7 Monologues about Fathers

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Need a monologue for an upcoming audition? Or want to work on your craft by getting into some rich text?

Here is a selection of monologues about fathers taken from classic and contemporary plays.

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1 – Biff’s Monologue | Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller

Male, early 20s –  son talking to father
Setting: 1940s New York
Monologue link: here
Full play link: here

2 – Troy’s Monologue | Fences by August Wilson

Male, late 40s – man talking to his longtime friend (several monologues here)
Setting: 1950s Pittsburgh
Monologue link: here
Full play link: here

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3 – Ghost Monologue | Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Ghost of Hamlet’s father speaks to Hamlet
Setting: 16th century Denmark
Monologue link: here
Full play link: here

4 – Claire’s Monologue | Proof by David Auburn

Female, 20s – daughter talks about father
Setting: Present day Chicago
Monologue link: here

5 – Miranda’s Monologue | The Tempest by William Shakespeare

Female, teens – daughter talks to father
Setting: A remote island in Europe, 1600s
Monologue link: here
Full play link: here

6 – Tim’s Monologue | The Good Father by Christian O’Reilly

Male, early 30s, talks about pregnancy and fatherhood
Setting: Present day Ireland
Monologue link: here
Full play link: here

7 – Jimmy’s Monologue | Look Back in Anger by John Osborne

Male, early 30s, talks about his father
Setting: Present day England
Monologue link: here
Full play link: here

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