All Of The Best Audition Monologues For The Most Popular High School Plays

Written by Ashleigh Gardner

August 2, 2018

If you’re auditioning for any of the following plays this coming school year, check out our lists of audition monologues specifically tailored for each role. If you’re a teacher, steer your students in the direction of this article so they can find the best monologue for them!

“Words, Words, Words!” Audition Monologues for Hamlet

Find the monologue suggestions here.

“I Want So Many Things”: Audition Monologues for A Raisin in the Sun

Find the monologue suggestions here.

“The Blood is the Life”: Audition Monologues for Dracula

Find the monologue suggestions here.

“Sigh No More, Ladies, Sigh No More”: Audition Monologues for Much Ado About Nothing

Find the monologue suggestions here.

“There’s Always Been Something Wrong” Audition Monologues for The Children’s Hour

Find the monologue suggestions here.

“Let X Equal the Quantity of All Quantities of X”: Audition Monologues for Proof

Find the monologue suggestions here.

“A Plague o’ Both Your Houses!” Audition Monologues for Romeo and Juliet

Find the monologue suggestions here.

“I Danced With the Devil!” Audition Monologues for The Crucible

Find the monologue suggestions here.


Ashleigh Gardner received her M.A. in Literary, Cultural, and Textual Studies (with concentrations in Contemporary Film, Psychoanalytic Theory, and Gender Studies) and her B.A. in English Literature (with concentrations in Early American Literature, Victorian & Gothic Literature, and Feminisms), both from the University of Central Florida. She is a playwright, a Shakespearean trained actor, a dramaturge, and a photographer.