Monologues

GRETA GARBO AND I

$0.99

MALE
DRAMATIC
2min
30-70
YEARS OLD

(Lights on a man. He wears a baseball cap. He takes off his baseball cap and holds it out to the audience.)

This is what it’s come to…underground…hat in hand…Saturday afternoons crowd rushing up and down…to catch the “A”…to catch the “E”…the “C” or “L”…on their way to some God awful Hell…banish the thought…I wish no one ill will…standing still….at the top of the stairs…hat in hand…hat always in hand…
…bent slightly…ever so…a twinkle in my eye…trace of a smile…the sound of coins land in my hat…there is hope… accumulation of wealth…I’m wearing a baseball cap and a plaid flannel shirt…I do not smell today…I am clean…whatever that means…I only repulse the people I know…strangers see me differently of course…God bless strangers…and God bless you for listening…and God bless my Sister…committed…caring… kind…do I dare say “loving”…do I dare to say it…I do not…I must not…I will be sadly disappointed if I do…..

This is an excerpt/preview. You will be able to download the entire monologue once purchased.

  • Written by: Mark Levine

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(Lights on a man. He wears a baseball cap. He takes off his baseball cap and holds it out to the audience.)

This is what it’s come to…underground…hat in hand…Saturday afternoons crowd rushing up and down…to catch the “A”…to catch the “E”…the “C” or “L”…on their way to some God awful Hell…banish the thought…I wish no one ill will…standing still….at the top of the stairs…hat in hand…hat always in hand…
…bent slightly…ever so…a twinkle in my eye…trace of a smile…the sound of coins land in my hat…there is hope… accumulation of wealth…I’m wearing a baseball cap and a plaid flannel shirt…I do not smell today…I am clean…whatever that means…I only repulse the people I know…strangers see me differently of course…God bless strangers…and God bless you for listening…and God bless my Sister…committed…caring… kind…do I dare say “loving”…do I dare to say it…I do not…I must not…I will be sadly disappointed if I do…..

This is an excerpt/preview. You will be able to download the entire monologue once purchased.

  • Written by: Mark Levine