Kids Are So Dramatic Monologues Volume 1

"Includes monologues written for both boys & girls! Helpful direction from the author! Acting tips & terminology! YouTube channel for instructional videos!"

Author: Tracey Ann Ball

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781514383025

Category: Acting

Page: 74

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Educate the Heart

Original Scenes and Monologues Combined into One Very Special Book! by Bo
Kane Cinderella Outgrows the Glass Slipper and Other Zany Fractured Fairy Tale
Plays by Joan M. Wolf Kids Are So Dramatic Monologues: Volume 1 by Tracey ...

Author: Jennifer Lee Quattrucci

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1475851863

Category: Education

Page: 224

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This book includes 180 creatively designed screen-free activities teachers can implement to maximize authentic hands-on learning in their classroom. Chapter topics include promoting peace by empowering students to handle conflict through kindness, literacy centers, STEM challenges, and ways to build connections beyond the classroom door.

Magnificent Monologues for Kids

A collection of short monologues for boys and girls, dealing with such topics as pets, parents, friends, and school.

Author: Chambers Stevens

Publisher: Sandcastle Pub

ISBN: 9781883995089

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 71

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A collection of short monologues for boys and girls, dealing with such topics as pets, parents, friends, and school.

Kids Comedic Monologues That Are Actually Funny

[PERRY looks at the child having a tantrum at the next register, then talks to clerk.
] You see this? What a shame. Little kids can be so overdramatic. I mean, yeah, I
was like that when I was little. But I grew up and realized that drama is meant for ...

Author: Alisha Gaddis

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1495063844

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 208

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Delivering Authentic Arts Education with Student Resource Access 12 Months

Examples include Charades for Kids, Puppet Pal HD and Shadow play Lite. ... A
number of drama forms, such as oral storytelling, readers' theatre, radio drama,
monologues and recitation, focus primarily on the expressive use of the voice
and ...

Author: Judith Dinham

Publisher: Cengage AU

ISBN: 0170368823

Category: Art

Page: 359

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"This practical text helps student teachers develop their confidence, understandings and skills so that they can effectively and authentically teach arts in primary and middle school classrooms. Delivering Authentic Arts Education outlines the true nature of arts education and its importance in the curriculum, emphasising the arts as forms of creative activity, meaning-making and expression in a cultural context. Chapters discuss how to recognise and build on your existing artistic abilities and pedagogical skills, how to encourage children’s creativity, how to lead arts appreciation experiences, and the general principles of planning and assessment. They then examine the five arts areas: dance, drama, media arts, music and visual arts. The final part of the text contains sample learning activities and resources that demonstrate how to plan an effective lesson within a unit of inquiry. Practical tips, classroom ‘snapshots’, starter ideas and suggestions for online resources show you the links between theory and practice so you can develop arts education experiences that are purposeful, stimulating and engaging for everyone"--Publisher's summary.

Mastering Monologues and Acting Sides

desperate Well, Dave, my house is going to be taken away if I don't win here
today, so I'm not walking out empty-handed. My wife is pregnant, and I've got two
other kids, so I will not lose. I'm ready to run the gauntlet, and face the fire trail, ...

Author: Janet Wilcox

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.

ISBN: 1581158661

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 241

View: 370

This no-nonsense guide will prepare the actor for the perfect part in theater, on the web, or anything in between.

The Ultimate Scene and Monologue Sourcebook Updated and Expanded Edition

An Actor's Reference to Over 1,000 Scenes and Monologues from More than 300
Contemporary Plays Ed Hooks ... So Diana married and had babies, but now she
sees how empty all of this is and wishes that she could have joined the Royal
Mounted ... GOD by John Pielmeier (Samuel French) Drama: Act I, Scene 4, pp.

Author: Ed Hooks

Publisher: Back Stage Books

ISBN: 9780307875303

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 336

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All actors and acting teachers need The Ultimate Scene and Monologue Sourcebook, the invaluable guide to finding just the right piece for every audition. The unique format of the book is ideal for acting teachers who want their students to understand each monologue in context. This remarkable book describes the characters, action, and mood for more than 1,000 scenes in over 300 plays. Using these guidelines, the actor can quickly pinpoint the perfect monologue, then find the text in the Samuel French or Dramatist Play Service edition of the play. Newly revised and expanded, the book includes the author’s own assessment of each monologue.

The Best Men s Monologues from New Plays 2019

Julia Cho Dramatic DENNIS, 18 DENNIS, a college freshman, has been
exhibiting very disturbing behavior in classes and ... But you think back to when
you were a child, when you were blank and innocent and had done nothing and
still, still ...

Author: Lawrence Harbison

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493053302

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 184

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Renowned editor Larwrence Harbison brings together approximately one hundred never-before-published men’s monologues for actors to use for auditions and in class, all from recently produced plays. The selections include monologues from plays by both well-known playwrights and future stars, including Jonathan Yukitch, Don Nigro, Lloyd Su, Daniel Damiano, Molly Goforth, Carlyle Brown, Seth Svi Rosenfeld, Brian Dykstra, Steven Hayet, David MacGregor, and Nat Cassidy. There are terrific comic pieces (laughs) and terrific dramatic pieces (no laughs), and all represent the best of contemporary playwriting. This collection is an invaluable resource for aspiring actors hoping to ace their auditions and impress directors and teachers with contemporary pieces.

More Monologues for Kids

Twenty - eight comedic and dramatic monologues addressing subjects closest to
their hearts . ISBN 0 - 940669 ... Mr . Mauro is a seasoned professional in the
area of children ' s theater , and is actively involved therein as a teacher / coach .

Author: Ruth Mae Roddy


ISBN: 9780940669185

Category: Drama

Page: 59

View: 117

A collection of twenty-eight speeches for kids addressing such subjects as school, pets, family, etc.

Drama Skits and Sketches

Any number of approaches may be used—poetry, songs, skits, drawings,
cartoons, paintings, monologues, home movies, mime—but the genius of such an
approach is that the kids really dig into the Word so that it gradually changes their
lives ...

Author: Youth Specialties,

Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties

ISBN: 0310872065

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 448

80 sure-fire scripts and other onstage fun to illustrate your lessons and enliven your events! - Just for Fun . . . Short stunts, funny skits, sight gags, easy prep -- we've got 'em all. If you have even one or two students who love hamming it up and making spectacles of themselves, you'll find plenty of funny fodder here. - Spontaneous Melodramas . . . Fueled by groans, catcalls, cheers, and boos from your small or large audience, student actors in these no-rehearsal melodramatic spoofs will bring down the house. Don't know what spontaneous melodramas are? Plunge into an entertaining and instructive explanation of what they are and how to use them for the most effect, beginning on page 51. - Sketches with a Point . . . Drama is an ideal medium for grabbing people's attention and priming them for a meeting, a talk, or a Bible study. Have a particular topic in mind? Find your topic (in the topical index, page 7), and you're on your way to just the right script. Whether you're a youth worker or recreation director in a church, school, club, or camp -- Drama, Skits, & Sketches is your storehouse of proven, youth-group tested ideas.

The Book of Comic and Dramatic Monologues

Michael Marshall. What Will the Child Become ? By Parker Nichols ( 1912 )
Reward of the Great By F . Raymond Coulson &. So just you take it easy Bill ,
there ' s only you and me – When one is gone the other will be lonely , don ' t you
see .

Author: Michael Marshall

Publisher: David & Charles

ISBN: 9780241107386

Category: Humorous poetry, English

Page: 206

View: 230


Scenes, Dramatic Monologues, and Short Playlets Dramatic Publishing
Company. ( As lights come up , we see DAVID ... The kids decided it was time to
eat , so they started munching on the cookies . She tried to nudge their hands
away with ...

Author: Dramatic Publishing Company

Publisher: Dramatic Publishing

ISBN: 9780871293169

Category: African American students

Page: 105

View: 500

My Second Monologue Book

Presents over a hundred monologues focusing on ordinary and famous people designed for use by children who are just starting with acting.

Author: Kristen Dabrowski

Publisher: Smith & Kraus Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9781575256016

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 115

View: 373

Presents over a hundred monologues focusing on ordinary and famous people designed for use by children who are just starting with acting.

The Acting Coach Approach

"First in a series for young actors ages 8-15"--Cover.

Author: Jon Emm


ISBN: 9780615874166


Page: 96

View: 175

"First in a series for young actors ages 8-15"--Cover.

Student centered Language Arts K 12

Most good kids don ' t cry all night and give their babysitter a rotten time . Don ' t
you want to be a good kid ? Well , I guess you ... While still emphasizing
personality and behavior , as in dramatic dialogue , monologue begins moving
writers ...

Author: James Moffett

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 437

View: 582

This is the fourth edition of James Moffett's seminal text, first published in 1968, which set forth the rationale and practices for the kind of individualized, interactive, integrative language learning environment that only today is coming into its own. It proposed whole language, collaborative learning, active learning, writing workshops, the process approach, student empowerment, portfolio assessment, and the substitution of children's literature for basal readers many years before these cornerstones of enlightened English language arts teaching became fashionable. The book is the centerpiece of life work devoted to curricular innovation and constitutes a truly original approach to the nature of discourse. It is cross-referenced to an equally original collection of anthologies that illustrate with both professional and student writing the reading, writing, talking, dramatizing repertories it stakes out--and to Moffett's other works that build on and extend this one. From the second edition on, the book has profited from the input of Betty Jane Wagner, a master teacher of teachers. Student-centered Language Art, K-12 is arguably the most comprehensive, practically detailed, and original textbook/resource book on English education. It covers theory and practice, elementary and secondary, drama, oral-language activities, and initial literacy as well as general reading and writing. Furthermore, verbal learning is placed in a social context and in the context of nonverbal media and arts that compete with and complement language. The authors have made this edition more compact by shifting some material to a new edition of Active Voice and by abridging matters that no longer need to bedealt with at length because the profession is catching up with the book. They have recast some matters to tie in with current vocabulary and understanding, and some practices have been updated to utilize current technology. In this fourth edition, the book is shorter in length but broader in perspective as it continues to break new ground to integrate language arts with other learning.

The Best Women s Stage Monologues of 2008

AND WE ALL WORE LEATHER PANTS - Robert Attenweiler Dramatic Mary ,
twenties Mary is speaking to her husband Jagger and has just revealed that she '
s ... Not so unusual a girl my age fillin ' a house , but I couldn ' t stop with the kids .

Author: Lawrence Harbison

Publisher: Smith & Kraus Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9781575256191

Category: Drama

Page: 106

View: 380

In these pages, you will find a rich and varied selection of monologues from recent plays. Many are for younger performers (teens through thirties) but there are also some excellent pieces for women in their forties and fifties, and even a few for older performers. Many are comic (laughs), many are dramatic (generally, no laughs). Some are rather short, some are rather long. All represent the best in contemporary playwriting. Several of these pieces are by playwrights whose work may be familiar to you such as Don Nigro, Nilo Cruz, Lee Blessing, Theresa Rebeck, Paul Rudnick, Adam Bock, José Rivera and Stephen Belber; others are by exciting up-and-comers like Jim Knabel, Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, Quira Alegría Hudes, Caitlyn Montanye Parrish, Jenny Schwartz, Qui Nguyen, Kate Fodor, Young Jean Lee and Brett C. Leonard. All are representative of the best of contemporary writing for the stage. Most of the plays from which these monologues have been culled have been published and, hence, are readily available from the publisher/licensor or from theatrical book stores such as Drama Book Shop in New York. A few plays may not be published for a while, in which case contact the author or his agent for a copy of the entire text of the monologue that suits your fancy. Information on publishers/rights holders may be found in the Rights and Permissions section in the back of this anthology. Break a leg in that audition! Knock 'em dead in class! Lawrence Harbison Brooklyn, N.Y.

The First Year English Teacher s Guide to Beartraps

Or a kid who has locked a door and is scared, so the speaker has to calm the kid
down enough to get the kid to unlock the door. ... In this kind of monologue we
hear the thoughts of a character spoken out; thoughts which usually are running
through the speakers mind are shared with us ... the problems which the speaker
does not or can not see, which creates dramatic irony, and sometimes comedy.

Author: Jon Potter

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462809134

Category: Education

Page: 236

View: 386

At some moments, new teachers are exhilarated. At others they wonder darkly how anyone ever convinced them to try the job. Heres help for new English teachers. The book is organized into four, jargon-free sections: A Few Basics, Theory and Practice, School Culture, and Personal Survival. Within each section there are short, focused explanations of how things actually work in high schools, and how to avoid the traps of overcommittment, classroom management, unruly student behavior, and school politics. There is also an appendix of tried and true recipes-- approaches to a variety of teaching challenges.

Reviewing Journal of Canadian Materials for Young People

The play starts in Homeland where Nick's classmates give him a bowl as a
farewell token of friendship . ... Nevertheless , the plays represent an important
contribution to Don . nelly lore and a significant contribution to Canadian drama .
As ... The final scene “ View points , " presents three monologues : one by an
actress doing a commercial praising Seagris whisky company for its virtues , one
by a doctor ...




Category: Canada


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The Methuen Drama Book of Modern Monologues for Men

Comes from Hoxton ; he ' s my age , married and got two kids . He says good
morning to me ; I ask him how he is , I give his children sweets . That ' s our
relationship . Somehow he seems frightened to say too much , you know ? God
forbid I ...

Author: Chrys Salt

Publisher: Methuen Drama


Category: Performing Arts

Page: 150

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A selection of speeches drawn from the great landmark plays of the twentieth century.

Browning and the Dramatic Monologue

Till it passed the kid's lip , the stag's antler ; then safely outburst The fan -
branches all round ; and thou mindest when these too , in turn Broke a - bloom
and the palm - tree seemed perfect ; yet more was to learn , E'en the good that
comes in ...

Author: Samuel Silas Curry



Category: Dramatic monologues

Page: 308

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