Free Monologues for Teens for Acting Auditions

If you're looking for good male monologues, you're in the right place. Below, you'll find some dramatic pieces, and some comedic.

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Monologues for Teen Boys

  • Basketball Therapy
    by Gabriel Davis

  • Style: Comedic
  • After losing his dad, this teen boy can't stop talking about college basketball.
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  • The Beanstalk
    by Tara Meddaugh

  • Style: Comedic
  • While climbing the beanstalk, Jack explains himself to a nearby bird.
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  • Single Crutch
    by Tara Meddaugh

  • Style: Comedic
  • Ben has been kicked around long enough, and now he's making a few demands.
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  • Locking the Store
    by Tara Meddaugh

  • Style: Comedic
  • Clark (who works at the local gift shop) has become smitten with his newest customer, Grace.
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Monologues for Teen Girls

  • And Turning, Stay
    by Kellie Powell

  • Style: Dramatic
  • Amy is in high school. She has been led on by boys, and had her heart broken more than once.
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  • Collaboration
    by Kellie Powell

  • Style: Dramatic
  • Kim is having a fling with her friend and writing partner. But she feels taken for granted.
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  • Dogface
    by Kellie Powell

  • Style: Dramatic
  • Dogface recalls how an accident changed her life. And how she gained her nickname.
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  • Dogface
    by Kellie Powell

  • Style: Dramatic
  • Dogface has slept with her male best friend. A week later, she still has a lot to say about it.
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  • 12 Years Wise
    by Gabriel Davis

  • Style: Dramatic
  • She may only be 12, but she knows a thing or two about forgiveness.
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  • Almost 16
    by Gabriel Davis

  • Style: Comedic
  • Jyoti just wants to be loved and taken care of.
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  • Ferret Envy
    by Tara Meddaugh

  • Style: Comedic
  • She's not quite old enough to drive, but her life depends on taking the car out tonight.
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  • Like Dreaming, Backwards
    by Kellie Powell

  • Style: Dramatic
  • Natalie was friends with Nell, who recently committed suicide.
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  • Richard Fisher's Funeral
    by Kellie Powell

  • Style: Dramatic
  • At her father's funeral, Drew explains why she won't forgive him.
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  • March in Line
    by Tara Meddaugh

  • Style: Comedic
  • Stephanie prepares her 'troops' for battle.
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  • Snow White Gets Her Say
    by Chris Wind

  • Style: Dramatic
  • Catherine plots her revenge on all the men who have wronged her.
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  • Un-Chatty Cathy
    by Gabriel Davis

  • Style: Comedic
  • Cathy asks a boy to a dance in her own adorable and quirky way.
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