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What are some free drama monologues for teenagers?

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Some free drama monologues for teenagers include "The Beanstalk" and "A Klingon in Love" from TaraMeddaugh.com and "Only Children Believe in Butterflies" from FreeDrama.net. Visit either of these sites for more drama monologues for teenagers that can be used for free.

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"The Beanstalk" is a comedic monologue for a male teen that uses the story of "Jack and the Beanstalk" as its context. The speaker is a 14-year old boy on a giant beanstalk leading to the clouds. He is speaking to a black crow and sharing his fear of having to go down the beanstalk. "A Klingon in Love" is another comedic male monologue. The speaker, Arlen, is in a Star Trek convention wearing a Klingon costume. He speaks to a woman in a Star Fleet officer uniform and declares his love for her.

"Only Children Believe in Butterflies" is a dramatic monologue from the play "Bullied, Bungled and Botched" by D.M. Larson. The central character is a girl watching the sky by herself in a garden. The monologue starts when she hears someone approaching and she talk about wanting to be left alone and goes on to talk about her fears and her memories.

Aside from TaraMeddaugh.com and FreeDrama.net, materials for monologues are also available on Ace-Your-Audition.com and StageAgent.com. In addition to the monologue texts, StageAgent.com also provides monologue contexts, character analyses, and video performance examples. The materials from these sites are free to use, but the authors require performers to secure permission to use the materials for auditions and performances.

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