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  1. In this monologue, she tells her story. Style: Dramatic. Duration: 7min Actors: 1F. Characters. Elizabeth. Script. My name is Eli-sheba, you know me better as Elizabeth. My name means God’s promise. Growing up among my friends in the village, we all looked forward to marriage and growing families.
  2. Top Christmas Monologue Scripts; Top Christmas Monologue Scripts. We give you our complete list of Christmas Monologues. Monologues are great because they only require one actor. You can find more Christmas scripts if you are needing a drama with more than one actor. Get our blog by Email.
  3. Nov 01,  · Christmas monologues are a great way for movie and stage actors to practice playing unusual characters like an elf or Santa. "Brumbly the Elf" is a standalone comedic monologue, meaning it's not excerpted from a longer play or film. It is perfect for auditioning for holiday acting roles or just entertaining friends, and the role can be played by anyone—men, women, and children.
  4. Now watch 'em! Old brother left hand, left hand he's a fighting, and it looks like love's a goner. But wait a minute! Hot dog, love's a winning! Yessirreee! It's love that's won, and old left hand hate is down for the count! Rebel Without a Cause () Screenwriter(s): Stewart Stern.
  5. Nov 30,  · These three Christmas monologues were written for the Stopsley Baptist Church carol service They are written from the perspective of Joseph, the Shepherds and Mary. They help to expand upon the traditional readings, giving suggestions .
  6. Children's Christmas Musical Christmas Monologues Easter & Lent Plays Children's Easter & Lent GO: I WAS THERE IN BIBLE TIMES: This collection of six reading permits you the choice of using short monologs or two-character dialogs within a worship service. The readings may be used as part of a sermon or as a supplement before or after.
  7. 4 Christmas monologues by Franklin Kincaid, unknown edition, Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and
  8. She sits down, a dark haired girl of about 8 years old, not as wealthy and not as well dressed as the other kids. When I ask her what she wants for Christmas, she tells me that she only wants one thing. And what would that be I ask, relieved that this will be short and sweet. She then tells me all she wants is for her mom to be ok on Christmas day.

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