Good monologues for a 13/14 year old Girl?
Topic: The sisterhood of traveling pants
June 20, 2019 / By Ohndrea Question:
Can't use the words slut, whore, ho, crack, drugs, and alchol sex or things like that.
I would like one from Mean girls, The sisterhood of the traveling pants or A cinderella story,
If you have a link to one of the Monologues or know it that would be helpful. Thankyouuu. (:
Best Answers: Good monologues for a 13/14 year old Girl?
Madge | 5 days ago
Here's a few from Mean Girls.
Cady: (after winning Spring Fling Queen) Huh, wow, thanks, um, well, half the people in this room are mad at me and the other half only like me because they think I pushed someone in front of a bus, so that's not good. To all the people whose feelings got hurt by the burn book, I'm really sorry. You know I've never been to one of these things before and when I think about how many people wanted this, and how many people cried over it and stuff, I mean, I think everybody looks great tonight. Look at Jessica Lopez, that dress is amazing and Emma Gerber that hair do must have taken hours and you look really pretty. So why is everybody stressing over this thing? I mean it's just plastic, it's really just (she breaks the crown). A piece for Gretchen Wieners, a partial Spring Fling Queen. A piece for Janis Ian and a piece for Regina George, she fractured her spine and she still looks like a rockstar, and some for everybody else.
Gretchen: (in her English class essay, after being humiliated by Regina) Why should Caesar get to stomp around like a giant while the rest of us try not to get smushed under his big feet? What's so great about Caesar? Hm? Brutus is just as cute as Caesar. 'K, Brutus is just as smart as Caesar. People totally like Brutus just as much as they like Caesar. And when did it become okay for one person to be the boss of everybody, huh? Because that's not what Rome is about. We should totally just stab Caesar!
Here's one from Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants:
Lena: Papou, I need to say something to you. You can pretend that you don't understand me, but I know you do. People have always said to me that I take after Yia Yia, that I have her face and her smile, but what no-one ever sees is that there's this whole other part of me that's just like you: quiet, and-and stubborn, and afraid of showing too much... and then I met someone who changed everything and he showed me that I can take a chance even when it's only for a moment ...
Yia Yia (Maria Konstadarou): Lena!
Papou (George Touliatos): Shh.
Lena: You had that same moment once, when you met Yia Yia and you risked everything for it. That was your chance, Papou, and I'm asking now to have mine.
Papou: (in English) Go.
And here's one from A Cinderella Story:
Sam: No, you listen. You turned out to be exactly who I thought you were. I never pretended to be somebody else. It's been me all along. And it was me who was hurt in front of everybody. Look, I didn't come here to yell at you, okay? I know what it feels like to be afraid to show who you are. I was. But not anymore. And the thing is, I don't care what people think about me... because I believe in myself. And I know that things are gonna be okay. But even though I have no family, and no job, and no money for college... it's you that I feel sorry for. (pause) I know that guy that sent those emails is somewhere inside of you, but, I can't wait for him... because waiting for you is like waiting for rain in this drought. Useless and disappointing.
I'm just doing what you asked for, but I definitely agree with Milly Smith before me, monologues from a play stick out that much more, and they possess much more emotional depth, but do whatever you please...
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