“Suburban Redux” Monologue Published in New Anthology

I’m happy to report that a monologue from my play “Suburban Redux” has just been published in the new anthology “Audition Monologues for Young Men: Selections from Contemporary Works.” The monologue is taken from the character of Tristram, a rather shy, awkward young fellow who’s struggling with feelings of self-worth.

Published by Pioneer Drama Service, one of the largest play publishers in the United States, the collection is edited by Gerald Lee Ratliff and Patrick Rainville Dorn. This marks the fourth collection of Mr. Ratliff’s that I’ve had the honor of having my work included in, and my first with Pioneer Drama Service.

The collection is an ideal tool for auditions, workshops, and acting classes, and includes a detailed guide on how to choose a monologue, develop the character, and audition with confidence

It’s available now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, Pioneer Drama Service and other fine retailers.


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