Tuesday, 27 September 2022

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2022 MONOLOGUE FOR ADVANCED

Hey Housemates, 

Included below, is the side for the ADVANCED CLASS ONLY

NOTE:

- Deadline is the 15th of October 2022 

- You need to pick a partner of the opposite sex to work with (It can be someone from the advanced class). 

- To submit, upload your monologue to your YouTube channel and make it UNLISTED (not private), then send the link to us via email (actorsplayhousecast@gmail.com).











Monday, 22 August 2022

August/September 2022 Monologue for INTERMEDIATES

Hey Housemates, 

Included below, is a monologue for the INTERMEDIATE CLASS ONLY

NOTE:

- Deadline is the 5th of September 2022 

- To submit, upload your monologue to your YouTube channel and make it UNLISTED (not private), then send the link to us via email (actorsplayhousecast@gmail.com).


MONOLOGUE:


Like Dreaming, Backwards is a series of monologues and scenes about the suicide of a young college student named Nell. Leah is Nell's mother. The play also includes monologues from an acquaintance, Yale, and her close friend, Natalie.


LEAH:

She had chronic depression, ever since she was twelve. Her father had depression, too. And her sister. And I was on antidepressants for a while, when I was her age. She was very high-functioning. She went years without any real incidents. She had control of it when she was in high school. And then, all of a sudden, things just... fell apart. She... spiraled.

I asked her to move back home, but she said no, over and over again. She was hospitalized last summer. But I really thought that she'd get past it. I thought, "It's just a matter of time before she finds the right medicine, or the right therapist... and things will go back to normal."

That day, we'd made plans to have breakfast. I called her, but she didn't answer her phone. I thought she'd turned it off and slept late, so I went to her apartment and knocked on her door. It wasn't locked. I went in, and... I found her lying on the floor in the kitchen...

Why didn't she come to me? I would have done anything for her. Anything. Didn't she know that?