How To Write a Monologue on your Own: Writing during the Quarantine
What is this guide, how does it work, and who can use it?
- My name is Steve Gravelle, and I’m a Resident Teaching Artist at PYP.
- That means I go into schools to work with students to help them learn to write and perform their own creative, dramatic work
- Most of the time, I work with a classroom teacher and a group of students once a week, in a classroom. But, of course, we can’t be in classrooms right now
- So I designed this guide to help you learn how to write a monologue on your own
- If you follow the steps in this guide, which are largely the steps I use when I teach monologue writing in a classroom, you’ll have the tools you need to write a monologue
- If you have any questions, want to share something you’ve written with me, or otherwise want to interact around playwriting or monologue writing during this time, please feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Enjoy, have fun, and stay safe as you write from home!