Read the monologue for the role of Medea from the script for Medea by Euripides.

Not mine the skill--far from me be the quest!--to say wherein thou speakest not aright; and yet another man, too, might have some useful thought. Last of all shall I pass thither, and far most miserably of all, before the term of my life is spent. While Jack promises that the Greek monologues that appear never-ending in length on the page are delivered so well by the actors that they seem to fly by, Calum tells me: “There’s elements of the show which the actors and the rest of the team have made beautifully stunning, and there are some monologues which are delivered where I nearly start blubbering. Read the monologue for the role of Creon from the script for Antigone by Sophocles. If you wish to stage this play, be sure to contact the author. Hewn from the rock, my everlasting home, Whither I go to join the mighty host.

International Meeting of Ancient Greek Drama, Delphi, 1984 and 1985: Book : library: Appendix, p.VII : Women from all over the world interpret monologues from ancient Greek tragedies: Programme : archive: Agamemnon in Performance: 458 BC to AD 2004: Book : library: 403 A fantastic one act and classroom resource filled with monologues from Greek mythology. O grave, O bridal bower, O prison house.

This 2-3 minute dramatic monologue for young female actors comes from Sophocles' classic Greek play, Antigone. Text. Last of all shall I pass thither, and far most miserably of all, before the term of my life is spent.
Written by the Greek playwright Sophocles (generally dated around 440 B.C. Free to download and print Female Monologues Dramatic Monologues Older Actresses Greek Plays Midsummer Nights Dream Young Female Printed Pages Jealousy Shakespeare ANTIGONE by Sophocles. That order did not come from God. Male Monologues GREEK: Oedipus Rex by Sophocles OEDIPUS: I care not for thy counsel or thy praise; For with what eyes could I have e'er beheld My honoured father in the shades below, Or my unhappy mother, both destroyed Creon says: Well spoken: so right-minded sons should feel, In all deferring to a father's will. ANTIGONE: Tomb, bridal chamber, eternal prison in the caverned rock, whither I go to find mine own, those many who have perished, and whom Persephone hath received among the dead! Justice, That dwells with the gods below, knows no such law. Medea says: Women, my mind is clear. About 40 minutes Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks 31 [14M+17W] Simple Set 42 pages EXT: Outside the Palace gates. O grave, O bridal bower, O prison house. ANTIGONE: Tomb, bridal chamber, eternal prison in the caverned rock, whither I go to find mine own, those many who have perished, and whom Persephone hath received among the dead!