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Diaper Diamonds is a comedy script.  Dan loses hidden diamonds and argues with his wife Zoey before crime lord Izzy show...
11/07/2021
Diaper Diamonds - Monologue Blogger

Diaper Diamonds is a comedy script. Dan loses hidden diamonds and argues with his wife Zoey before crime lord Izzy shows up at their doorstep.

A panicked yet restrained Dan enters the living room.

DAN: Hey Zo, where’d you go and put all the baby diapers?

ZOEY: What diapers?

DAN: The diapers. (beat) Where’s the baby diapers?

ZOEY: Baby diapers? You mean those things used for babies to go to the bathroom in?

DAN: (sighs) ..Yeah.

ZOEY: Oh those! (sarcastic chuckle) We’re all out of baby diapers, Dan.

DAN: But there was a whole stack of ’em.

ZOEY: You must be dreamin’.

DAN: I’m bein’ serious.

ZOEY: I stopped using baby diapers, Dan. We ain’t got the money to buy new ones, Dan. I been wrapping Chloe in t-shirts and bandannas, Dan.

DAN: But I left an unused baby diaper where I keep my socks.

ZOEY: I already found it and used it.

DAN: You used the baby diaper that was in my sock draw?

ZOEY: It’s a baby diaper you son of a bitch. Course I used it.

DAN: Man oh man oh man!!!

ZOEY: What’s gotten into you?

DAN: That was our pay day.

ZOEY: Our what?

DAN: The stash Zoey, the–that’s where I hid the diamonds!

(to read full script - click image link below)

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Diaper Diamonds is a comedy script. Dan loses hidden diamonds and argues with his wife Zoey before crime lord Izzy shows up at their doorstep.

15 Short Play #Scripts for #Drama Students offers teachers and performing arts students short drama scripts for practice...
11/05/2021
15 Short Play Scripts for Drama Students - Monologue Blogger

15 Short Play #Scripts for #Drama Students offers teachers and performing arts students short drama scripts for practice and study.

Shared here are short scene previews taken from the full one-act #play script.

15 Short Play Scripts for Drama Students offers teachers and performing arts students short drama scripts for practice and study.

Cruel Joke is a short comedy/crime #script about two small time crooks who await further instructions to pull their next...
11/04/2021
Cruel Joke - Monologue Blogger

Cruel Joke is a short comedy/crime #script about two small time crooks who await further instructions to pull their next job. #comedy #films

Cruel Joke is a short comedy/crime script about two small time crooks who await further instructions to pull their next job.

10 Short Plays to Adapt into Short Films offers #filmmakers and creators alike to use Monologue Blogger scripts for non-...
11/02/2021
10 Short Plays to Adapt into Short Films - Monologue Blogger

10 Short Plays to Adapt into Short Films offers #filmmakers and creators alike to use Monologue Blogger scripts for non-commercial projects.

Here are 10 new 1 act play scripts we feel have great potential when it comes to #film adaptation.

The #scripts shared here are really good for modest budgets, scripts that are mostly one location based with two to four characters at most.

We encourage you to read through our #scene and #monologue material before deciding what’s best for your own #creative needs.

10 Short Plays to Adapt into Short Films offers filmmakers and creators alike to use Monologue Blogger scripts for non-commercial projects.

10 Best One-Act Plays for High School Performing Arts gives theatre students & drama teachers 10 of the best plays for l...
10/17/2021
10 Best One-Act Plays for High School Performing Arts - Monologue Blogger

10 Best One-Act Plays for High School Performing Arts gives theatre students & drama teachers 10 of the best plays for license-free scripts. #monologues #scripts #drama #auditions

10 Best One-Act Plays for High School Performing Arts gives theatre students & drama teachers 10 of the best plays for license-free scripts.

In Eye of the Whale, Gene revisits a story about a humpback whale he encountered on a wooden raft out on the open sea.GE...
10/13/2021
Eye of the Whale - Monologue Blogger

In Eye of the Whale, Gene revisits a story about a humpback whale he encountered on a wooden raft out on the open sea.

GENE: Ahh, there it is, finally, the good ole stare into the glass to see what’s at the bottom…and what is it? I know what’s at the bottom. I’ve been to the bottom of the sea…I was on a wooden raft for three weeks once; about one hundred miles off the coast of Bermuda. During that time I survived on canned beans and rainwater…and I said my goodbyes…but, it all changed you see…as fate would have it, a humpback whale visited me on the seventh day. At first I thought he’d make a meal of me, but instead he became my companion. Day or night, he swam slowly by my side, never once abandoning me. We’d talk for hours, keeping each other company from one day into the next. I would tell him all about my life, my wrongs, my rights and I felt him listening…his eyes were the most truthful eyes I’d ever known…that was until I realized who they reminded me of…Bella…

Bella’s eyes have always been the most magnetic pair of eyes you could ever be lucky enough to experience…eyes that were deep with understanding…knowing. Well, once that realization came over me, I was gone, gone with all my lies and sorry for all my mistakes. I shared my heart with my new sea friend ’cause I had nothing else to lose but my integrity and I fought for every inch of it on the open sea by sharing every mistake and asking for a second chance so that I can ask you again Bella, just once more, so that I may ask you for your forgiveness, for all that I’ve done. I didn’t stop fighting for you Bella, right until my sea friend swam me back to land and you can believe me or not but the truth is, I stand here before you a changed man. (he drinks from his shot glass)

#drama #fantasy #plays #auditions

In Eye of the Whale, Gene revisits a story about a humpback whale he encountered on a wooden raft out on the open sea.

19 Best One-Act Plays for #Drama Department offers universities, high schools and drama classes dramatically stimulating...
10/13/2021
19 Best One-Act Plays for Drama Department - Monologue Blogger

19 Best One-Act Plays for #Drama Department offers universities, high schools and drama classes dramatically stimulating and modern plays. #monologues #scripts

19 Best One-Act Plays for Drama Department offers universities, high schools and drama classes dramatically stimulating and modern plays.

In Miss Marmalade and the Emerald Sea, Miss Marmalade talks to Mr. Baldwin about the potential leave she may take from h...
09/30/2021
Miss Marmalade and the Emerald Sea - Monologue Blogger

In Miss Marmalade and the Emerald Sea, Miss Marmalade talks to Mr. Baldwin about the potential leave she may take from her work.

MISS MARMALADE: There’s a tiny French island surrounded by emerald green water in the Mediterranean. It’s off the coast of the Riviera. There is a new jazz club opening up and the owner is a friend of Ernie’s and asked Ernie if he would be interested in leading a house band to play each night. I believe Ernie wishes to marry me Mr. Baldwin, and being a woman of my…distinction, I can’t say it doesn’t sound romantic. The open air, moonlight, the sound of jazz playing over the ocean’s sweet breeze. I imagine that’s where I’d like to be. However, what you’ve just proposed is a very serious undertaking. But let’s be realistic Mr. Baldwin, you and I both know that you are in perfect health and that you and Norma can get along completely fine without me. (beat) Although Norma is most important to me…she is old enough to see the world on her own, wouldn’t you say? Eventually, I must come to the conclusion as to whether or not I am to go to the emerald sea…#monologues #auditions #plays #drama

In Miss Marmalade and the Emerald Sea, Miss Marmalade talks to Mr. Baldwin about the potential leave she may take from her work.

In Vin Rouge, Cosmo shares with his girlfriend Rianna his passions and theory of love, life and existence.COSMO:  Why do...
09/28/2021
Vin Rouge - Monologue Blogger

In Vin Rouge, Cosmo shares with his girlfriend Rianna his passions and theory of love, life and existence.

COSMO: Why do you keep bringing that up? I like my life the way it is. It’s plain. Colorless. I can’t take too much color…yellows and blues. The intensity will blast out my eardrums. I like to sit in purple. Why can’t I watch a snail on a windowsill all day long? Why can’t I count how many dung eaters exist on a ball of manure? You expect me to shout. To comb my hair. Wash my feet. Dance the tango. I look at you and I see a woman. A woman of the soil. Rich in nutrients. Full of lust. You make me chew my tongue with hope. Do you see? I am a lovebird. You’re my keeper. Together we share a kinship Rianna. Drop me down to the ground and I will roll around in the dirt seeking knowledge…but without you, I might – (suddenly) Excusez-moi!!! (beat) (to Waiter) Une bouteille de vin rouge s’il te plaît. (beat) (to Rianna) I love you. I don’t love you. I love you. Like rain that falls on dry sand. You can go wherever you wish. I am here if you want me and like the wind if you don’t. #monologues #acting #auditions #plays

In Vin Rouge, Cosmo shares with his girlfriend Rianna his passions and theory of love, life and existence.

18 contemporary #monologues from published #plays for actors, creatives, filmmakers and teachers.  Our ePlays consist of...
09/25/2021
18 Monologues from Published Plays - Monologue Blogger

18 contemporary #monologues from published #plays for actors, creatives, filmmakers and teachers. Our ePlays consist of short plays for student acting practice or actors who need monologues from a published play.

18 Contemporary Monologues from Published Plays for actors, creatives, filmmakers and teachers. Our ePlays consist of short plays for student acting practice.

In Number 23, Cal tries to communicate to the laundry shop owner that trouble is on the horizon if the missing gown is n...
09/21/2021
Number 23 - Monologue Blogger

In Number 23, Cal tries to communicate to the laundry shop owner that trouble is on the horizon if the missing gown is not retrieved.

CAL: Okay…I don’t think you realize the dilemma you’re putting me under. Mrs. Hudgins won’t be happy at all when I explain to her that you threw out her gown! A very expensive coffee stained gown! A gown she took tremendous delight in wearing. In fact, I was with her when she bought it. After an agonizing week during a blistering summer in Southern Italy, shop after shop for countless hours, until she finally stumbled upon the miracle of finding the most incredible gown. Can’t tell you what a relief I’ve always felt whenever she’d wear the damn thing. Crying to me about how lucky she was to find it. Boasting to me about how magnificent she looked while wearing it, and when she did wear it, she was an entirely new person.

Nothing like the overbearing, bitter and offensive woman she is often guilty of being. You wouldn’t want to know her on one of her bad days, I’ve seen people hold their breath in utter fear from one of her furies; I’ve seen heads roll from their shoulders, caught in the wind of her storm…but in that gown and only, only in that divine gown, is she transfixed. Mrs. Hudgins is not, I repeat NOT a woman to upset. And if I have to let her know that her beloved gown was thrown in the trash because of your false assumption, I’ll promise you she’ll be coming back here in a blind rage and you’ll be running for cover. What do you have to say about that? #comedy #monologues #auditions #plays #lol

In Number 23, Cal tries to communicate to the laundry shop owner that trouble is on the horizon if the missing gown is not retrieved.

In End of the Rabbit Hole, Jeff asks his friend to do something that isn’t expected and that goes beyond his friend’s be...
09/21/2021
End of the Rabbit Hole - Monologue Blogger

In End of the Rabbit Hole, Jeff asks his friend to do something that isn’t expected and that goes beyond his friend’s beliefs.

JEFF: My whole life has been a series of bad decisions. You know me better than anybody. I ain’t ever gonna get out of this one Marshal. I’ve reached the end of the rabbit hole, there’s no light left. I’m not the brightest, we know that and I’m guilty of it, but it’s not rocket science to know they were gunning for me. I went to the club tonight as a final gesture for them all to kiss my ass. For this life I’ve lived, to kiss my ass. I celebrated one last hurrah. I’m leaving everything behind. There’s Annie. She deserves so much better than any life I could give her, I’ll just be selfish to continue on. I love her too much…I gotta go out on my own terms and I can, if you help me out on this one last thing. You’ve always been there for me and I’ve never said thank you for any of it…I know it’s not why you came here tonight, I know, but it’s my only chance at leaving this place with a little bit of self-respect…you understand that. I can’t ask this from anyone but you…#monologues #auditions #drama #acting

In End of the Rabbit Hole, Jeff asks his friend to do something that isn't expected and that goes beyond his friend's beliefs.

In Each Slow Dusk, Benjamin seeks shelter in a cabin during a heavy rainstorm but everything isn’t as it seems to be.(sp...
09/18/2021
Each Slow Dusk - Monologue Blogger

In Each Slow Dusk, Benjamin seeks shelter in a cabin during a heavy rainstorm but everything isn’t as it seems to be.

(speaking to Mae – the woman who owns the cabin)

BENJAMIN: (clears his throat) Mmm, sips tea. Lovely. I was getting a bit of the sniffles, but this fire here and this tea will warm me right up, I’m sure of it. Thank you.

It’s comin’ down quite hard, but it doesn’t matter the elements. I’m a bounty hunter. Bet you never would have guessed it. (chuckles) Well, true to form I am. Not by passion, just by trade. Got one a them wailers tied up in the wagon not too far off from here…got ’em chained up kinda good so he won’t be goin’ nowhere and I sure weren’t gonna play no sittin’ duck in this storm with ’em; listening to ’em wail about how he’s afraid of lighting and thunder and all. Weren’t my idea of a good night if you catch my drift. Been doin’ this line a work far too long to have to listen to grown men moan about their misfortunes. I left ’em a bottle of whiskey. Sulk by himself. Least I could do. Hell. I’m getting’ a pretty penny for hauling his ass in anyway. What difference does it make if I give away a cheap bottle a whiskey, eh? (beat) Another time I was haulin’ in a former soldier turned rogue who had a rotting wisdom tooth. He’d be cryin’ out to the moon each time the wagon wheels went over a big enough rock..finally, I took mercy on ’em and poured a bottle of whiskey down his throat…tied my fishing line to his tooth and gave him a good yank..out it came, black and gray all over..rest of the ride into town was pure bliss; even though they hanged his ass not six hours after. (beat) What’s a lady like yourself doin’ this far out in the woods alone on a night like this? #monologues #plays #auditions #drama

In Each Slow Dusk, Benjamin seeks shelter in a cabin during a heavy rainstorm but everything isn't as it seems to be.

In Nightfall, Betsy speaks to her top man Henry about whether or not her nephew Willard should stick around.BETSY: It’s ...
09/13/2021
Nightfall - Monologue Blogger

In Nightfall, Betsy speaks to her top man Henry about whether or not her nephew Willard should stick around.

BETSY: It’s one of them hot and bothersome days; not enough spike in my whiskey to cool my heels. For the life of me I just can’t think straight. I realize I have to make a decision, but this one’s tough. (beat) He’s been given every chance…such a burden that boy. Ha! Boy! He’s a full grown man that one, with the mind of a troubled teen…it’s no use, he’s getting in the way of business. Can’t have that. Can’t have that little son of a bitch turning this place on its face. Not after all my sacrifice. (sighs) He’s honest. That’s his trouble. Doesn’t know when or even how to keep his mouth shut. Tried so many times to peel his baby blue eyes back, make him see…can’t get in…mm…it’s my fault..should have sent him away but; ah…(sighs) couldn’t do that. He’ll be a headache removed but replaced with what? Guilt? He didn’t ask to be born, mm, not the way he is, not the way we are…#plays #monologues #drama #comedy

In Nightfall, Betsy speaks to her top man Henry about whether or not her nephew Willard should stick around.

In Manic Situations, Lula confides in her sister Sally over how she can’t seem to find any balance or joy in her life.LU...
09/09/2021
Manic Situations - Monologue Blogger

In Manic Situations, Lula confides in her sister Sally over how she can’t seem to find any balance or joy in her life.

LULA: So damn tired of all these manic situations. One wave after another slapping me down. There’s too much water, Sally. I can’t get back up on my own two feet anymore. Chucky wants me to have a baby, says that’s the only way I’ll ever be happy. But Chucky don’t really know me, do he? (drops cigarette and stomps it out with her foot) As if to say that having a baby is my cure to life? I been through this life, backwards and forwards, I’ve drawn circles and swung from vines, I’ve jumped through the air and marched through hurricane clouds…I know…I know what’s out there…expect me to be somebody’s momma? (giggles) That’s not my position of power; where I’ll ever hold court. (pause) I don’t know what I want from my life…being awake or sleeping are both filled with a sinking feeling that keeps dragging me down further, where there’s worms, bugs that wish to eat me and make me disappear forever…I don’t ever wanna disappear forever, Sally. (beat) I want to feel…love…can’t that be a good enough reason to live? #monologues #auditions #drama #plays

In Manic Situations, Lula confides in her sister Sally over how she can't seem to find any balance or joy in her life.

In The Windowsill, Uncle Fritz tries to reason with the painful reality that his brother is gone and how he hopes to car...
09/02/2021
The Windowsill - Monologue Blogger

In The Windowsill, Uncle Fritz tries to reason with the painful reality that his brother is gone and how he hopes to care for his nephew.

UNCLE FRITZ: This world is full of people, ain’t it Jim? (beat) I know why you keep starin’ out this here window, I know what you keep hoping to find. I’m sad to say that you won’t ever find it. You may see someone with the resemblance, but that will only leave you bitter. That much I know, son. I don’t understand any of it, either. Don’t know why they were both taken from us…I miss your father terribly. He was a good brother to me. He loved you special. (beat) I can count whatever good I’ve ever done on one hand…there’s just us now, but it’s okay, we can grieve together…we can cry…I’m gonna raise ya up right, Jimmy. You’re gonna do your parents proud. Is that okay with ya?

After a moment, Jimmy sulks.

It’s okay, son.

#monologues #plays #auditions

In The Windowsill, Uncle Fritz tries to reason with the painful reality that his brother is gone and how he hopes to care for his nephew.

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    Diaper Diamonds is a comedy script. Dan loses hidden diamonds and argues with his wife Zoey before crime lord Izzy shows up at their doorstep. A panicked yet restrained Dan enters the living room. DAN: Hey Zo, where’d you go and put all the baby diapers? ZOEY: What diapers? DAN: The diapers. (beat) Where’s the baby diapers? ZOEY: Baby diapers? You mean those things used for babies to go to the bathroom in? DAN: (sighs) ..Yeah. ZOEY: Oh those! (sarcastic chuckle) We’re all out of baby diapers, Dan. DAN: But there was a whole stack of ’em. ZOEY: You must be dreamin’. DAN: I’m bein’ serious. ZOEY: I stopped using baby diapers, Dan. We ain’t got the money to buy new ones, Dan. I been wrapping Chloe in t-shirts and bandannas, Dan. DAN: But I left an unused baby diaper where I keep my socks. ZOEY: I already found it and used it. DAN: You used the baby diaper that was in my sock draw? ZOEY: It’s a baby diaper you son of a bitch. Course I used it. DAN: Man oh man oh man!!! ZOEY: What’s gotten into you? DAN: That was our pay day. ZOEY: Our what? DAN: The stash Zoey, the–that’s where I hid the diamonds! (to read full script - click image link below) #scripts #auditions #acting #writing #create #comedy #lol #laugh #funny #script #monologue
    15 Short Play #Scripts for #Drama Students offers teachers and performing arts students short drama scripts for practice and study. Shared here are short scene previews taken from the full one-act #play script.
    Cruel Joke is a short comedy/crime #script about two small time crooks who await further instructions to pull their next job. #comedy #films
    10 Short Plays to Adapt into Short Films offers #filmmakers and creators alike to use Monologue Blogger scripts for non-commercial projects. Here are 10 new 1 act play scripts we feel have great potential when it comes to #film adaptation. The #scripts shared here are really good for modest budgets, scripts that are mostly one location based with two to four characters at most. We encourage you to read through our #scene and #monologue material before deciding what’s best for your own #creative needs.
    10 Best One-Act Plays for High School Performing Arts gives theatre students & drama teachers 10 of the best plays for license-free scripts. #monologues #scripts #drama #auditions
    In Eye of the Whale, Gene revisits a story about a humpback whale he encountered on a wooden raft out on the open sea. GENE: Ahh, there it is, finally, the good ole stare into the glass to see what’s at the bottom…and what is it? I know what’s at the bottom. I’ve been to the bottom of the sea…I was on a wooden raft for three weeks once; about one hundred miles off the coast of Bermuda. During that time I survived on canned beans and rainwater…and I said my goodbyes…but, it all changed you see…as fate would have it, a humpback whale visited me on the seventh day. At first I thought he’d make a meal of me, but instead he became my companion. Day or night, he swam slowly by my side, never once abandoning me. We’d talk for hours, keeping each other company from one day into the next. I would tell him all about my life, my wrongs, my rights and I felt him listening…his eyes were the most truthful eyes I’d ever known…that was until I realized who they reminded me of…Bella… Bella’s eyes have always been the most magnetic pair of eyes you could ever be lucky enough to experience…eyes that were deep with understanding…knowing. Well, once that realization came over me, I was gone, gone with all my lies and sorry for all my mistakes. I shared my heart with my new sea friend ’cause I had nothing else to lose but my integrity and I fought for every inch of it on the open sea by sharing every mistake and asking for a second chance so that I can ask you again Bella, just once more, so that I may ask you for your forgiveness, for all that I’ve done. I didn’t stop fighting for you Bella, right until my sea friend swam me back to land and you can believe me or not but the truth is, I stand here before you a changed man. (he drinks from his shot glass) #drama #fantasy #plays #auditions
    19 Best One-Act Plays for #Drama Department offers universities, high schools and drama classes dramatically stimulating and modern plays. #monologues #scripts
    In Miss Marmalade and the Emerald Sea, Miss Marmalade talks to Mr. Baldwin about the potential leave she may take from her work. MISS MARMALADE: There’s a tiny French island surrounded by emerald green water in the Mediterranean. It’s off the coast of the Riviera. There is a new jazz club opening up and the owner is a friend of Ernie’s and asked Ernie if he would be interested in leading a house band to play each night. I believe Ernie wishes to marry me Mr. Baldwin, and being a woman of my…distinction, I can’t say it doesn’t sound romantic. The open air, moonlight, the sound of jazz playing over the ocean’s sweet breeze. I imagine that’s where I’d like to be. However, what you’ve just proposed is a very serious undertaking. But let’s be realistic Mr. Baldwin, you and I both know that you are in perfect health and that you and Norma can get along completely fine without me. (beat) Although Norma is most important to me…she is old enough to see the world on her own, wouldn’t you say? Eventually, I must come to the conclusion as to whether or not I am to go to the emerald sea…#monologues #auditions #plays #drama
    In Vin Rouge, Cosmo shares with his girlfriend Rianna his passions and theory of love, life and existence. COSMO: Why do you keep bringing that up? I like my life the way it is. It’s plain. Colorless. I can’t take too much color…yellows and blues. The intensity will blast out my eardrums. I like to sit in purple. Why can’t I watch a snail on a windowsill all day long? Why can’t I count how many dung eaters exist on a ball of manure? You expect me to shout. To comb my hair. Wash my feet. Dance the tango. I look at you and I see a woman. A woman of the soil. Rich in nutrients. Full of lust. You make me chew my tongue with hope. Do you see? I am a lovebird. You’re my keeper. Together we share a kinship Rianna. Drop me down to the ground and I will roll around in the dirt seeking knowledge…but without you, I might – (suddenly) Excusez-moi!!! (beat) (to Waiter) Une bouteille de vin rouge s’il te plaît. (beat) (to Rianna) I love you. I don’t love you. I love you. Like rain that falls on dry sand. You can go wherever you wish. I am here if you want me and like the wind if you don’t. #monologues #acting #auditions #plays
    18 contemporary #monologues from published #plays for actors, creatives, filmmakers and teachers. Our ePlays consist of short plays for student acting practice or actors who need monologues from a published play.
    In Number 23, Cal tries to communicate to the laundry shop owner that trouble is on the horizon if the missing gown is not retrieved. CAL: Okay…I don’t think you realize the dilemma you’re putting me under. Mrs. Hudgins won’t be happy at all when I explain to her that you threw out her gown! A very expensive coffee stained gown! A gown she took tremendous delight in wearing. In fact, I was with her when she bought it. After an agonizing week during a blistering summer in Southern Italy, shop after shop for countless hours, until she finally stumbled upon the miracle of finding the most incredible gown. Can’t tell you what a relief I’ve always felt whenever she’d wear the damn thing. Crying to me about how lucky she was to find it. Boasting to me about how magnificent she looked while wearing it, and when she did wear it, she was an entirely new person. Nothing like the overbearing, bitter and offensive woman she is often guilty of being. You wouldn’t want to know her on one of her bad days, I’ve seen people hold their breath in utter fear from one of her furies; I’ve seen heads roll from their shoulders, caught in the wind of her storm…but in that gown and only, only in that divine gown, is she transfixed. Mrs. Hudgins is not, I repeat NOT a woman to upset. And if I have to let her know that her beloved gown was thrown in the trash because of your false assumption, I’ll promise you she’ll be coming back here in a blind rage and you’ll be running for cover. What do you have to say about that? #comedy #monologues #auditions #plays #lol
    In End of the Rabbit Hole, Jeff asks his friend to do something that isn’t expected and that goes beyond his friend’s beliefs. JEFF: My whole life has been a series of bad decisions. You know me better than anybody. I ain’t ever gonna get out of this one Marshal. I’ve reached the end of the rabbit hole, there’s no light left. I’m not the brightest, we know that and I’m guilty of it, but it’s not rocket science to know they were gunning for me. I went to the club tonight as a final gesture for them all to kiss my ass. For this life I’ve lived, to kiss my ass. I celebrated one last hurrah. I’m leaving everything behind. There’s Annie. She deserves so much better than any life I could give her, I’ll just be selfish to continue on. I love her too much…I gotta go out on my own terms and I can, if you help me out on this one last thing. You’ve always been there for me and I’ve never said thank you for any of it…I know it’s not why you came here tonight, I know, but it’s my only chance at leaving this place with a little bit of self-respect…you understand that. I can’t ask this from anyone but you…#monologues #auditions #drama #acting