Please can somebody tell me what is the best contemporary monologue audition piece for a 29 year old man?
- snide76258Lv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
When I needed one recently I found a good one from "Talk Radio" by Eric Bogosian in a book of monologues.
A good bookstore or library will have books of monologues. Only you can decide which is "best" for you!
- 1 decade ago
Well, the one that helped get me into theatre school was a monologue from All Men Are Whores by David Mamet. You can find it in a collection called Goldberg Street. The whole thing (All Men Are Whores) runs about 30 minutes and is basically a collection of monologues by three people, which together form a consistent whole. But the best ones are Sam's. Get the book and piece together a suitable 3-5 min. one from that.
- rossignolLv 43 years ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Look this up..Harold Hill from Meredith Wilson's The Music Man.
If that doesn't suit your style try something Shakesperian.