Winning Monologs For Young Actors: 65 Honest-to-life Characteriation To Delight Young Actors And…

Paperback | June 11, 1993

byPeg Kehret

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Peg Kehret's middle grade books have won more than 50 state and national young reader awards. So these "scare-free" monologs are perfect for speech contests, acting exercises, auditions, or as part of a performance. Warm and funny, these monologs will feel "nontheatrical," and best of all - real! Sixty-five characterizations include 16 written specifically for girls, 15 for boys, and the rest appropriate for either. Published to rave reviews, any young person will relate to these well-written monologs.

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A collection of sixty-five monologues providing young performers with a variety of audition pieces reflecting situations both serious and comic

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Peg Kehret's middle grade books have won more than 50 state and national young reader awards. So these "scare-free" monologs are perfect for speech contests, acting exercises, auditions, or as part of a performance. Warm and funny, these monologs will feel "nontheatrical," and best of all - real! Sixty-five characterizations include...

Peg Kehret is a Meriwether Publishing author.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:250 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:June 11, 1993Publisher:Meriwether Publishing Ltd.

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0916260380

ISBN - 13:9780916260385

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17

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A collection of sixty-five monologues providing young performers with a variety of audition pieces reflecting situations both serious and comic

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"These sixty-five short monologs will satisfy young people's needs for audition or classroom drama material."