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Most monologue and dialogue collections are shelved on the 7th floor of the Library, in the call number range beginning with PN 2080. You can go up to the shelves and browse, or you can use UCSB Library Search to find a specific title first.
The Library also subscribes to many databases that contain monologues, scenes for actors, and the full text of plays.
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Image credit: John Howard Payne as Hamlet, 1813. From Wikipedia Commons.
Ultimate Monologue Sourcebook
The Ultimate Scene and Monologue Sourcebook, Updated and Expanded Edition by
Call Number: MAIN REF PN2080 .H66 2007 [Non-circulating]
Publication Date: 2007
Describes the characters, action, and mood for more than 1,000 scenes in over 300 plays. Use this SUPER helpful index to learn about classic and modern monologues for actors of all ages, then look the plays up in UCSB Library Search to find a copy.
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