Varsity Blues Monologue
|Varsity Blues by W. Peter Iliff & John Gatins|
|Age (range):||18 - 55|
Mox: In America we have laws,laws against killing,laws against stealing. It is accepted that as a member of American Society you will live by these laws. As a boy growing up in West Cannan Texas, you never question the sanctity of football. There is another society which has its own laws. Football is a way of life. That's me as a kid playing ball with my best friends. I'm Jonathan Moxon but most people call me "Mox." As a boy growing up in West Canaan Texas you the sanlitiy of football. You just listened to what the coaches said and tried as best as you could to win. Win At All Costs.