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By: Kelly MeadowsAdd to Wish List
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First Performance Royalty: $15.00
   (Performance Royalty waived for competition)
Each Additional Performance: $15.00
Type: Ten Minute Monologue
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Work, Animals & Pets, Conflict
Running Time: 10 minutes
Speaking Cast: 1 either (1 total cast)
Flexibility: gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-60003-762-7
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Author's Notes:
Kelly Meadows wrote a monologue titled “Long Titles are Great…” but the entire title is too long to print here. In that monologue, the speaker mentioned several fictional monologues by fictional authors, including this one, originally called “Engine.” Why not create the real thing, Meadows pondered, and lets these “writers” have their day? Check back as Kelly brings others to life as well. When not writing, Kelly enjoys a good cup of coffee and never misses an Indy 500 or a Kentucky Derby.
Heroes and villains collide in a tense story about pressure washing Abraham Lincoln’s memorial statue in Washington, DC. As Ron (our hero) starts getting a little too proud, Cyrus (our villain) hatches a plan to stop him – and his pressure washer – in their tracks. Will Ron clean the pigeon poop off the president, or will he buckle… under pressure? A great (and clean) storytelling opportunity!
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