affords. She reminds him of what he owes to her, and becomes increasingly excited and demanding as she imagines her life with him. Remember the pinmoney—two hundred a year!
And remember I am to have a new carriage hung as high as the Duttons', and blue spotted with silver.
And I shall expect a new saddle horse, a suit of fine lace, and an infinite number of the most valuable jewels. Diamonds such as never were seen! And pearls, rubies, emeralds and beads out of number. You must set up your phaeton which must be cream colored with a wreath of silver flowers round it. You must buy four of the finest Bays in the kingdom and you must drive me in it every day. This is not all. You must entirely new furnish your house after my taste.
You must hire two more footmen to attend me, two women to wait on me, must always do just as I please and make a very good husband. Click for the entire play, The Other Three Sisters , the one-act play from which the "Mary's Expectations" monologues comes. She is one hour late to their dinner, and implores him to understand this is not her fault and no reflection of how much she likes him. I thought—remember yesterday, you said 7? I thought we were still meeting at 7. I pause Dan…I really like you. I like how you take me to vegan restaurants when I know you love steak.
Click below for the complete monologue of Maybe the Next iOs Update. Chloe tries to convince her mom she has matured since she let her pet fish die, and now she is ready to take care of a puppy. Swimmie died, but this is different. Swimmie was weird as soon as we got him. Half the time he swam backwards, remember? I did try to feed him—most of the time. You know, right before dinner, if I was smelling your macaroni and cheese cooking or maybe you were making that dessert with cherry and chocolate I love? Or even if it was that gross pot roast that stinks up the house.
I had to think of food because I was smelling it. Or most days anyway. Ok, Amy, yeah, it looks bad. When you think about it. You forgot that when you saw me—let me just go on. It is around Christmas time.
You did a really bad job last year. Girls like to build things too. You give my brother, like, 4 Lego packages and you give me, what? A stuffed dog, a stuffed rabbit with a baby rabbit, a stuffed kangaroo with a baby kangaroo and a…what was the other one? Do you know how bored those poor babies are who only have stuffed animals? He is speaking to Penny, the coworker he has been assigned to give a gift to.
He has just given her his gift and she is not impressed. What did you expect? Me to knit a scarf? And Gerald has his own woodworking shop in his garage. He built his kids a huge wooden fire truck. They can stand inside of it and it has a real hose installed.. They keep it in their driveway all summer. So his handcrafted Frank-shaped nutcracker is nothing for him.
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I know the rules of Secret Santa this year were that we had to make our own gift. Sarah left me right on Halloween. I tell her Joey was starting to open a pack of Skittles after he brushed his teeth, so I had him save it for the next day. I say I doubt that, but she keeps going on about it, so I shrug it off and let her get it out of her system. Joey has enough candy A church Age range: SAM, a boy, years old, is playing the part of a shepherd in a Christmas Pageant.
It is the night of the performance and he, along with other shepherds, have been playing outside in the mud in their costumes.
They have returned to the church, moments before the performance is about to start and the pageant director is not happy. Sam speaks to the Pageant director, Mrs. If it was raining? And you told us to really try to think like our character, like, what would a shepherd be doing if he was just out there with the sheep all day? And like, I think, a shepherd would probably be playing. Skyler speaks to her friends about Hannah, a girl in their dance class, who is far from pretty. She pities poor Hannah being stuck with so many beautiful girls and illustrates just how ugly Hannah truly is.
She has the idea to give her a make-over, but does not think any makeover could bring her even close to the extremely high caliber of the other beautiful girls. She comes to the realization that the only way to make Hannah appear prettier, is to make the pretty girls uglier. She recognizes this will be a challenge, as well, but they will not shy away from a challenge.
No, seriously, I do, because I have, like, a really high level of empathy. So think of walking in to school every day like that, and worse, oh my god, worse, our dance class, right?
Everyone is so pretty in that class. Her poor face…oh my God, her poor hair and skin and eyes. Look, you guys know I think everyone is beautiful in their own way. You saw what my shirt said yesterday, right? You know I hold true to my convictions. The standard in our class is just too high. You know how-- Click below to purchase the entire monologue: Ben is a boy of about 14, who is in the marching band at school.
A bully has stolen one of his crutches, and he now speaks to a friend, Mike. I know marching band is competitive, especially for the hockey team, but I had a good feeling about it all morning. But he ran up to me from across the street. And he knocked my stand over and grabbed one of my crutches. Anyway, now I have to sort of hop and walk to get anywhere. And since you have that crutch you used in fourth grade when you were Tiny Tim, I was wondering if I could maybe borrow it. A home Age range: They are speaking to their mother, pleading their case of why a baby skunk would make a good pet for their household.
Jenny makes the case of how cute they are. Alexa points out how she usually thinks Jenny is wrong, but in this case, she agrees and they must have a baby skunk. Deirdre emphasizes how having a baby skunk will unite the three sisters, in getting along with each other, as well as learning responsibility. It is such a clear case to the sisters.
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