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Zoo and Twelve Comic Monologues for Women

A wildly inventive comedy drama about courage, female friendship and flamingos. This volume also includes twelve comic monologues for female performers.

Woman Caught Unaware

A searing examination of the culture of body-shaming, exploring how images of women are represented in art and social media.

Where I'm From

A monologue play about a woman on the day of her release from prison.

    Wake Up And Smell The Coffee

    A monologue by a master of the art - 100% pure high octane Bogosian.

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    The Waiting List

    A blackly comic monologue about a man under siege in the community where he grew up.

    Published in volume Mojo Mickybo: Three Plays

      Unsuspecting Susan

      A monologue play about a middle-aged woman whose adult son has converted to Islam.

      Published in volume Singular Female Voices

        Tuesdays at Tesco's

        A touching one-person play about a person's true identity, the first English-language adaptation of Emmanuel Darley's hit play, Le Mardi à Monoprix.

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        Tituba

        Tituba by Winsome Pinnock is a one-woman show about Tituba Indian, the enslaved woman who played a central role in the seventeenth-century Salem Witch Trials.

        Thunderbox

        A short monologue play about a pregnant wheelchair user facing a tough decision, commissioned by the BBC as part of CripTales, a television series marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the UK's Disability Discrimination Act.

        Published in volume CripTales: Six Monologues

          Thrown

          A child-psychologist attempts to record what she's spent her whole life trying to forget, as the memories of former patients collide with her own.

          Three Kings

          A heartbreaking and hilarious play for a solo actor about fathers and sons, the gifts and burdens of inheritance, and the unfathomable puzzle of human relationships. 

          Swimming to Cambodia

          Spalding Gray's extraordinary memoir/monologue, based on his experiences as an actor in the film The Killing Fields.

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