New Monologues for Men (Audition Speeches)

Editat de Geoffrey Colman
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New Monologues for Men features forty monologues from plays published by Bloomsbury Methuen Drama recently. The monologues are selected by the editor, Geoffrey Colman, on account of their suitability and relevance to drama school students and recent graduates entering the profession. Each monologue is preceded by an introductory paragraph, written by the editor, outlining the setting, character type, and point in the plot. Suggestions are offered for staging, performance decisions, points of significance in the text, and drawing on decisions made in professional production/s.This collection is the go-to resource for auditioning actors with an insatiable appetite for new, original and excellent material.
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ISBN-13: 9781472573476
ISBN-10: 1472573471
Pagini: 112
Dimensiuni: 138 x 216 x 9 mm
Greutate: 0.14 kg
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția Methuen Drama
Seria Audition Speeches

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


There is an unprecedented demand from actors for new, original audition material. Actors and drama schools alike are weary of the standard speeches that are brought out at every audition, and wary of new speeches written explicitly for the purposes of an audition. This volume serves up a choice selection of new, original and high-quality monologues from the plays that Bloomsbury Methuen Drama publish to the auditioning actor.

Notă biografică

Geoffrey Colman is Head of Acting at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.


This is a strong proposal and I feel that there is a solid market for this collection. It is important that young actors are aware of new writing and that they use new monologue material for their audition pieces. This will prove that they are up-to-date with new plays, emerging writers and trends. The readership will be young actors auditioning for drama schools, professional work and even television or film work. It will be also of interest to playwrights, directors and producers looking for new plays. This collection might also increase the sales of the plays themselves. It has been known that a director may choose a play, simply because the trigger was the main monologue of that work. So, the readership is not limited or focused on the acting profession.