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Kerri (kerrikochanski) | 2 comments Hi. I am listed as a contributor in the following anthologies. Can you please add them to my author page?

Thanks!

Kerri

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The Best Men’s Monologues for the 21st Century
Applause Books (2008), Softcover

DESCRIPTION: Covering the best of Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional, and experimental theatre since 2000, One on One challenges actors to explore the inner self, develop skill and artistry for auditions, and deliver a knockout onstage performance. These monologues – sometimes comic, sometimes serious, and often both – tackle issues ranging from race, class, gender, relationships and romance to coming of age, mortality, 9/11, and the Iraq war.

http://www.halleonardbooks.com/produc...

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Young Women’s Monologues from Contemporary Plays: Professional Auditions for Aspiring Actresses
Meriwether (2004), Paperback

DESCRIPTION: A collection of 94 monologues for women from recently produced contemporary plays for auditions, contests, workshops, and acting classes.

http://www.amazon.com/Young-Womens-Mo...

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Audition Arsenal for Women in their 30’s: 101 Monologues by Type
Smith & Kraus (2005), Paperback

DESCRIPTION: Prepare your audition repertoire with the most innovative monologue series to date-Audition Arsenal! Are you tired of buying monologue books only to discard half of the pieces because they are outside of your age range? Not anymore! The first four books in this breakthrough series are for: Women in their 20s, Men in their 20s, Women in their 30s, and Men in their 30s. That means 101 monologues per book, 2 minutes and under, that are all usable by you! And it gets even better. The Audition Arsenal books are organized by type so you will have dynamic, memorable, contemporary monologues that demonstrate your ability to handle any role. Each type is defined by a specific personality trait, allowing you to showcase the qualities crucial to a particular character or role. In addition, choosing contrasting types is a great way to show your range in general auditions. The types are broken down by tone-comedic, dramatic, or seriocomic. Searching is easy, accurate, and fun!
Here are the types you will find in this book: Wacky/Quirky/Odd, Maternal, High-strung/Neurotic/Stressed-out, Sexual/Flirtatious, Blunt/Direct, Melodramatic, Angry/Fed up, Lonely/Yearning, Vulnerable/Hurt/Exposed, Joyful/Enthusiastic/Excited, Persuasive/Inspirational..

http://www.amazon.com/Audition-Arsena...

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Young Women’s Monologues from Contemporary Plays 2: Professional Auditions for Aspiring Actresses
Meriwether (2008), Paperback

DESCRIPTION: So well-liked was the first collection of these contemporary monologues that we offer this sequel by popular demand. The monologues are wildly funny, tragically sad and yet courageous. The ultimate journey for this collection is to create the possibility of living lovingly as equals in our modern world. The monologues are organised in chapter themes with brief sketches to set the scene. The collection features well-known playwrights - Arthur Miller, Wendy Wasserstein, August Wilson - and many superb, emerging new writers. There are several original monologues written especially for classroom discussion and exploration. Sample titles include: "The Last Yankee" by Arthur Miller, "Boy Meets Girl" by Wendy Wasserstein, "The Underpants" adapted by Steve Martin, "Romantic Fools2 by Rich Orloff, "Voices from September 11" by Lavonne Mueller, "Funnylogues for Women" by Mort Kaufman, Roger Karshner and Zelda Abel, "W.A.C. Iraq" by Mel Nieves and many more.

http://www.amazon.com/Young-Womens-Mo...

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More Scenes & Monologues From the Best New Plays
Meriwether (2006), Paperback

DESCRIPTION: This sequel edition contains new works from plays produced in the US and Europe. It offers young actors a broad spectrum of challenges with contemporary styles and relevant topics in a variety of lengths. In addition to the scenes and monologs, the drama book includes nineteen useful exercises for strengthening acting skills. Many of the pieces require that performers dig deep into their imaginations to use their own emotional resources. A short acting preface precedes each selection to help guide the actors' interpretations. Recommended as a theatre text or a supplemental resource for acting classes.

http://www.amazon.com/More-Scenes-Mon...

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New Plays Festival: New One-Act Plays by Emerging American Playwrights
iUniverse (2004) Paperback

DESCRIPTION: The seven one-act plays in this collection were first performed in the New Plays Festival at Gardner-Webb University in 2004. The Festival is an initiative of the theater program at GWU dedicated to developing new plays and encouraging early-career playwrights. Different Dialects is a dance-inspired exploration of a married couple's journey into mid-life. Equal Opportunity Employer is an eccentric tale of mayhem and madness in the life of a talent agent. Good Help employs a film noir motif to spoof the end of the world. Around the Horn is a tale of second chances played out on the baseball diamond. Seaglass is an existential comedy about two bums on life's journey to find meaning. Doctors Like Boats is a riotous comedy of wit and dialogue set in a Doctor's office. The Translation explores the human aspects of privacy invasion in a new age of terror and electronic surveillance.

http://www.amazon.com/New-Plays-Festi...


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Kerri (kerrikochanski) | 2 comments Thanks!


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