One-Minute Monologues for Teens: 100 Original Monologues

Mike Kimmel (Author) Paris Smith (Foreword by)


One-Minute Monologues for Teensis a collection of 100 original comedy and drama scripts on a wide range of topics. They are easily relatable to teenage actors' real-life roles as daughters, sons, students, (student athletes, ) and after-school employees. Each monologue is gender-neutral and may be performed by both male and female actors in a one-minute timeframe. No props or costumes are required. The monologues are clean, family-friendly, and include positive messages, life lessons, and ethical questions for young people written between the lines. Ultimately, these monologues can help parents and teachers encourage positive attitudes and behaviors in our teen performers - and their classmates and audiences too. Appropriate for film, television, and theater training and performance - as well as college drama program auditions.

Product Details

$14.99  $13.79
Ben Rose Creative Arts
Publish Date
August 08, 2020
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.3 inches | 0.0 pounds

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About the Author

Dr. Henry Hoffman holds a B.A. from California State University at Fullerton, and an M.A. from Illinois State University at Normal. He also holds two advanced doctoral degrees. Dr. Ho man earned his rst Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque. He earned a second Ph.D. in Film Studies from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Henry studied acting with Harold Clurman at The Actors Studio. He also studied directing with both Peter Brook and Edward Duerr. He complet- ed advanced studies in textual analysis of William Shakespeare's work with Joseph Chaiken. Henry studied Critical Theory with Dr. John Kirk and trained personally under Werner Erhard, as well. He was a leading actor with many premiere regional stages, including the Mark Taper Forum, Colorado Shakespeare Festival (Boulder), A Con- temporary Theatre (Seattle), PlayMakers Reperto- ry Company (North Carolina), Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and the American Conservatory The- atre (A.C.T.). As a performer, he has worked with some of the aristocrats of the profession, including 97 Mike Kimmel Dame Eileen Atkins, Jose Ferrer, Jack O'Brien, William Ball, Ellis Rabb, and Salome Jens. As an educator, Dr. Ho man has taught at the American Conservatory Theatre, American Acad- emy of Dramatic Arts, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, and the California State Universities at San Jose and Chico. He has directed Equity stage productions in both New York and Los Angeles. Dr. Hoffman currently directs teenage actors in the Young Shakespeare Company. In 2002, he was named one of the twenty leading educators in the United States by USA Today, earning him a position on the newspaper's All USA Teacher Team. Excerpts from Dr. Hoffman's forthcoming book Tyrone Power: A Luminous Pause have been published in Xavier Review of New Orleans.