Classical Dramatic Monologues For Men

ALCESTIS (ADMETUS)THE BACCHAE (TIRESIAS)
EDWARD II (GAVESTON)EDWARD II (KING EDWARD)
WOMEN AND SERVANTS (PEDRO)SIX CHARACTERS LOOKING FOR AN AUTHOR (FATHER)
TARTUFFE (CLEANTE)TARTUFFE (TARTUFFE)
SEJANUS, HIS FALL (SEJANUS)SEJANUS, HIS FALL (SEJANUS 2)
AGAMEMNON (AEGISTHOS)CATO (SEMPRONIUS)
MISS JULIE (JEAN)THE DREAM PLAY (THE LAWYER)
SARDANAPALUS (SARDANAPALUS)MARINO FALIERO (DOGE)
THE LOWER DEPTHS (LUKA)THE LOWER DEPTHS (LUKA 2)
THE LOWER DEPTHS (PEPEL)WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN (RUBEK)
WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN (RUBEK 2)WHEN WE DEAD AWAKEN (RUBEK 3)
ANTIGONE (CREON)ANTIGONE (CREON 2)
ANTIGONE (GUARD)ANTIGONE (HAEMON)
THE HONEST WH*RE (HIPPOLITO)THE DUCHESS OF MALFI (FERDINAND)
THE PAINTER OF HIS OWN DISHONOUR (ALVARO)LIFE IS A DREAM (KING)
THE SEVEN AGAINST THEBES (ETEOCLES)UNCLE VANYA (ASTROFF)
UNCLE VANYA (ASTROFF 2)UNCLE VANYA (ASTROFF 3)
UNCLE VANYA (VOINITSKY)UNCLE VANYA (VOINITSKY 2)
FAUST (FAUST)WHAT WE OWE OUR LIES (DIEGO)
WENDOLL: A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS (WENDOLL)BAJAZET (ACHMET)
MARLOWE (BAME)MARLOWE (MARLOWE)
ALWAYS RIDICULOUS (EUGENIO)THE GREAT GALEOTO (ERNESTO)
AJAX (AJAX)MICHAELMAS TERM (HELLGILL)
THE MASSACRE AT PARIS (DUKE OF GUISE)DOCTOR FAUSTUS (FAUSTUS)
THE OUTCAST (MR. Y)THE FATHER (CAPTAIN)
CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA (CAESAR)CAIN (LUCIFER)
PEER GYNT (PRIEST)AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE (BURGOMASTER)
THE CHERRY ORCHARD (TROPHIMOF)THE CHERRY ORCHARD (LOPHAKIN)
PILLARS OF SOCIETY (BERNICK)PILLARS OF SOCIETY (BERNICK – 2)
NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND (NARRATOR)CRIME AND PUNISHMENT (MARMELADOV)
PROMETHEUS UNBOUND (PROMETHEUS)FRANKENSTEIN (THE CREATURE)
THE PRINCESS OF ELIS (EURYALUS)THE MAGNIFICENT LOVERS (SOSTRATUS)
THE CID (EL CID) (DON RODRIGO)BEFORE DAWN (LOTH)
OEDIPUS AT COLONUS (OEDIPUS)OEDIPUS TYRANNUS (OEDIPUS)
OEDIPUS TYRANNUS (OEDIPUS – 2)THE CYCLOPS (ULYSSES)
DANTON (ROBESPIERRE)THE FOURTEENTH OF JULY (MAN)
RICHARD DUKE OF YORKE (YORKE)RICHARD DUKE OF YORKE (GLOSTER)
DIALOGUES OF THE DEAD (HANNIBAL)THE SCARLET LETTER (STRANGER)
THE SEAGULL (TREPLEF)THE SEAGULL (TRIGORIN)
A FLORENTINE TRAGEDY (SIMONE)SALOME (SALOME)
THE FORC'D MARRIAGE (PISARO)THE SPANISH TRAGEDY (GHOST)
SPARTACUS TO THE GLADIATORS AT CAPUA (SPARTACUS)THE SUPPLIANTS (IPHIS)
THE GHOST SONATA (STUDENT)GUSTAVUS VASA (ERIC)
TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT (TAMBURLAINE)TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT (TAMBURLAINE – 2)
TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT PART TWO (TAMBURLAINE)TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT PART TWO (CALLAPINE)
THE THREE SISTERS (VERSHININ)THE THREE SISTERS (ANDREI)
THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (PRIEST)THE INVISIBLE MAN (GRIFFIN)
THE TRAGEDY OF PUDD’NHEAD WILSON (WILSON)TSAR FYODOR IVANOVITCH (GODUNOFF)
ION (ION)ION (OLD MAN)
THE TWO FOSCARI (JACOPO FOSCARI)VERA, OR THE NIHILISTS (CZAR)
THE WAR OF THE WORLDS (ARTILLERYMAN)THE MANDRAKE (TIMOTEO)
MANFRED (MANFRED)MANFRED (MANFRED – 2)
WUTHERING HEIGHTS (HEATHCLIFF)WUTHERING HEIGHTS (HEATHCLIFF-2)
THE LUCKY CHANCE (BREDWEL)
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