A collection of the world'’s best monologues for women actors featuring well-known playwrights and emerging new writers. The selections are for actresses fifteen to thirty years of age. They are suitable for competitive auditions, acting exercises, forensics, or class and studio work. Playwrights include Pulitzer Prize winners Paula Vogel, Suzan-Lori Parks, Tracy Letts, John Patrick Shanley, and others. A valuable resource for any auditioning female actor or theatre student. Monologues are from: Doubt by John Patrick Shanley, Phat Girls by Debbie Lamedman, Waiting for Oprah by Mary Miller, The Baltimore Waltz by Paula Vogel, Coffee Klatsch by Dori Appel, Yellow Dishes by Jolene Goldenthal, Lives of the Great Waitresses by Nina Shengold, Love-Lies-Bleeding by Don DeLillo and many more.
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Gerald Lee Ratliff is the award-winning author of numerous articles, essays and textbooks in performance studies and classroom teaching strategies. He has served as President of the Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey (1983), Eastern Communication Association (1991), Theta Alpha Phi (1986) and the Association for Communication Administration (2002). He has also served on advisory and editorial boards of the American Council of Academic Deans, International Arts Association, National Communication Association, Society of Educators and Scholars and Eastern Communication Association.
In addition, he has served as a program consultant and planner for a number of colleges and universities engaged in institutional transformation. He also continues an active schedule of invited workshops and seminars in Reader's Theatre at high schools, colleges, universities and national conferences.
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