Finding Monologues, Dialogues, & Plays

How to find monologues, dialogues, and plays in the FIU library catalog.

"The world is a stage, but the play is badly cast." OSCAR WILDE, LORD SAVILE'S CRIME

 

 "I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being." ~ Oscar Wilde 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL: A COLLECTION OF MONOLOGUES

All's Well That Ends Well

by Jason Milligan.

 A collection of 50 new audition monologues: 25 for men and 25 for women, all various character types and situations. Each monologue comes with two possible endings -- for a total of 100 variations.

Green Library General Collection -- 6th floor

PN4305.M6M54 2010   

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SPOTLIGHT ON MONOLOGUES

FINDING MONOLOGUES IN THE CATALOG

Most monologue and dialogue collections are shelved in the call number range beginning with

PN 2080. 

You can go up to the shelves and browse, or you can use the catalog to find a specific title first. 

However, that is not the extent of what we own, so don't get discouraged. 

Search the library catalog for the subject monologues or dialogues (note that most catalogs and databases use the British spelling of these words). 

You can further refine your search by adding keywords:

Monologues women
 
Monologues Shakespeare
 
Other subject headings:
 
One-act plays
 
Acting--auditions
 
 

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