The SOLO Monologue Series Story Submission

The SOLO Monologue Series is a dynamic project by Harkins House Productions. Using the real experiences of everyday people, SOLO will craft these stories into dramatic monologues, which will be performed primarily by those individuals during a special showcase. After submitting the full story or story details here, it will be reviewed by Chandra Kamaria, Producer/Director. If selected, the submitter will be contacted for further preparation.

*Must be 18 years of age to submit.

For more information about HHP or SOLO, visit the website: http://www.harkinshouse.net

    Contact Information

    Please note that your contact information will not be shared or sold to any third parties. It will be held confidential and used primarily for the purposes of this project. Contact information will be discarded if your story submission is not selected.
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    Story Submission

    Stories MUST be real life experiences. No stories will be accepted that are part of another creative work (ie. poem, book, novel, television show, film, screenplay, stage play, etc.). The stories must have the ability to convey a specific message. You must be willing to relearn and deliver the story as a dramatic monologue, if selected. The themes for story submissions are as follows: 1. My First Loves: Stories about experiences with falling in love (person, place, or thing) for the first time. 2. Sitting At the Feet of Our Elders: Stories about experiences with Black elders in your family or community. 3. Funny How Life Works: Stories of life experiences with a strong comedic edge but contain a life affirming message. 4. Redemption Song: Stories of life experiences that involve difficult challenges but resulted in redemption. Think seriously about your life to determine the most unique and interesting experience. Bear in mind that the story details DO NOT have to be perfect here. We are looking for the overall concept to discern if it will make for a great monologue.
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