Contemporary Australian Monologues for Men

Author(s): Emma Rose Smith (Editor); Claire Grady (Editor)

Plays, Theatre & Dance

This is particularly out of character for me.' Monologues are a crucial element of theatre, for actors and students alike. From high school study to professional auditions and performances, the monologue exposes the heart of a play and the capacities of the performer. The monologue should be relevant to the performer, and a revelation to the audience. This new collection brings together 30 monologues from contemporary Australian plays. These voicesfrom ages 14 to 84, from the 1880s to the near futureshowcase the best of our national writing for the stage. Featuring monologues written by: JANE BODIE ANDREW BOVELL KIT BROOKMAN NICHOLAS BROWN & SAM McCOOL PATRICIA CORNELIUS BRENDAN COWELL EAMON FLACK RICHARD FRANKLAND MICHAEL GOW R. JOHNS RASHMA N. KALSIE FINEGAN KRUCKEMEYER SUZIE MILLER ROSS MUELLER LUKE MULLINS & LACHLAN PHILPOTT KATE MULVANY & CRAIG SILVEY TOMMY MURPHY & TIMOTHY CONIGRAVE JOANNA MURRAY-SMITH LACHLAN PHILPOTT LEAH PURCELL MELISSA REEVES DAMIEN RYAN MATTHEW RYAN STEPHEN SEWELL KATHERINE THOMSON CHRISTOS TSIOLKAS ALANA VALENTINE MATTHEW WHITTET

Product Information

General Fields

  • : 9781760621773
  • : Currency Press
  • : Currency Press
  • : December 2017
  • : 210mm X 137mm
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Emma Rose Smith (Editor); Claire Grady (Editor)
  • : Paperback
  • : 96