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Dance 300: Music Theatre in Contemporary Culture: Plays & Monologues

Students will be able to analyze, synthesize and articulate the significant facets of music, dance and theatre within the historical context of the musical theatre genre.


Most monologues are located in the "Monologues" shelf, in the Humanities Reference shelves on level 5. For specific location, ask at the Humanities Help Desk. For additional sources, check also in the regular stacks, under the same call numbers. The "Monologues" shelf contains classic monologues for men, women, children, young adults, monologues from film scenes, shakespeare and classical audition speeches.

You can also search the library's catalog using any of the following subject headingsmonologues, dramatic monologues, monodramas, humorous poetry english, humorous recitations, dialogues acting--auditions, one-act plays, american.

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