Moving parts: monologues from contemporary plays
Moving Parts offers actors the best monologues from great plays—pieces by both well-known and up-and-coming playwrights, including many minority artists—that offer a variety of dramatic styles for beginning and experienced actors. Included are more than a hundred monologues from such contemporary voices as Eric Bogosian, Caryl Churchill, Christopher Durang, Maria Irene Fornes, Athol Fugard, Philip Kan Gotanda, Václav Havel, Lanford Wilson, and George C. Wolfe. Designed for easy browsing, the monologues are indexed by gender, age, and subject to help actors locate appropriate material, and each is introduced with a short description of the plot, setting, and character type. These monologues stand on their own as good theater, while they give actors a well-defined character, a story to tell, and a wide range of behavior and feeling to portray.
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|Grouping Title||moving parts monologues from contemporary plays|
|Grouping Author||nina shengold eric lane|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-12 04:48:38AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-08-22 04:52:17AM|
|detailed_location_arlington||Shirlington Adult Nonfiction|
Arlington Public Library
Connection Crystal City
|title_display||Moving parts : monologues from contemporary plays|
|title_full||Moving parts : monologues from contemporary plays / edited by Nina Shengold & Eric Lane|
|title_short||Moving parts :|
|title_sub||monologues from contemporary plays|