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Description: Weckesser's Kim, a minor character lacking in common sense, speaks about her aspirations and hallucinations. Quote: "Would Keanu Reeves please stand up? Description: Amy finds closure by confronting Mark, a close friend who led her on and let her down. Quote: "You're running from what I've searched for all my life. Hannah - Bargaining by Kellie Powell. Description: Hannah, an immortal being, offers her boyfriend a chance to live forever.
Quote: "Most people, when they say forever, they don't really mean forever. But I do. Angela - Just Looking by Kellie Powell. Description: Angela has unwillingly become the girl who all her friends run to for advice. Angela freaks out, and ultimately reveals the true reason for her emotional tumult in three separate monologues. Quote: "I need to stop feeling people's pain for them. I'm trying to step between my friends and their scars. Jamie - Just Looking by Kellie Powell. Description: The character explains her cynical view that monogamy is pointless. Quote: "We'd stop being people to each other and start being obligations. And, I love you too much to let that happen. Emily - Shades of Blue by Olivia Briggs.
Description: Emily, 30s, offers an alternative explanation for lower voter turn-out among women her age. Quote: "Can a maid just say, 'Hey, yeah, sorry about the mess, I had to go start a goddamn riot'? No, no way. Susan - Shades of Blue by Olivia Briggs. Description: Susan, 60s, explains the reasoning behind her presidential campaign strategy. Quote: "So, what do people want? They want security, they want peace, they want their Saturday night cook-out and a bucket of beer. Cara - Because of Beth by Elana Gartner. Description: Cara's mother has recently died and given Cara custody of her sister, Penny.
Cara visits her mother's grave - but says she refuses to say goodbye. Quote: "It's worse than when Dad left because at least then I had you. Now I don't have anyone. Penny - Because of Beth by Elana Gartner. Description: Penny's mother has recently died and given custody to Penny's sister. Penny visits her mother's grave to tell her she is running away. Quote: "You know, we used to tell each other everything, Mom! Or at least I told you everything Millie - Daughter by Elana Gartner.
Description: Millie, 32, tells her biological daughter about her father's sudden death. Quote: "The hunter found him immediately and tried to get help but it was too late. Ramona - Pilar's Brother by Elana Gartner. Description: Pilar explains in Broken English that her grandmother has been "dying" for her entire life. Quote: "I say is good she finally be done with dying and move on to Dios. Description: Darlene, a seventeen year old composer, meets her hero, rock star Ziggy Martiin, and performs an original rap. Quote: "Is it you? Is it really? I saw you with Dave Matthews.
In Syracuse. It was the most beautiful night of my entire life. Did you really sit in with Sting? Gloria - The Prism by Ed Friedman. Description: Gloria, a waitress in her 40s, complains about taking care of her aging mother, and her brothers who don't contribute. Quote: "Ya know what it would take to get one of my brothers to do something for my mother? She'd have to be held hostage by terrorists. Cate - Egyptology by Lisa Huberman.
Description: Cate draws inspiration from the spirit of her research subject, Egypt's female pharaoh Queen Hatshepsut. Quote: "If Hatshepsut was male, and was recognized for all her achievements, she would be honored as much as King Tut and Ramses. She'd be fucking Napoleon. Daphne - Under the Rainbow by Lisa Huberman. Description: Daphne is a former geek, fascinated by a sweet but awkward library worker. Quote: " I look in the mirror and I'm still the awkward year-old in the back of the class who can't keep her mouth shut Sarah - High and Uptight by Lisa Huberman.
Description: While packing for college, Sarah admonishes her dad for not supporting her the way he supports the Cleveland Indians. Quote: "Standing up for the Indians won't jeopardize your marriage or your job Cathy - Everybody Else is fucking perfect by Karen Jeynes. Description: Cathy's husband has just told her that he is gay. She explains that she has known all along.
Quote: "But that doesn't worry me, I mean, I know he'll be safe, and I don't really care if he goes out and has boyfriends, and I'm happy this way. Description: A sophisticated lawyer loses her temper with two tourists over one's poor cell phone etiquette. Quote: "I don't know if you're familiar with the device, but you don't actually have to shout all the way to Pofadder, the technology transmits your voice signal through the air like magic! Eden - Dementia by Donna Spector. Description: Eden is a free-spirited young performer in a theatre group in California, , who strips onstage while impersonating a weather girl.
Quote: "But if you have to live there, remember the animals. Don't wear fur or leather, okay? Neva - Another Paradise by Donna Spector. Description: Neva talks to her mother about being ashamed of her family. Quote: "I wanted us to be acceptable , Ma. And we weren't. Alicia - Hanging Women by Donna Spector. Description: A mother tells her two daughters about the first time she met their father. Quote: "You don't know what it was like to have an encounter with a god. Celandine - Hanging Women by Donna Spector.
Description: A year-old intellectual tells her mother and younger sister that she has given up on men. Quote: "Men always disappoint you, and I choose to be disappointed with no one but myself. Peony - Hanging Women by Donna Spector. Description: An impulsive year-old tells her mother and older sister about running away from home to have casual sex with strangers. Quote: "I love that moment when you take off, just getting out of here.
Description: Sally, 30, describes a dream about being a waitress in Las Vegas. Quote: "I dunno what they're hungry for, but it ain't really me, and it ain't burgers and fries. Laura - Connecting Flight by Tony Yajko. Description: Laura is a college student, about to marry her girlfriend, Toni. She is waiting for her parents to arrive for the wedding.
Quote: "My folks didn't speak to me for a year Alice - Arden of Aversham - Writer Unknown. Description: A married woman tries to break up with her lover, then changes her mind and begs for his forgiveness. Quote: "Look on me Mosby, or I'll kill myself: Nothing shall hide me from thy stormy look. If thou cry war, there is no peace for me. Cassandra - Agamemnon by Aeschylus. Description: Cassandra forsees her own brutal death. Quote: "Brewing a poisoned cup, She will mix my punishment while sharpening, The dagger for her husband. Description: The Countess of Montsurry is planning to run away with her secret lover.
Quote: "Our loves like sparkles are that brightest shine, When they go out; most vice shows most divine. Anna Petrovna - Ivanov by Chekhov. Description: A sick and depressed woman defends her husband, who she loves despite his poor treatment of her. Quote: "I am beginning to think that fate has cheated me, Doctor. Natasha - Proposal by Chekhov. Description: Natasha wants nothing more than to get married, and fears Lomov might be her last chance.
Lomov comes to propose, and Natasha babbles like a schoolgirl. Quote: "You know, you're looking kind of cute these days. Masha - The Seagull by Chekhov. Description: Masha has resolved to kill her unrequited love for Treplev by marrying someone else. She tells her plan to Trigorin, a writer who she has just met. Quote: "My schoolmaster is none too clever, but he's kind, and a poor soul, and he loves me very much. Nina - The Seagull by Chekhov. Description: Nina, a young Russian actress, left her boyfriend Kostya long ago to have an affair with a famous writer. Several years later, she returns, and shares the truths she has learned the hard way. Quote: "I've been walking around, walking around and thinking, thinking and even believing that my soul grows stronger every day.
Bellafront - The Honest Whore by Dekker. Description: A former prostitute resists the advances of a would-be client after undergoing a moral conversion. Quote: "She's common as spotted leopards, whom for sport, Men hunt, to get the flesh, but care not for't. Celimene - The Misanthrope by Moliere. Description: Celimene is a gossip, and she insults a boring elderly woman behind her back for the entertainment of others.
Quote: "You may consult the clock, or yawn twenty times, but she stirs no more than a log of wood. Description: Mrs. Morehead gives her daughter advice about her husband's affair. Quote: "There's nothing like a good dose of another woman to make a man appreciate his wife. Mother knows! Zero - The Adding Machine by Rice - 's. Description: A housewife archetype rants at her husband, an archetypical white-collar slave.
Quote: "There's no five-thirty for me. I don't wait for no whistle. Description: Estelle, now dead, watches the world slip away from her - and reveals herself to be manipulative, selfish, and vindictive. Quote: "What's that she's said? Description: In two monologues, sardonic and sadistic lesbian Inez fights with and antagonizes Garcin. Quote: "I prefer to choose my hell; I prefer to look you in the eyes and fight it out face to face. Adriana - The Comedy of Errors by Shakespeare. Description: A jealous wife tries to confront her husband about his philandering ways - but mistakenly attacks his identical twin instead.
Quote: "Ay, ay, Antipholus, look strange and frown: Some other mistress hath thy sweet aspects; I am not Adriana nor thy wife. Quote: "That love you offer me you cannot give, For Caesar owes that tribute to his queen; That love you beg of me I cannot give, For Sarah owes that duty to her lord. Quote: "Alas, poor York! Description: A happily married woman reacts to un unwanted love letter from the bumbling Sir John Falstaff. Quote: "One that is well-nigh worn to pieces with age to show himself a young gallant! Description: Lady Anne curses the man responsible for the death of Henry VI - in front of the man responsible. Quote: "Cursed be the hand that made these fatal holes!
Cursed be the heart that had the heart to do it! Cursed the blood that let this blood from hence! Description: Julia asks her servant, Lucetta, to help her disguise herself as a man so that she can follow her beloved Proteus to Milan. Quote: "A true-devoted pilgrim is not weary to measure kingdoms with his feeble steps; Much less shall she that hath Love's wings to fly. Description: A struggling science fiction author is robbed and calls the FBI to investigate, only to find himself their prime suspect.
Quote: "It is entirely possible that one of my stories have come too close to the actual, real truth of closely guarded national secrets! Description: A troubled artist remembers the day his sister disappeared. Quote: "I needed someone to blame and - for a time I even believed that I had killed you Ryan - Bargaining by Kellie Powell. Description: Ryan explains why he had to leave the woman who gave him eternal life.
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