Scottish Monolgues

  • Alastair Walker

    Actor

    When auditioning you get asked to do monologues preferably in your native accent. So I was wondering if anyone new of any Scottish male monologues playing age around 20's just to see if anything different pops up rather than the same old.

    • 31st Aug 2010
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  • Allan Scott-Douglas

    Actor

    Eck in Dead Dad Dog by John McKay

    Alex in Passing Places by Stephen Greenhorn.

    There's a couple in Singin' I'm no a Billy, he's a Tim by Des Dillon too.

    And I'm sure there are one or two darker ones in Knives in Hens by David Harrower too...

    • 30th Aug 2010
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  • Allan Scott-Douglas

    Actor

    McDade in 'Writer's Cramp' by John Byrne...

    Actually, there's bound to monlogues somewhere in John Byrne's 'Slab Boys' trilogy too! Phil, Spanky, Hector and Alan are all late teens early 20s.

    Possibly some early John (Jo) Clifford plays like 'Losing Venice'...

    • 30th Aug 2010
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  • Alastair Walker

    Actor

    Great stuff there are a few their that i havent't done so thanks alot. Ill get stuck into them and see what works best. Many Thnaks

    • 30th Aug 2010
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    Also have a look at the stage version of Trainspotting - load of fun stuff if you want to be remembered...

    • 31st Aug 2010
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