Tori Haring-Smith has watched so many women audition using the words of men that she decided to do something about it: she collected the pieces that formed "Monologues for Women by Women." The response was so overwhelming that Haring-Smith followed up this classic with "More Monologues for Women by Women" and now, four years later, with "Even More Monologues for Women by Women."
Like the first two volumes in this series, "Even More Monologues for Women by Women" features a wide range of voices and characters, but this time with a more international focus. There are young women dealing with breast cancer, older women reflecting on lifelong marriages, lesbians, single mothers, students, a fishing guide, a commercial model, a political revolutionary, and a mathematician. These women are concerned about violence, religion, disintegrating families, the feminist movement, the pain of underwire bras, the emotional life of crabs, and their own inability to feel emotion - providing one-of-a-kind audition pieces to help you stand out from a crowd.
This volume is an outstanding sourcebook for professional actresses, acting students, drama students, theatre companies looking for new plays by women, and anyone with a general interest in women's studies.