Original, contemporary monologues written for the strong, female, character actor, along monologues from the classics: Shakespeare, Moliere, and Chekov. This collection includes several pieces for the African-American actress.
About the Author
Author, playwright, and poet, Trisha Sugarek has been writing for four decades. Until recently her writing had focused on stage plays (Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.) that ranged from prison stories to children's fables. She has expanded her body of work to include two books of poetry, a group of children's books and her debut novel, "Women Outside the Walls." Newly released, a series "ShortN'Small" short plays, small casts which are used in classrooms in this country and internationally. She has enjoyed a thirty year career in theatre as an actor and director. Originally from Seattle, she has worked in theatres from coast to coast and her plays have been produced across the country and abroad. Trisha lives in Savannah, Georgia with her three golden retrievers. Trisha's plays and books can be found on her web site at: www.writeratplay.com