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WARNING: 49 Secrets to guarantee you stand out as original. Get to the head of the queue.


Stop looking for original audition monologues, you have reached your destination. Impress the audition panel with characters you know and will perform cleanly and transparently. Memorise your monologue with ease, and deliver with a punch. Impress casting agents and producers with strong emotional arcs, demonstrate your talent and strengths, suit your monologue to the project, and close it up in 90 seconds or less.


Stage To Stardom: The Audition Handbook contains 25x dramatic and 24x comedic new monologues, never heard before by casting agents or producers. How do you remain in the memory of the audition panel? How do you set your audition on fire? Every actor must be innovative by stealing the limelight at every audition opportunity. You only get one chance.


Be called back.

Every actor, no matter age, experience, race, identity, pronoun, fame, or personal knowledge, no matter if they are somewhere between green and veteran, every single actor needs to be monologue ready, for their next audition.


"Great writing, from an engaging playwright. This book of Monologues "Stage to Stardom" is full of vibrant characters who can be played by ALL, no matter what your gender. Also, if you are looking for great farce and characters for women of an older age, this is the book for you." - review

Be brave.


The concept of this handbook is to remain actor focused. Anyone can perform any of the monologues in any audition.

I want to keep the actor in control of their audition monologue. Character names have been placed next to each monologue and its stage play script.

Enjoy the new writing.

Be brave. Be remembered. Be called back.

Stage To Stardom: The Audition Handboook

SKU: ymvm6w
  • ISBN 978-1-4476-6998-2

    Paperback (printed book)

    A5 (5.83 x 8.27 in / 148 x 210 mm)

    Standard Black & White

    60# White

    Matte Cover

    Please note, some of the language in this book is contemporary, and one or two of the monologues contained in this book may offend some actors.


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