People ask me all the time where my ideas come from. The short answer is, “Everywhere!” I took these pictures over the course of an hour in New York. Pictures are a great resource to prompt monologues and dialogues. Today we have picture prompts for monologue inspiration and on Saturday we’ll use pictures for dialogue inspiration.
The character in the monologue is taking this picture. Write a monologue that takes place in the moment before snapping the shot.
Write a monologue from the perspective of a character who hates olives.
The character in the monologue is this taxi cab cartoon. Based on what you see, how would he introduce himself to a stranger? What would he share? Would he share too much?
Write a monologue from the perspective of the graffiti artist as he/she stands in front of the garage door.
Write a monologue from the perspective of a salesman for the cosmic pet shuttle.
Write a monologue for a character who owns this cafe. Why did he/she name the cafe as such?