JR. Programs

 


 

 

Winter 2023 Classes and Productions

All Rehearsals begin the week of January 2, 2023. All Classes run 6 weeks from January 23 – March 3.

Auditions for 4th grade up Dec. 13th, 14th and 15th

No Auditions required for 3rd grade and under

Production Dates: March 10th-12th

 

WINTER Mainstage MUSICAL

 

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS:

Junior Thespians

Great for young emerging performers. Students will receive ensemble roles in the larger cast, learning at least 2 dance numbers with the larger cast and working on 1 scene to participate in; culminating in a full mainstage performance at the Clinton Town Hall March 10 – 12. No audition necessary for this level.

Grades: 2/3 | Tuition: $254.00 | Class Time: Tuesdays or Thursday 4:45pm – 5:30pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT / Performances held at the Andrews Memorial Town Hall in Clinton I Performances: March 10 – 12 I Mandatory Tech Week: March 6 – 9, 2023.

Beginner/Intermediate Thespians 1 or 2 days a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays

8 weeks of instruction for young emerging performers culminating in a full mainstage performance at the  Clinton Town Hall the third weekend in November. Audition Required. Everyone will receive a role regardless of experience with acting.  Contact kidzkonnectionct@gmail.com to reserve an audition.

Grades: 4/5 | Tuition: one day $267.00 or two days $275.00| Class Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30pm – 7:00pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

Intermediate/Advanced Thespians

8 weeks of instruction in dance, acting and voice for youth interested in performance  culminating in the fall mainstage musical on the Town Hall Stage the third weekend in November. Audition Required.  Everyone receives a role regardless of skill level. Please contact kidzkonnectionct@gmail.com to reserve an audition.

Grades: 6 & up | Tuition: $287.00 | Class Time: Tuesday and Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT/ Performances held at the Andrews Memorial Town Hall in Clinton I Performances: March 10 – 12 I Mandatory Tech Week: March 6 – 9, 2023.

 

WINTER 2023 Classes

All classes run for 6 weeks beginning the week of January 23 thru March 3, 2023.

Mondays:

Dynamic Dancers

This 45 minute long class is an amazing class for any beginner dance student. In this class students will focus on the fundamentals of tap, jazz and ballet in fun non competitive settings. Classes run for 6 weeks at the Academy. 

Grades: 1st -4th grade| Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: Mondays 4:45-5:30 | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

Wednesdays:

Beginner Fight Choreography/Slapstick Comedy

A fun and energetic 6-week class for students looking to learn or improve their ability to perform choreographed fights on stage. In this class, students will learn the basics of physical stage-fighting using fake weapons and their bodies. Students will explore everything from slap-stick humor to fully choreographed sword-fights.

Grades: 5th and Up | Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 4:00-4:45pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

Intermediate/Advanced Fight Choreography/Slapstick Comedy

This class is a continuation of our beginner program. Students will begin focusing on the more technical fight choreography. Including throwing and stunting. Any student that signs up for this class must first be okayed by our fight choreography instructor.

Grades: 5th and Up | Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 4:45-5:30pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

 

Tap/Jazz Combo for the Tween & Teen Beginner

A traditional 6-week class for students looking to improve their dance skills. Many young people discover theater over time and once bit by the bug realize they are missing essential dance skills to get top roles in high school theater or professionally.  This class is designed to teach the older actor the critical basics to tap dancing in an age-friendly environment.  This high energy, full of fun moves class will have you tapping with confidence at auditions in no time!

Grades: 5th and Up | Tuition : $154.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:15pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

New class: Ballet Contemporary Fusion Intensive 

This Ballet focused class will explore ballet technique and form while  diving into different ways of combining modern, contemporary and ballet vocabularies into a challenging but fun combination. It shows each dancer how to keep the integrity of their technique while utilizing it in the most effective way possible. The class also explores ways to increase one’s artistic capacity through inspiration by movement, music, and philosophy.

The class is recommended for any beginning/intermediate or advanced dancer

Grades: 5th and Up | Tuition : $154.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 6:15- 7pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

FRIDAYS:

Every Friday drama classes/acting classes and Improvisation classes for all ages/grade levels:

Little Play Makers

A fun drama class designed specifically for children who are in grades 1/2 to learn to create their own stories through fun improvisation games and activities. Children learn to use their imaginations in a fun and cooperative environment to encourage kindness and positive social skills while discovering a love for the performing arts.

Grades: 1/2 | Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: Fridays, 4:15pm – 5:00pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

 

Junior Madcappers

This once-a-week drama class helps students write their own comic material, create stories for performance and incorporates improvisation games and drama activities into a fun and cooperative experience. A perfect class for any child interested in exploring the performing arts in a free, imaginative setting.

Grades: 3-5 | Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: Fridays 5:00-5:45pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

 

Comedy Center

A traditional improvisation and comic theater 6-week class for older students looking for a class to explore comedy and improvisation. Students work separately (grades 6 – 8 & grades 9 – 12) and together to develop comic skits and routines appropriate for each age level.

Grades: 6th and Up | Tuition : $154.00 | Class Time: Fridays 5:45- 6:30pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

Spring Classes

All SPRING 2023 Classes

The list below is subject to change by season based on popularity and enrollment.

All classes for the SPRING SESSION BEGIN the week of April 3rd

Auditions will be held 3/28-30

Grease will begin 3/25

K-4th grade cast will perform on Sunday, June 11th (Tuesday group at 1:00 pm and Thursday group at 4:00 pm*) 4th grade-12th grade cast will perform on Saturday, June 10th (Tuesday group at 4:00 pm and Thursday group at 6:30pm)*

 

Mondays:

Dynamic Dancers

This 45 minute long class is an amazing class for any beginner dance student. In this class students will focus on the fundamentals of tap, jazz and ballet in fun non competitive settings. Classes run for 6 weeks at the Academy.

Grades: 1st -4th grade| Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: Mondays 4:45-5:30 | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT
 
 

Advanced Dramatic Theater (Grades 8 & up)

Each season, a group of performers serious about honing their acting skills may participate in a dramatic play.  Play is determined seasonally, and may include thought-provoking discussion and analysis of the material, era, and socially conscious debate.

Spring plays will be  Grimm’s Spectaculathon. Pre-screening/audition required.  Parental discretion advised prior to registration as mature content may be performed.  Please email kidzkonnectionct@gmail.com for an audition/interview.

Grades: 8 & up | Tuition: $225.00 | Class Time: Mondays 5:30pm – 7:30pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

TUESDAYS:

 

K-4th Grade

Disney’s The Descendants has captivated the imagination of audiences around the world and now, your young actor can be a part of this amazing show

Based on the popular Disney Channel Original Movies, Disney’s Descendants: The Musical is a brand-new musical jam-packed with comedy, adventure, Disney characters, and hit songs from the films!

Imprisoned on the Isle of the Lost – home of the most infamous villains who ever lived – the teenaged children of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar, and Cruella De Vil have never ventured off the island… until now. When the four troublemakers are sent to attend prep school alongside the children of beloved Disney heroes, they have a difficult choice to make: should they follow in their parents’ wicked footsteps or learn to be good?

Grades: k-4 | Tuition: $205 | Class Time: 1 day a week rehearsal. Tuesdays or Thursday at 4:30 – 5:30pm | Location: On the Lawn at 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT | Show Dates:June 11th 1:00 pm and 4:00pm  (Pending double casting)

4th-12th Grade

Disney’s The Descendants has captivated the imagination of audiences around the world and now, your young actor can be a part of this amazing show

Based on the popular Disney Channel Original Movies, Disney’s Descendants: The Musical is a brand-new musical jam-packed with comedy, adventure, Disney characters, and hit songs from the films!

Imprisoned on the Isle of the Lost – home of the most infamous villains who ever lived – the teenaged children of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar, and Cruella De Vil have never ventured off the island… until now. When the four troublemakers are sent to attend prep school alongside the children of beloved Disney heroes, they have a difficult choice to make: should they follow in their parents’ wicked footsteps or learn to be good?

Grades: 4th-12th | Tuition: $224| Class Time: 1 day a week rehearsal. Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:00pm | Location: On the Lawn at 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT |Show Dates: June 10th 4:00 or 6:30 (Pending double casting)

WEDNESDAYS:

 

WEDNESDAYS:

Tutu’s and Top Hats Ballet/Tap for the Beginner Mover

This 45 min long class is a wonderful  class for any youth dance student. In this class students will focus on the fundamentals of tap, and ballet in fun non competitive settings. Classes run for 6 weeks at the Academy.

Grades: 1st -4th grade| Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: wed 4:00-4:45 | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

Fight Choreography/Slapstick Comedy

A fun and energetic 6-week class for students looking to learn or improve their ability to perform choreographed fights on stage. In this class, students will learn the basics of physical stage-fighting using fake weapons and their bodies. Students will explore everything from slap-stick humor to fully choreographed sword-fights.

Grades: 5th and Up | Tuition: $154.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 4:45-5:30pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

 

Tap/Jazz Combo for the Tween & Teen Beginner

A traditional 6-week class for students looking to improve their dance skills. Many young people discover theater over time and once bit by the bug realize they are missing essential dance skills to get top roles in high school theater or professionally.  This class is designed to teach the older actor the critical basics to tap dancing in an age-friendly environment.  This high energy, full of fun moves class will have you tapping with confidence at auditions in no time!

Grades: 5th and Up | Tuition : $154.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 5:30 – 6:15pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

New class: Ballet Contemporary Fusion Intensive 

This Ballet focused class will explore ballet technique and form while  diving into different ways of combining modern, contemporary and ballet vocabularies into a challenging but fun combination. It shows each dancer how to keep the integrity of their technique while utilizing it in the most effective way possible. The class also explores ways to increase one’s artistic capacity through inspiration by movement, music, and philosophy.

The class is recommended for any beginning/intermediate or advanced dancer

Grades: 5th and Up | Tuition : $154.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 6:15- 7:00pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

 

Advanced Tap

All students who wish to participate in this class must be evaluated by our head dance teacher/choreographer, Maria Teresa Lonetti. This class is for advanced level performers who have prior experience with dance and/or theater.

Ages: New students must be pre-screened to determine appropriate placement in this class. Contact kidzkonnectionct@gmail.com for placement screening. | Tuition: $132.00 | Class Time: Wednesdays 7:00-7:45 | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

 

 

THURSDAYS

 

 

K-4th Grade

Disney’s The Descendants has captivated the imagination of audiences around the world and now, your young actor can be a part of this amazing show

Based on the popular Disney Channel Original Movies, Disney’s Descendants: The Musical is a brand-new musical jam-packed with comedy, adventure, Disney characters, and hit songs from the films!

Imprisoned on the Isle of the Lost – home of the most infamous villains who ever lived – the teenaged children of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar, and Cruella De Vil have never ventured off the island… until now. When the four troublemakers are sent to attend prep school alongside the children of beloved Disney heroes, they have a difficult choice to make: should they follow in their parents’ wicked footsteps or learn to be good?

Grades: k-4 | Tuition: $205 | Class Time: 1 day a week rehearsal. Tuesdays or Thursday at 4:30 – 5:30pm | Location: On the Lawn at 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT | Show Dates:June 11th 1:00 pm and 4:00pm  (Pending double casting)

4th-12th Grade

Disney’s The Descendants has captivated the imagination of audiences around the world and now, your young actor can be a part of this amazing show

Based on the popular Disney Channel Original Movies, Disney’s Descendants: The Musical is a brand-new musical jam-packed with comedy, adventure, Disney characters, and hit songs from the films!

Imprisoned on the Isle of the Lost – home of the most infamous villains who ever lived – the teenaged children of Maleficent, the Evil Queen, Jafar, and Cruella De Vil have never ventured off the island… until now. When the four troublemakers are sent to attend prep school alongside the children of beloved Disney heroes, they have a difficult choice to make: should they follow in their parents’ wicked footsteps or learn to be good?

Grades: 4th-12th | Tuition: $224| Class Time: 1 day a week rehearsal. Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:00pm | Location: On the Lawn at 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT |Show Dates: June 10th 4:00 or 6:30 (Pending double casting)

 

FRIDAYS:

Little Playmakers

This once-a-week improvisation class is perfect for the ham of your house who loves to create original material and imagine freely. In this 8 week class, kids play plenty of fun drama games and activities to explore creativity while developing an original skit to perform for family and friends.

Grades: 1-2 | Tuition: $177.00 | Class Time: Fridays, 4:30pm – 5:15pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

Junior Madcappers

This Saturday Night Live-esque 8-week class is perfect for every class clown or budding actor looking to gain more confidence. Students work separately and together to develop comic skits and routines appropriate for each age level. Great for any performer interested in stand-up comedy or improvisational acting. Note: There are no exceptions to grade level placement for this program. 

Grades: 3-5 | Tuition: $177.00 | Class Time: Fridays 5:00 – 5:45pm | Location: On the Lawn at 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 
 

Comedy Center

A traditional 8-week class for older students looking for an opportunity to study more serious improvisational techniques without sacrificing the more fun and creative aspects of improv and comedy. This Saturday Night Live-esque class is perfect for every class clown or budding actor looking to gain more confidence. Students work separately and together to develop comic skits and routines appropriate for each age level. Great for any performer interested in stand-up comedy or improvisational acting. This class is a part of the Advanced Acting Trio Class Series. NOTE: This class will be taught fully in-person outside on the front lawn of the Academy building.

Grades: 6 and up | Tuition : $177.00 | Class Time: Fridays 5:45 – 6:30pm | Location: 61 E. Main Street – The Academy Building, Clinton CT

 

 

 

 

 

Monologues Appropriate for Ages 10+ (Elementary/ Middle School)

Most of these monologues do not come from a full show. They are like long jokes with a punch line at the end. This style often works best for this age group because they do not require any background information to understand. If you are looking for a classical monologue for this age group, I would suggest pulling one from a show like Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Snow White, or other fairytale-type shows. If you would like a more serious monologue, try looking in the 14+ section.

Gender Neutral Monologues

Peter Pan – Dramatic Monologue

LOST BOY

I saw Pirates! I saw Indians! Not only did I see Pirates, and Indians, but I saw a wonderfuller thing. High over the lagoon I saw the loveliest, great, white bird. It is flying this way. It looks weary and as it flies it moans, “Poor Wendy”. I think there are birds called Wendies. See, here it comes! Look how white it is. Hey, there’s Tinkerbell. Tink is trying to hurt the Wendy. She says Peter wants us to shoot the Wendy. Let us do what Peter wishes. Out of my way, Tink. I’ll shoot it. I’ve shot the Wendy! Peter will be so pleased!


“Disney Danger” – Comedic Monologue

Hello… I would like to take a moment to talk to all of you about the dangers of taking your parents to Disneyland. First off, we are all here with a big group, and who wants to be discovered by a classmate when your mom is wearing Mickey Ears, and asking your little brother how to write a text message… then of course, there is your dad’s fascination with roller coasters. This could go one of 2 ways, either really fun if he likes all the same rides you do… or if your dad is like mine, then you should avoid them altogether. My dad made me wait in line for the highest… the fastest, and most exciting ride at Disney… Space Mountain… the line was forever, then we climb into a car that zips off… I started to question my dad about the 4 corndogs he had wolfed down while waiting in line… then it happened… As soon as we hit the first dip in the track …(WWWWaaaaarrrffff!!!! ) my dad HURLS!!! I think it must have hit some people in the cars behind us, because for being at Disney…. I sure heard a lot of BAD language… thank god Space Mountain is in the dark so no one knew who did it. If you go… I suggest sitting in the front!


“Great Uncle Al” – Comedic Monologue

Let’s see that’s a good question. If I could have dinner with one person from history…it would be my great uncle….Al. He was crazy smart, and VERY famous. Like “Kardashian” famous only…. a LOT less scandalous. It’s true, he was. He was made famous by these holes made by worms from outer space.  In fact he inspired characters in 3 of my favorite movies. They used his eyes for the alien in E.T., and then of course there is Yoda from Star Wars, who they used my great uncle’s forehead and then of course they used his hair for the character of Emmett Brown in Back To The Future. Who’s my great uncle… you mean you can’t tell from all those clues!? He is none other than… Albert Einstein.. of course.


“Valentine’s Day Rules” – Comedic Monologue

Well it’s almost that time of year again. Valentine’s Day is almost here, and my teacher is going to once again FORCE me to write a Valentine’s Day card to everyone in my class. I understand that they don’t want anyone to get their feelings hurt, but why do I have to write a Valentine’s day card to the kid who pushed me down at recess, and made fun of me? And am I supposed to really believe that when they give me a card that they REALLLY want to be my Valentine? …. My older sister thinks that this is where kids first learn to lie about their feelings in a relationship. She said it helps us prepare for marriage…. (shrugs shoulders) whatever THAT means!


“I AM Snow White?” – Comedic Monologue

When I was little…we went to The Magic Kingdom…I went on this ride called “Snow White’s Scary Adventures”   I was only 5 so I was expecting happy adventures with Snow White, a few cute dwarves…singing birds and the occasional old lady with an apple. I got an eerie feeling the moment the ride took off. Where  is Snow White? Where are the Dwarves? It wasn’t until the ride was over that someone told me the ride was supposed to make you feel as if you WERE Snow White… What the???!! I didn’t want to be Snow White. That’s some scary stuff! But there I was, trapped on the ride, crashing into walls and dragged through a dungeon, being constantly tortured by frightening images of the evil witch. I walked off that ride scared, and to be honest…ticked off.  My older brother thought it was funny… he kept laughing at how terrified I was… so he bought me a Princess tiara. Gee…THANKS! Next time I am heading straight for Space Mountain!
 

Female Monologues

The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe – Dramatic Monologue

LUCY

We’ll see Mr Tumnus first. He’s the faun I told you about. Come on, then. This way. I’ll go in first! Oh! (The door has been wrenched off its hinges) Mr Tumnus! (LUCY plunges into the cave) (Off) Oh no! Mr Tumnus! . . . (LUCY emerges slowly, sadly carrying a wrecked painting) Poor Mr Tumnus. It was a lovely cave . . . It’s as if somebody dropped a bomb. Everything’s broken – all the plates and cups. And this painting of Mr Tumnus’ father – it’s been slashed to pieces by somebody’s claws. (She throws it back into the cave)… I found this notice pinned up. (Reads from paper) ‘The former occupant of these premises, the Faun Tumnus, is under arrest and awaiting his trial on a charge of High Treason against her Imperial Majesty Jadis, Queen of Narnia, Chatelaine of Cair Paravel etcetcetc, also of comforting her said Majesty’s enemies and fraternising with Humans. Signed MAUGRIM, Captain of the Secret Police. LONG LIVE THE QUEEN!’ . . . She’s not a real queen. She’s the White Witch. All the wood people hate her. She cast a spell over the whole country so that it’s always winter here. Always winter but never Christmas … That poor faun’s in trouble because of me. He hid me from the Witch and showed me the way home. That’s what is meant by comforting the Queen’s enemies and fraternising with Humans. We’ve got to rescue him! . . . Look! A robin! It’s the first bird I’ve seen here. I wonder if birds can talk in Narnia? (Addressing the robin) Please can you tell us where Tumnus the Faun has been taken? (LUCY takes one step towards the bird, who flies to the next tree) He wants us to follow him.


The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe – Dramatic Monologue

LUCY

It’s all right. It’s all right. I’ve come back. Why, haven’t you all been wondering where I was? I’ve been away for hours and hours. It was just after breakfast when I went into the wardrobe, and I’ve been away for hours, and had tea, and all sorts of things have happened. No, Peter. I’m not just making up a story for fun. I was in the wardrobe. It’s – it’s a magic wardrobe. There’s a wood inside it, and it’s snowing , and there’s a Faun and a Witch and it’s called Narnia; come and see. There! Go in and see for yourselves. But – but where has it all gone? No. It wasn’t a hoax, I promise. Really and truly. It was all different a moment ago. Honestly it was. 


“Good Deeds and Such” – Comedic Monologue
 
HILDA – Comedic Monologue

All right, you witches. We’ve got ourselves a PR problem here. Witches have got a seriously bad reputation here in Fairy Tale Land and it’s only getting worse since the Hansel and Gretel incident. I mean, come on people. Eating children. That’s just low. The fairies are thinking of getting rid of all magic. They can and they will unless we turn things around and prove we can handle having it. They gave it to Fairy Tale Land in the first place. And now they want it all back because they think we can’t handle it. We have a crisis here. I mean, what’s a witch without her magic? We’re nothing, I tell you. Nothing! We’ll be just a bunch of creepy old hags with bad hair and skin. We have to do a major PR thing. Good deeds and stuff. No? Then say “poof” to your magic and learn to use chopsticks because that’s all our wands will be good for. We need to do a good deed. Not just any good deed, but a whopper of a good one. We’re going to save the Prince… Aka Sleeping Handsome.  But think of the PR. Witches saving the Prince who has been put under a sleeping spell. And we must do it before some bubble headed princess manages to beat us to it.


From: Alice in Wonderland – ALICE – Classical Monologue

[Angrily] Why, how impolite of him. I asked him a civil question, and he pretended not to hear me. That’s not at all nice. [Calling after him] I say, Mr. White Rabbit, where are you going? Hmmm. He won’t answer me. And I do so want to know what he is late for. I wonder if I might follow him. Why not? There’s no rule that I mayn’t go where I please. I–I will follow him. Wait for me, Mr. White Rabbit. I’m coming, too! [Falling] How curious. I never realized that rabbit holes were so dark . . . and so long . . . and so empty. I believe I have been falling for five minutes, and I still can’t see the bottom! Hmph! After such a fall as this, I shall think nothing of tumbling downstairs. How brave they’ll all think me at home. Why, I wouldn’t say anything about it even if I fell off the top of the house! I wonder how many miles I’ve fallen by this time. I must be getting somewhere near the center of the earth. I wonder if I shall fall right through the earth! How funny that would be. Oh, I think I see the bottom. Yes, I’m sure I see the bottom. I shall hit the bottom, hit it very hard, and oh, how it will hurt!


“TTYL” – Comedic Monologue

So last night.. O…M…G…. I was watching TMZ with my BFF…FYI her name  is J.C…to get the 411 on  my latest peeps, aight.. When I see it’s official… all experts have agreed that Justin Bieber is out and Simon Curtis is in!!!! Holy Jonas Brothers!! JC and I immediately take out our Bold BB’s and start to BBM with all our worthy peeps. We had to save the popular kids in school from making a “my bad” the next morning at school. I mean one slip up like this could cost you your entire social career in (High / Middle) School. This one girl T.J. she didn’t get her BBM cause her mom grounded her for not doing her HW, whatever LOL… she showed up with a Justin Bieber T-shirt on at school the next day… let’s just say she’s now the girl that check’s out AV equipment in the library. TTYL…..


Barbie Monologue – Comedic Monologue

Sure, I’m beautiful. I have perfect eyelashes; I am an inspiration to like millions of little girls. I happen to be a teenage fashion model, Ballerina, nurse, flight attendant, tennis pro, ice skater, astronaut, teacher, singer, actress, dress designer, TV news reporter, veterinarian, teacher, astronaut rock star, scuba diver, artist, teacher, lifeguard, firefighter, dentist and a teacher. My life isn’t as good as everyone thinks it is. Wanna know one reason? Your arms. They don’t bend.  Have you ever tried putting on a shirt when your arms can’t bend? Even little things like calling ken are nearly impossible. (Pull out phone and talk to ken) Hello? Ken? Hey…It’s me Barbie. I miss you so much. *PAUSE* nope, I’m just chilling here in the Barbie house.*PAUSE* what? Yes, I love you too. *PAUSE*no I love you more*PAUSE* I love you the mostest*PAUSE* well I have to go now. *pause* no you hang up first. *PAUSE* ken. Just hang up…oh hes gone… (Look up like you suddenly realize that there is an audience). Well, I suppose being in a box can be fun. Like when all the little girls beg and beg to get you. I don’t blame them. If I saw a doll with hair as (flip and play with your hair) beautiful, shiny, soft and silky and totally unattainable as mine, I would want me too. OH, but like here is one thing that is completely horrible. Dress-up? Weddings? Tea parties? I can handle that. What I can’t handle? Little brothers and their smelly dogs. (Nod head sadly)  Have you ever been in the mouth of a hot sweaty pit bull? I don’t think so. Try getting out of that without bending your arms.  Omg. And like brother they think it’s like so funny to rip of your head and glue you to the body of a dinosaur? Does this look like the type of face that belongs on a dinosaur? No.  Curves are one thing but that is totally different. Well, I like need to go call ken. Bye.


Male Monologues

Peter Pan – Dramatic Monologue

MICHAEL

I won’t go to bed, I won’t, I won’t! Nana, it isn’t six o’clock yet. Two minutes more, please, one minute more? Nana, I won’t be bathed, I tell you I will not be bathed! I want to play house with Wendy and John. See, they’re pretending to be like mother and father. They need someone to play the child. Now John, have me. If you are not going to have me, then am I not to born at all? Please John, nobody wants me!


Comments

JR. Programs — 5 Comments

  1. The Barbie monologue and the disney danger monologue was the funniest out of all of them.

  2. I needed a short monologue for my play but I can’t seem to find a variation of short monologues for girls! But I did find a couple!