Male Monologue Collection Volume 2

Monologues are a rite of passage. A test of an actor’s metal. A tool to sharpen one’s teeth with. A challenge.

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Monologues are a rite of passage. A test of an actor’s metal. A tool to sharpen one’s teeth with. A challenge. The Male Monologue Collection Volume 2 features 20 monologues gleaned from Playlab’s extensive catalogue of Australian plays, including:

Chasing the Lollyman (Mark) by Mark Sheppard

The Dead Devils of Cockle Creek (Mickey) by Kathryn Marquet

Deadly Eh?! (Jordan) by Sue Rider

A Doll’s House (Torvald) by Henrik Ibsen in a new version by Lally Katz

Escape from the Breakup Forest! (Curley) by Steve Pirie

Food (Hakan) by Steve Rogers

Gaybies (Daniel) by Dean Bryant

Hedonism’s Second Album (Sumo) by David Burton and Claire Christian

I Love You, Bro (Johnny) by Adam JA Cass

Kryptonite (Dylan) by Sue Smith

Music (Gavin) by Jane Bodie

Old Man (Daniel) by Matthew Whittet

Pale Blue Dot (Joel) by Kathryn Marquet

Pale Blue Dot (Joel) by Kathryn Marquet

The Pineapple Queen (William )by Norman Price

Prize Fighter (Kadogo) by Future D. Fidel

Proppa Solid (Uncle Hully) by Steven Oliver

Savages (Runt) by Patricia Cornelius

The Sublime (Dean) by Brendan Cowell

The Sublime (Liam) by Brendan Cowell

This Heaven (Ducky) by Nakkiah Lui

Trollop (Erik) by Maxine Mellor

A Female Monologue Collection is also available

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