Christina Hamlett's brand new collection of monolgues for teenagers. Mix and match as required for a whole evening of entertainment.
Ideal for online performances.
Included in this collection:
The Kidney War
A teenage girl is pressured to donate a kidney to the older sister
whom their mother has always favoured.
The Other Side of Mr Munsey
We’ve all had teachers who seem to exist only to torture us and make our lives a misery. Rarely, though, do we get to observe them out of their natural habitat
The Drummer's Girlfriend
What's the difference between a hottie boyfriend musician and a mutual fund? The mutual fund will eventually mature and earn money.
We Never Made the Time
If this monologue causes even one student to look at his/her "loner" classmates differently, it will have accomplished its purpose.
Does this Mask Make Me Look Fat
Who knew that face masks could be such a competitive accessory?
The Incredible Shrinking Emily
Anorexia is one of the most common eating disorders. For teenage girls in particular, aggressive dieting and food restriction is in response to low self-esteem, suppression of uncomfortable emotions, depression, cultural beauty ideals, and unrealistic perceptions of their own body image. In this frank and perceptive monologue we look at the problem through Emily’s eyes: ‘Yay! Two pounds down and only ten more to go! (laughs to herself) Just wait til they see me! Those kids at school are gonna turn pea-green for sure.’
So there we all were in assembly and Ms. Maigret walked out on the stage to announce the results. She cleared her throat. “It’s my honor to reveal that
First Place goes to…” You could’ve heard a proverbial pin drop.
The Ballad of a Teenage Filmmaker
Oh the joy of making movies! Oh what greater to aspire
Than your name lit up in credits. It’s my number one desire!’
This delightful monologue from the pen of Christina Hamlett
is, unusually, written in verse .
The Last Avocado on Aisle 6
A teenager’s take on the Lockdown of 2020 narrated in Christina Hamlett’s inimitable style, finding humour in the vagaries of human behaviour at this, the strangest of times.
A wicked blizzard. A convenience store. A young clerk who discovers just before closing time that someone is there who shouldn't be.
Talking Teens 2
All scripts are sent in the form of a PDF. You may request a reading copy. No performance may take place without a licence.
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The cost of a single script purchase will be refunded if you produce the play at a future date