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The Night Sky Monologue

The Night Sky by Bryndi Colwell
Character: Baily
Gender: Female
Age (range): 20-30
Style: Drama
Length: 2 minutes

 

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Background Info: Baily, a mentally challenged adult now living with her sister and her sister's husband was recently raped by her sister's husband. In this monologue, she explains the reason she feels she was raiped.

I never knew I was different. Growing up you always made me feel like a normal kid. You even let me hang out with you and your friends even though none of them liked me much (beat). You remember that day when jessi's brother called me that naughty word and mama said it was just because he grew up in a family where he didn't learn right from wrong? Well, now I know why he called me that name. It was because I am different. I didn't know before...now i do.(beat) If I wasn't different I wouldn't still live with you, if i wasn't different, he wouldn't have called me names. If I wasn't different, (her anger suddenly turns to tears) I wudda done something, I wudn't have "gotten laid" if I wasn't different, we wouldn't be in this mess and we would still be sisters like we used to be.

 


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