Paperback ISBN: 1559364645
"Bogosian's a born storyteller with perfect pitch."?The New York Times "Greatly and bilaterally talented . . . spiky, stinging, caustic without cauterizing. And funny."?New York This new collection by one of America's premier performers and most innovative and provocative artists includes one hundred monologues from his acclaimed plays and solo shows including: Drinking in America; Men Inside; Pounding Nails in the Floor with My Forehead; Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, and more. Also included are additional pieces from the Pulitzer Prize finalist Talk Radio and Notes from Underground. Eric Bogosian has received three Obie awards and has toured throughout the country. His other well-known pieces include the solo performances FunHouse and Wake Up and Smell The Coffee and the full-length plays Suburbia, Griller, Red Angel, and Humpty Dumpty. He is the author of two novels, Mall and Wasted Beauty, and a novella, Notes from Underground. As an actor, Bogosian has appeared in numerous films and television programs, including Robert Altman's The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, Atom Egoyan's Ararat, Woody Allen's Oscar-nominated Deconstructing Harry (1997), and Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2006–2010).
Paperback ISBN: 1495069249
(Applause Acting Series). The plays in this volume of 5-Minute Plays are geared toward adults. Some are comedic, some are dramatic, some are realistic in style, while others are more unconventional. Their length makes them perfect for scene work in class. A few of the plays are written by playwrights who have established quite a reputation with their full-length plays, such as Don Nigro, Lee Blessing, Y York, and Sheila Callaghan. But most are by what I call exciting up-and-comers, such as Nicole Pandolfo, Merridith Allen, Andrew Biss, Adam Kraar, Stephanie Hutchinson, Judy Klass, John McKinney, Scott C. Sickles, Graham Techler, Eric Grant, Deanna Alisa Ableser, Kerri Kochanski, Lisa Bruna, and Grace Trotta.
5-Minute Plays for Teens
Paperback ISBN: 1495069257
(Applause Acting Series). The plays in this volume of 5-Minute Plays for Teens are perfect for production by high schools, in that each play contains only teen characters, and the subject matter will appeal to aspiring young actors, making it easy to connect with the characters and situations. Some of the plays are comedic, some are dramatic, some are realistic in style, and some are more unconventional. Their length also makes them perfect for scene work in class. Some are by playwrights well known for their full-length plays, such as the prolific and brilliant Don Nigro, Richard Vetere, and Jack Gilhooley. But most are by exciting up-and-comers, such as Nicole Pandolfo, C. S. Hanson, Catherine Weingarten, L. E. Grabowski-Cotton, Christopher Innvar, and Adrienne Dawes. 5-Minute Plays for Teens is ideal for theater students, youth groups, and acting classes.
The Actor's Book of Monologues for Women
From Non-Dramatic Sources
Paperback ISBN: 0140157875
Gathers selections from poetry, fiction, diaries, and journals that provide useful monologues for actresses
The Actor's Book of Movie Monologues
Paperback ISBN: 014009475x
For actors, acting students, and film buffs, this book of more than 100 movie monologues has the juiciest roles that will help you create the perfect audition. Whether you need a long or short part, you'll find great selections of male and female characters for all types across diverse age ranges. Use this reference for the featured scenes from screenplays of such classics as Adam’s Rib by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin, The Goodbye Girl by Neil Simon, The French Lieutenant’s Woman by Harold Pinter, and The Conversation by Francis Ford Coppola, among others.
The Actor's Scenebook
Scenes and Monologues from Contemporary Plays
Paperback ISBN: 0553263668
A selection of more than eighty scenes and monologues from the finest contemporary plays is accompanied by helpful tips for prospective actors on acting techniques, overcoming stagefright, building confidence, and improving concentration
Actors Book of Classical Monologues
Paperback ISBN: 0140106766
Gathers monologues for women and men from Sophocles, Euripides, Aeschylus, Shakespeare, Sheridan, Dryden, and Congreve
Malicious Monologues & Ruthless Recitations
Paperback ISBN: 1557833915
Finally, a monologue book for actors with a malicious sense of humor - and a ruthless sense of joie de vivre! This galling collection contains scenes drawn from the masters of French humor - Georges Feydeau, Fernand Raynaud, et al. - written directly for the popular French farce theatre world, as well as from works intended primarily for the printed page.