Monologue Monday

Monologue Monday: March in Line by Tara Meddaugh

Howdy everyone! This week we bring you March in Line by Tara Meddaugh.

This is not the first Meddaugh monologue to be featured here. That honor belongs to the ever-so-funny Ferret Envy

This monologue is an interestingly bizarre (or bizarrely interesting?) piece about a would-be drum major who is lining up an army of stuffed animals, ostensibly to ply their instruments but she does mention marching “to their deaths” which takes the monologue to a very interesting direction.

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march out with flutes and heads held high, and fall to your fated death…all for me.

Note: the character’s name is Stephanie but the playwright has labelled the character as gender-neutral. Both males and females have recorded videos of this monologue.

Notice how effective it becomes when actually done in front of stuffed animals.

The full monologue may be accessed here. Don’t forget to ask the playwright for permission! (AND ENJOY!!!!!)

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And there you have it, March in Line by Tara Meddaugh, available here.

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