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Plays by Janet S. Tiger
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Custom monologues - perfect for actors looking to impress casting directors.
You will be able to get a monologue designed specifically for your needs. Imagine going to an audition and knowing that NO ONE has ever heard your monologue the first time you perform it!
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site will eventually have a map with a list of all the places Janet S.
Tiger’s plays have been performed. If you wish to be included,
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PRODUCTIONS This is a
VERY tiny partial list of productions of plays by Janet S.
Tiger. Many productions listed elsewhere on this site were the
first production - these are all subsequent. There will
eventually be a page -'Where in the world did I see that play?' , but
until then, this is it! If you were involved in a production you
want to see listed here, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the details and I will post it here until the other page becomes reality.
THE AFFIDAVIT produced by Pandora Players, Alberta, Canada March 2003
THE AFFIDAVIT produced by Scripteasers, Lamplighters Playhouse, San Diego, 1998
BLIND WOMAN'S BLUFF, Playwrights Center, San Francisco, CA 1985 COUNTER-OFFER, No Smoking Playhouse, NYC, NY
THE SENSES OF DANCE monologues were given their world premiere in 2010 at Mercyhurst College (now university!)
- video below
Here are the monologues as presented last Sat. (other videos below)
I'm SO proud of the girls BECAUSE MANY OF THEM HAD NO EXPERIENCE (OR VERY LITTLE) IN THEATRE.
I can't thank you enough.
During the introduction, I spoke of ....... how you customized these monologues for dancers.
I can't thank you enough!!!!
To read Portions of Senses of Dance, please click here. (This will be active soon)
To purchase SENSES OF DANCE, please click on the Paypal Add to Cart button below. The price includes all 8 monologues.
Royalty info available on request.
Once I receive the notification, I will send you the monologues via email - and if you want them only by email, I will send another full-length play FREE!
Gabriella Elliott did the Fifth Sense, from SensesofDance. The show is at The Midlands Academy ofDance and Drama Theatre (MADD Theatre) on the 11th and 12th November
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Please Note -
There is no royalty fee
for students performing these monologues for auditions, classes or contests, but a
licensing fee will be necessary if you wish to make copies for an
entire class. Please e-mail for more info.
All of the following are available via e-mail.
**Special offer- Buy one monologue and have it sent via e-mail only (no snail mail) and I will send you a second monologue FREE.
(Save a tree, too!)
THE TOWEL LADY
Running time –3 minutes $5.00/script
Set – minimal, some towels, a clothesline, washbasket
1 character 1 older woman – 50s-60s
A woman hangs out her laundry while telling her unusual views on towels - and life.
This is possibly Janet S. Tiger's most produced work, having had
numerous productions nationally and internationally. This is also
a popular piece for drama contests and auditions. To see a sample, please click here
GET A COLD
Running time –8 minutes $5.00/script
Set – simple, future
1 characters 1 man – older
Produced - San Diego, Sept 2007 UHAO
A man from the future describes the delight he has in the simple pleasure of...getting a cold.
This is now part of THE END OF DEATH, which was produced at Swedenborg Hall, San Diego, in August 2007. GET A COLD was produced at the UHAO as a one-act in Sept, 2007.
‘BLOOD’ monologue from TRANSFUSION
Running time – 4-6 minutes $4..00/script monologue - $!5.00 full-length play
Set – bare stage
1 character 1 man – 40s
A moving expression of a man who is trying to deal with a
transfusion from his son - a transfusion that has given him AIDS.
This monologue has been very successful in both state and national competitions.
CURSE OF THE DUCHESS(monologue)
Running time – 15 minutes $8.00/script
– minimal - chair, table, lamp
Lighting and sound
effects very important
Character - The duchess - in her late 80s, very British
A duchess recounts how a curse changed her life. Touching- a tour de force for an older actress.
Winner - DFAS National 1-Act Playwriting Contest 2nd Place
Produced - Five Flags Theatre, Dubuque, Iowa
Televised - Public Access Cable Channel Iowa
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THIS FLIGHT HAS BEEN DELAYED (female 20-) Set in an airport
AIRPORT DREAMS Set in an airport (female 40s-50s) AUDITION PIECE - THE WINNER (female)
Monologue from DON'T YOU CRY FOR ME
Monologues from THE END OF DEATH
other Monologues from TRANSFUSION
Coming soon -
More works by
Janet S. Tiger will be coming soon - she has a drawer full of over 100
monologues/plays/screenplays/books that are 10-70% completed.
This section will eventually have its own page.
this is Monica McCormick I was (your) "Towel Lady" a couple of months
ago (at Christian Academy... Michelle Hargreaves was my teacher) I just
wanted to thank you for letting me perform your work on such short
notice. It was so much fun! The audience really loved it. People still
come up to me and talk about that monologue. You are a wonderful
writer ( I look forward to the next part), and I just wanted to let you
know it's fine with me if you put my performance on your website...
Monica was referring to a DVD filmed by Holly Hopkins, which will hopefully be posted by the end of June 2006.