Comedic female monologue for a woman 30s-40s. Author is Audrey Cefaly.
Has energy. She’s outraged. She surveys her neighborhood at Christmastime and accuses a man with a Virgin Mary statue of idolatry and he points her to another house with a flashing neon baby Jesus.
Likely laugh line when she observes the flashing lawn ornament “born TODAY.”
She’s sort of struggling with people in her community. With how they act. She wants them to act right (her idea of right). That friction, that tension which builds from outrage at one thing to more fuel on the fire greater outrage at the next. I like builds and energy rises in monologues.
Monologue is featured on page 74 of “222 More Comedy Monologues 2 Minutes & Under”