Comedic female monologue, age 20s-40s. By Audrey Cefaly.
Fun. A teacher discovers the principle has been secretly listening in on conversations in the teachers lounge. Discovery was recent but doesn’t happen live within the monologue. Not clear what her objective is with the person she’s speaking to. It could be to build allies against the principle. What is at stake for her? Unclear. She is outraged and angry at her discovery, so that gives an actress some meat. She also had a little fun testing her hunch that he was listening in. Psychologists call it “duping delight.” That adds some texture and variety keeping the monologue multi-note.
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