Monologues about death of a child

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The Refrigerator Monologues Quotes by Catherynne M. Valente

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Monologue by Jan Uczkowski " The day my father died"

"Facing Death"

Toggle navigation. Sad Monologues for Women. Looking for sad monologues for women? From Shakespeare to horror films and family dramas, here we have a wide range of sad monologues for women. In this sad monologue, she laments the death of her son. Joey confronts her mother about her sickness and perverseness.

Have you found your next monologue for competition and audition season? Below are 10 monologues 5 comedic and 5 dramatic from male characters who are dealing with death — coping however they can, whether through humor or sincere brutal honesty. Get the monologue here. Comedic — Teens, 20s In meteors struck the planet Jupiter. Any one of these huge rocks could have wiped out our planet. Comedic — 30s, 40s Jeremy Hyde, a quirky funeral home owner, has just met Albert, a young man who Jeremy thinks wants to be a make-up artist.

(opens eyes) When I close my eyes I see her, the dead woman. The woman who drowned with her children. I can't relax, I've got to push it back or cover it with.
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Looking for original monologues for children? Drama Notebook holds a monthly Monologue Contest open to kids and teens from around the world. Each month, we choose winners and publish many of the entries we receive. While the monologues in this collection are FREE, they are copyright protected. The monologues MAY be performed by children and teens in educational, competition and audition settings without requesting permission. We are also building a collection of monologues on video. If you or your students would like to participate, please contact us with a link to the performance.

Elaine, whose son Timmy was drowned when she skidded off a highway and into the river, goes over the details of the accident, trying to understand Bad mother, bad wife. You see this? The fingers are fitted with a device of splints and rubber bands, designed to put tension on them. It's not healing. I washed my face and combed my hair.

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