Monologue Monday

Monologue Monday: Quiche isn’t Sexy by Gabriel Davis

Howdy all and welcome back to Monologue Monday, the part of Unknown Playwrights that focuses on…monologues!!!

This week’s monologue is a fun one entitled Quiche isn’t Sexy by Gabriel Davis. We have profiled Davis’ work before in Coffee Slave, Almost 16 and Lacey’s Last Chance. This is another quirky piece.

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I dunno. The monologue must be about another quiche. Sexy quiche courtesy of chef & playwright Lucy Wang.

The plot of the one-act (lifted from Amazon) is as follows:

“Jay, a burger addict, joins Meat Eaters Anonymous where he meets and falls for Jackie, a recovering lamb addict. At first, Jay serenades Jackie with vegetarian fare. However, it isn’t long before the two backslide into meat addiction and launch a food truck pushing the very product they had sworn off. While they try to hide the truth from their support group, news of their successful business spreads fast, placing the entire group’s anti-meat resolve in jeopardy.”

Jackie is disappointed that Jay made her a quiche.

The monologue ends up making quiche a metaphor for the pretense of romance.

The entire monologue can be found here.

Let’s see who makes quiche its unsexiest:

A

 

B

 

C

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

G

 

H

 

I

 

J

 

K

 

L

 

M

 

N

 

O

 

P

 

Q

 

R

 

S

 

T

 

Thanks for reading. As always we’ll focus on another Unknown Playwright on Thursday and a new monologue next Monday.

And since we’ve established that quiche is kinda sexy, it’s all about the beholder not sexy, you must ask yourself, do references to Salvador Dalí make you hot?