NEW RESOURCE: If you are a new teacher, or new to teaching drama, check out the Methods of Teaching Theatre: A Teacher Toolkit. Enjoy the tools and activities you need to plan for and execute a well-run classroom. NEW RESOURCE: If you are a new teacher, or new to teaching drama, check out the Methods of Teaching Theatre: A Teacher Toolkit. Enjoy the tools and activities you need to plan for and execute a well-run classroom.
What time is it? It’s competition time - monologues, scenes, and one acts.
The season is nearing (perhaps it’s looming) or maybe you’re hiding under your pillow in complete denial. You need material for your students and if you have to sit through the same monologues one more time… Who knows, but it won’t be pretty.
Do not fear. Don’t fear the reaper and don’t fear the search for competition material. We’re here to help.
The pieces in our monologue and scene collections all come from published plays (they all can be found at theatrefolk.com if you want to read the whole play). Each selection give you an approximate running time, a description, and staging suggestions.
Middle School Teacher? Check out the Stand Alone collections. Most are middle school appropriate and those that we think are on the edge are clearly identified.
Do your students need help taking their pieces to the next level? Check out these helpful blogs and podcasts!
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