Sophie Steppe and Kaitlyn Meyer
- Share a character’s ideas, point of view, or emotions.
- Get a message, or any other important information, to the audience.
What Monologues Do To...
- Character- can characterize the person speaking the monologue, or another character they are speaking about.
- Plot- can provide important details to the audience about the plot through one speech instead of through acting out the whole story.
- Setting- can describe the setting to the audience.
- Theme- can make the theme more clear for the audience.