ME IN PIECES: Emotional Monologues about Sadness, Anger and Depression by D.M. LarsonMe in Pieces is a series of emotional monologues about sadness, anger and depression.
Some of the monologues included in this book:
Breaking Bread (page 2)
The Cubicle (page 5)
I Wont Come Back (page 15)
Me Again (page 17)
Me in Pieces (page 18)
Mockery of Success (page 23)
Never Meet Your Heroes (page 26)
Nightwalker (page 27)
Pieces of my Heart (page 31)
Revolting (page 32)
Second Soul (page 35)
Used Up in Cubicle Land (page 39)
A Way Out (page 41)
With One Last Kiss (page 46)
Worse Off (page 48)
The Wraith (page 50)
A NOTE ABOUT MONOLOGUES
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Are you in search of a monologue from a character dealing with mental illness? Whether it is depression, suicide, or schizophrenia, each of these characters is suffering through, or helping someone along their journey, in battling their own mind. Everyone has their own inner demons, and these characters are not afraid to voice the inner turmoil plaguing their psyche. Female, Dramatic, 20s Six people come together, each for their own reasons, at a restaurant on the Lower East Side. Obsessively going over the events of the day, they grasp at trying to come to terms with their disjointed lives and their singular, unsettling dream.
Post a Comment. Wednesday, June 26, Monologues on Depression. Someone was looking for scripts about depression. She said, "I want to get people thinking that depression isn't just an emotion which can be changed to just like clicking your fingers. I want to make it to show how it hurts people through their life how they hid the pain but inside they're dying. Copyright c All Rights Reserved. For permission to use this monologue, contact doug freedrama.
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