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Audition Arsenal for Men in their 20's: 101 Monologues by Type, 2 Minutes & Under

Audition Arsenal for Men in their 20's: 101 Monologues by Type, 2 Minutes & Under

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Audition Arsenal for Men in their 20's: 101 Monologues by Type, 2 Minutes & Under

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Pubblicato:
Oct 1, 2005
ISBN:
9781937738105
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Prepare your audition repertoire with the most innovative monologue series to date-Audition Arsenal! Are you tired of buying monologue books only to discard half of the pieces because they are outside of your age range? Not anymore! The first four books in this breakthrough series are for: Women in their 20s, Men in their 20s, Women in their 30s, and Men in their 30s. That means 101 monologues per book, 2 minutes and under, that are all usable by you! And it gets even better. The Audition Arsenal books are organized by type so you will have dynamic, memorable, contemporary monologues that demonstrate your ability to handle any role. Each type is defined by a specific personality trait, allowing you to showcase the qualities crucial to a particular character or role. In addition, choosing contrasting types is a great way to show your range in general auditions. The types are broken down by tone-comedic, dramatic, or seriocomic. Searching is easy, accurate, and fun!

Pubblicato:
Oct 1, 2005
ISBN:
9781937738105
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

Janet B. Milstein is an actor, award-winning acting instructor, private acting coach, best-selling author, and series editor. She has also written/co-written several screenplays and plays, directed both theater and film, and cast several projects. Janet received her MFA in Acting from SUNY Binghamton in New York and her BA in Theatre with Distinction from the University of Delaware.  Janet has an extensive acting background in both theatre and film. She has performed in over 50 plays and films in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Milwaukee and more. In addition, Janet has been teaching acting privately, at studios and schools, and in workshops around the country for the past 14 years. 2009 was a busy year for Janet. Her film Not Scene (which she wrote and directed) was produced by Filmmakers in Action and her co-written film Power Singles (which she also starred in) was produced by Hourglass Films and won multiple awards at the 48 Hour Film Project. Towards the end of the year, Janet played leading roles in the dramatic films Zero Count and The Silent Truth which are both in post-production. In addition, Janet was cast in the comic film Donuts which is in pre-production and will shoot in March 2010.

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Cal: early twenties

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Cal and Dorrine have both gone to a roommate agency to find their perfect match. Dorrine is trying to find a roommate to fit her present apartment. The only problem is that she has control issues, which have driven three roommates away in the past year. Cal is laid-back, but a bit irresponsible. He is trying to find a place where he won’t be shot at again and where the roommate is willing to, at least, pay rent regularly.

CAL: Dog walker? Who said anything about a dog walker? I’m not a dog walker. I’m an animal caretaker. See? There’s a difference. Besides, I thought you wanted a roommate who liked your cat — who liked animals? Anyway, that’s just part-time really. And I always wash. I have a real job. I’m an actor, but I’m not big-headed or anything. I just do a couple of steady gigs as an actor that bring in the cash. I play Banana Man and Bob the Bear for a balloon-delivery service. I’m considered their best — their top. Can you believe it? Get this. I never even had one acting class. Never. (Beat.) You got a cig on ya? (Beat.) Ohhh, quit recently, huh? Yeah, I’ve done that a couple of times. Gets ya cranky. But I can see why you don’t like people smokin’ here. The walls are so white, no cracks or peeling like my last place. Don’t get me wrong. I loved my last place. Really big. Loved my roommate. I woulda stayed there forever if he hadn’t shot at me. Yeeahh. (Her face is full of fear.) Oh no, it’s cool. He didn’t mean to or anything. I was just breaking in the window and he mistook me for a burglar. No biggie. I forgot my keys. That’s why I was breaking in. And he fired — the gun. It woulda been totally cool. Cause he didn’t hit me, but he did kinda shatter the neighbor’s stained glass window, so the neighbor sued. And Robby was kinda weird about me ever after, which is cool because I didn’t like the mice there anyway. Yeah, one night I woke up and one of them was running across my face. That was it. They have diseases, ya know? Yeah, that’s exactly why it’s good we’ll have a cat here. This is going to be much better. How are the roaches

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