Audition Perspectives & On-Line Script Resources

Here are some websites with resources for monologues & scenes.  These appear in no particular order. 
Remember:  when choosing a monologue for an audition (or several for college auditions) you need to choose one from a published play. 

 

Theatrefolk

https://www.theatrefolk.com/free-resources

https://www.theatrefolk.com/blog/theatrefolks-top-10-plays-for-scene-work/

 

Beverly Hills Playhouse

http://www.bhplayhouse.com/Acting-Scenes-Database/

 

Theater Words

http://www.theaterwords.com/ten-minute-plays-and-scenes.html

 

Scenes for Teens full pdf of this book

http://www.mtgilead.k12.oh.us/userfiles/1083/Classes/20749/scenesforteens.pdf

 

LiveBinders Duets Monologues and Plays

http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=683242

 

http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=683242

 

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http://libraryguides.goshen.edu/c.php?g=35796&p=227171

 

Free play script blog about theatre, acting, monologues, classroom lessons and drama improv games.

https://freedramaplays.blogspot.com/2014/09/free-published-duologues-play-scripts.html

 

This is a search engine at Stageagent—it might help you locate scenes with specific actors in mind.

http://stageagent.com/scenes

 

Stagecripts UK

http://shop.stagescripts.com/

 

Playscripts

https://www.playscripts.com/

 

ProPlay

https://proplay.ws/

 

South San

https://www.southsanisd.net/Page/3594

 

Birdville High School Theatre

https://bhstheatre.wordpress.com/monologues/

 

The following are publishing companies who primarily require you to buy the script before reading it, however some may be changing that policy so you can check them out as well:

Samuel French

Dramatic Publishing

Dramatists Play Service

Stageplays

 

 AUDITION PERSPECTIVES

Here are a few articles that offer some perspective about auditions.  Some are referring to professional actors and their experience with rejection after auditions, some are about dealing with not being cast in high school plays or not getting "the" part you wanted.



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