Recommended by Asher Wyndham

    1 Feb. 2022
    Lermond does a fine job with details to capture a sense of place and an event for her character's glorious, goddess-like transformation. Another winning monologue in a series of monologues with empowered female characters.
  • Soot Darlings
    31 Jan. 2022
    An uplifting monologue, transformative with its soaring poetry. Beautiful imagery that'll be in your head a for a long time. This would an amazing play for designers - costume, lightning, media.
  • Something Happens Perfectly
    23 Jan. 2022
    If only some men understood subtext! Hoping for the best for this woman who's waited -- only a year. The description of the scene for the first kiss...during a snowstorm is the stuff of theatre. a great picture--and funny. Maybe we can have these theatrical moments in life if only we're spontaneous and commit to being crazy for the sake of fun and maybe love.
  • Messages
    21 Jan. 2022
    What kind of theatre should we produce in a world on the brink of ecological disaster? This is a play that demands attention even if it means doing so with a playful twist. We need more plays like this to wake us up.
  • The Runner
    21 Jan. 2022
    Keyes is one of my favorite monologuists that crafts atmospheric monologues with a creepiness that gets under the skin. Check out The Runner and then read the other monologues.
  • 21:34 and 32 seconds
    19 Jan. 2022
    Gallant's characters like this double-D bus driver are fully-realized and singular like characters from Talking Heads. Read any one of her monologues and you want to read them all and wait for the next one.
  • Follow the Fireflies (monologue)
    18 Jan. 2022
    St. Croix has given us a place called the Grove with its own rules and mythology, a place in between life and the afterlife, a limbo world of trees and fireflies that is so enchanting. I would love to read more about The Grove in a longer work. Beautiful writing, image by image.
  • Down to a Science (Monologue)
    18 Jan. 2022
    A commanding voice, a universal one, using scientific metaphors while addressing inequality and oppression during our pandemic time that really makes you think and agree with her. Hopeful, optimistic - lovely writing.
  • Cinnamon
    17 Jan. 2022
    The temperature in this play hilariously reaches a boiling point in respects to conflict. Captures that ugly phenomenon of toxic customers that want it their way. The barista character is a winning one for an actor!
  • Erase (a monologue)
    17 Jan. 2022
    Funny, relatable and beautiful. It reminds you of the power of a child's vision and imagination, and the impact that it can have on your life.