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Monday Monologues: Ethan Hawke is "In the Dark" and loves it

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

Ethan Hawke is fearless in his straight up reading of “In the Dark” which puts into words people’s fascination with unexplained tire tracks on the highway and sexual fetishes like black leather, black Lycra, and in this monologue, black rubber. 590 more words

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Monday Monologues: Marin Ireland acts a little crazy in "Melting Pot"


Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

Melting Pot is one of the older monologues (1984-6, “Drinking in America”) from the days when Eric Bogosian used to hang out and try to pick up the chain of consciousness monologues of the street. 467 more words

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Monday Monologues: Michael Shannon - "Godhead"

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

Most Christians believe that there are three separate persons — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — that make up the Godhead. 581 more words

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Sebastian Stan on the "Highway" - from 100 Monologues by Eric Bogosian

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

Mixing reality with dreams, quitting a job and heading down the Highway is  #84 of Eric Bogosians astonishing series of  507 more words

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Monday Monologues: Betsy Aidem as a "Voice in the Wilderness"

Part of a continuing series of Monday Monologues.

A perfect monologue for readers of Berkshire on Stage,  Betsy Aidem’s Voice in the Wilderness is  #68 of Eric Bogosians astonishing series of  409 more words

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