Monologues

SCORE

$0.99

MALE
COMEDIC
2min
12-16
YEARS OLD

A touchdown in the third quarter, heading into the fifth inning now, he’s about to shoot the ball when the goalie swoops in and blocks the shot! The crowd goes wild and the cheerleaders…well…they cheer and all is well in the world with the LakerMetsRangers and cheeseheads alike fan themselves and reach for the dip. (Beat) At least that’s what my friends do. It’s not me. Is it so bad that instead of running track or doing layups across the gym floor, I’m actually under the bleachers listening to track number 3, A Brass Thing, on Serenada Schizophrana, Danny Elman’s 2006 Studio album? Is it? Someday I’m gonna be just like Danny. Danny’s the man. I’m just not a sports guy like they all think. See my friends think that playing sports does things for them like getting them girls. But I think scoring music for movies get’s inside of the girls. You know not like that…..

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  • Written by: Amanda B. Goodman

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A touchdown in the third quarter, heading into the fifth inning now, he’s about to shoot the ball when the goalie swoops in and blocks the shot! The crowd goes wild and the cheerleaders…well…they cheer and all is well in the world with the LakerMetsRangers and cheeseheads alike fan themselves and reach for the dip. (Beat) At least that’s what my friends do. It’s not me. Is it so bad that instead of running track or doing layups across the gym floor, I’m actually under the bleachers listening to track number 3, A Brass Thing, on Serenada Schizophrana, Danny Elman’s 2006 Studio album? Is it? Someday I’m gonna be just like Danny. Danny’s the man. I’m just not a sports guy like they all think. See my friends think that playing sports does things for them like getting them girls. But I think scoring music for movies get’s inside of the girls. You know not like that…..

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

  • Written by: Amanda B. Goodman