A diverse and exciting collection of monologues suitable for all women. These can be performed in any order for a complete evening of entertainment. Also suitable for online performances.
Included in this collection:
Theodate Pope was the last survivor to be rescued from the water after the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915. In this moving monologue she tells of her experience.
A true gift of a part for an older actress. Christina writes,
‘It was inspired by my own hairdresser and her ability to do my hair,
check her emails, carry on a lively conversation and make sure my coffee cup stays filled.’
The Fairer Sex Need Not Apply
In 1856, intrepid explorer and world traveller Ida Pfeiffer petitioned London's Royal Geographical Society to admit her as a member.
They said no.
Beautifully written piece for the more mature actress.
Mrs McClatchy Takes Her Leave
After forty-three years of marriage Mrs McClatchy is leaving. Is it just that she has had enough?
She certainly tells us why. But is there more than meets the eye in this somewhat sad tale?
Slow Dance to Widowhood
Lea Mullins is 30; she is a pugilist’s wife who reluctantly accepts that her beloved husband is no match for his final opponent.
One Flew Over the Auction Nest
Hell hath no fury like a scorned woman who discovers her soon-to-be-ex has been selling her possessions on an auction site.
She sees you when you're sleeping. She knows when you're awake. She's savvy to every aspect of your life. She's your house
In an Alley Darkly
One hundred and thirty-two years ago,
Whitechapel was terrorized by a serial killer
whose identity completely baffled the police.
Perhaps they were looking in the wrong place.
To Fool A King
To fool a king is not a challenge to be taken lightly. Especially if his name is Henry and he is not one to be fooled by matrimonial trickery.
If You Survive Me
A mistress. A millionaire. And an iceberg that changed everything
LADIES FIRST BY CHRISTINA HAMLETT
All scripts are sent in the form of a PDF. You may request a reading copy. No performance may take place without a licence.
Licences include unlimted printing rights.
The cost of a single script purchase will be refunded if you produce the play at a future date