Question by  renee (354)

What are some good monologues for women from popular plays?


Answer by  Anonymous

Roxie Hart's (CHICAGO 2002) Monologue before her solo "ROXIE HART"


Answer by  benson54 (25)

One of the best monologues available is from the play "A Streetcar Named Desire". Choose any of the monologues spoken by the character Blanche.


Answer by  Sarah96 (52)

Good monologues for women include Dorothy's monologue from 42nd Street, Luisa's speech from The Fantasticks, Rose Carboni's monologue from I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, Maria's monologue from The Sound of Music, both Gypsy and Rose's monologues from Gypsy, Queen Aggravain's monologue from Once Upon A Mattress, and Roxie's monologue from Chicago.


Answer by  stephy (25)

Two of my favorite plays feature women with monologues, they are Legally Blonde and Wicked. You get the thoughts of Elle Woods and the Wicked Witch respectively.


Answer by  Olive (1195)

You can turn almost anything that appeals to you from a popular play into monologue. Don't stick to what others are doing. For example, the play Grey Gardens works.

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