Monologues for Young Actors (under age 20)
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PlayAuthorCollection titleAct/scene/lineCall no.CharacterAge (race/ethnicity/nationality)Opening wordsEstimated duration (in minutes)
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Agamemon AeschylusAct I, Line 1256882-AeschylusCassamdrayoungOh, flame and...2:00
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AntigoneSophoclesAct I, Line 891882-SophoclesAntigoneyoungO tomb, O marriage...2:00
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ElectraEuripidesAct I, Line 112488.6421-EuripidesElectrayoungQuicken the foot's rush...2:00
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ElectraEuripidesAct I, Line 299488.6421-EuripidesElectrayoungI will tell if I must...1:30
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ElectraSophoclesAct I, Line 87882-SophoclesElectrayoung.O Holy Light...1:30
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ElectraSophoclesAct I, Line 254882-SophoclesElectrayoungWomen, I am so ashamed...2:30
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ElectraSophoclesAct I, Line 341882-SophoclesElectrayoungIt is strange indeed....1:30
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ElectraSophoclesActI, Line 431882-SophoclesElectrayoungMy dear one, not a morsel...2:00
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ElectraSophoclesAct I, Line 558882-SophoclesElectrayoungI will tell you...2:30
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Henry IV, Part 1Shakespeare, WilliamAct II, Scene 3, Line 38822.33-W1 ShakespeareLady PercyyoungO my good lord, why are...1:00
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Iphigenia In AulisEuripidesAct I, Line 1211882-EuripidesIphigeniayoungO my father, if I had...3:00
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Iphigenia In AulisEuripidesAct I, Line 1278882-EuripidesIphigeniayoungO pitiable am I...3:00
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Iphigenia In AulisEuripidesAct I, Line 1367882-EuripidesIphigeniayoungMother, now lisen to my words...3:00
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The Libation BearersAeschylusAct I, Line 183882-AeschylusElectrayoungThe bitterwas has surged...1:30
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MedeaEuripidesAct I, Line 214882-EuripidesMedeayoungWomen of Corinth, I have come...2:00
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MedeaEuripidesAct I. Line 365882-EuripidesMedeayoungThings have gone badly...2:30
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MedeaEuripidesAct I, Line 465882-EuripidesMedeayoungO coward in every way..2:30
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MedeaEuripidesAct I, Line 764882-EuripidesMedeayoungGod, and God's daughter...2:30
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MedeaEuripidesAct I, Line 869882-EuripidesMedeayoungJason, I beg you to be...2:00
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MedeaEuripidesAct I, Line 1021882-EuripidesMedeayoungO children, O my children...3:00
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The Merchant Of VeniceShakespeare, WilliamAct III, Scene 2, Line 42822.33-P3 ShakespearePortiayoungAway then! I am locked...1:00
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The Merchant Of VeniceShakespeare, WilliamAct IV, Scene 1, Line 189822.33-P3 ShakespearePortiayoungThe qualilty of mercy is not strained...1:00
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OrestesEuripidesAct I, Scene 1, Line 1882-EuripidesElectrayoungThere is no form of anguish...4:00
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OrestesEuripidesAct I, Line 959882-EuripidesElectrayoungO country of Pelasgia...2:30
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Prometheus BoundAeschylusAct I, Line 640882-AeschylusLoyoungI know not how I should...2:00
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Richard IIIShakespeare, WilliamAct I, Scene 2, Line 1822.33-X5 ShakespeareLady AnneyoungSet down, set down your honorable load...1:30
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Romeo And JulietShakespeare, WilliamAct II, Scene 2, Line 90822.33-U3 ShakespeareJulietyoungThou knowest the mask...1:00
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Romeo And JulietShakespeare, WilliamAct III, Scene 2, Line 1822.33-U3 ShakespeareJulietyoungGallop apace, you fiery-footed steeds...1:15
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Romeo And JulietShakespeare, WilliamAct Iv, Scene 3, Line 15822.33-U3 ShakespeareJulietyoungFarewell! God knows when...1:45
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The Trojan Women EuripidesAct I, Line 308882-EuripidesCassandrayoungLift up, heave up; carry the flame...1:30
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The Trojan Women EuripidesAct I, Line 353882-EuripidesCassandrayoungO mother, star my hair with flowers...3:00
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The Trojan Women EuripidesAct I, Line 634882-EuripidesAndromacheyoungO mother, our mother, hear me...3:00
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The Trojan Women EuripidesAct I, Line 740882-EuripidesAndromacheyoungO darling child I loved too well...2:30
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The Trojan Women EuripidesAct I, Line 914882-EuripidesHelenyoungPerhaps it will make no difference...2:30
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The Winter's TaleShakespeare, WilliamAct III, Scene 2, Line 23822.33-R3 ShakespeareHermioneyoungSince what I am to say must be but...1:30
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The Winter's TaleShakespeare, WilliamAct III, Scene 2, Line 193822.33-R3 ShakespearePaulinayoungWhat studied torments, tyrant...1:15
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