Genres: Performing Arts, Self-Help, Teens Nonfiction
Format: Hardcover, Kindle, Paperback
This is the new book from the author of Scenes for Teens and Acting Scenes for Kids and Tweens.
Monologues for Teens is a collection of 60 original monologues on a wide variety of topics. They are designed to help teenage actors reach, stretch and stand out from the crowd. Each individual piece is gender-neutral and may be performed equally well by both male and female actors. These teen monologues are clean, thought-provoking, and designed to encourage positive attitudes and behaviors in our youth – and audiences. They are appropriate for film, television, and theater training. Includes a foreword by Emmy Award winner Jean Carol, and a detailed introduction to monologue selection, preparation and performance by the author. Monologues for Teens also includes helpful, behind-the-scenes suggestions on actor training and audition psychology.
Monologues for Teens by Mike Kimmel is an extraordinary book filled with clean, inspiring and unique monologues for teens and young actors. It is great for those interested in the performing arts, theater, acting and learning to outshine the rest on stage or film. It is for both the beginning actor and also for those who are interested in sharpening their acting skills. This isn’t any ordinary book of monologues, this one is very different and exceptional. Author Mike Kimmel writes with heart and enthusiasm, giving teens positive life affirming messages throughout his remarkable book.
Monologues for Teens is thought-provoking, original and inspirational. Each monologue is contained on a single page, making them simple, yet deep and sensational. Each one is very different from the others. Some are humorous, while others are dramatic, stirring, persuasive and poignant. These unique monologues will encourage, motivate and cause young teen actors to, not only receive great ideas and monologues to use for auditioning, but inspire them in a positive influential way. They are uplifting and will provide helpful and beneficial constructive life lessons. In a world filled with negativity, Mike Kimmel brings light, hope, important life attitudes and good clean fun to readers and those that are learning to be on stage and film. Encouraging teens who are pursuing an acting career or just a hobby, Kimmel has written an outstanding book of monologues that will leave the reader feeling confident, educated and ready to audition or perform. This book of monologues is relevant to teens and extremely well written, specifically with them in mind.
Mike Kimmel is an amazing writer, as he has composed and compiled sixty phenomenal monologues that are concise, filled with positivity, appropriate for teens and entertaining. If you or your teen are looking to learn the art of acting and need a book of the most original monologues that will grab attention, then look no further, Monologues for Teens: 60 Original Monologues to Stand Out, Inspire, and Shine, written by Mike Kimmel is the book to have. Mike Kimmel is a highly trained, experienced actor and acting coach. He has worked in the industry for many years on various well known television and film projects, live stage performances, and with many famous people and directors – most notably, Francis Ford Coppola and Jay Leno. This is the best book of monologues I have ever read. Highly recommended by Artisan Book Reviews.
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