MONOLOGUE CHALLENGE: HERE THEY ARE!

Funny, serious, sad, classical, witty….
here are the monologues!

Alina Queirolo portrays “Good People” by David Lindsat-Abaire

Simon Chater offers us Cyrano’s “nose speech” from the TV adaptation (1985) of Cyano de Bergerac, a play by Edmond Rostand. 

Melanie Fuertes tells us of “The Gratitude List” by Gabriel Davis

John Hudson gives us the Land of Confusion by Anthony Goerge Banks / Phillip David Charles.

Camila Ledo tells us about dystopian Far Away, by Carol Churchill.

Gregorio Pando Poez brings Marc Anthony to life in Julius Caesar

Ana Aldazabal shows she knows her dodos, in this portrayal of Eve from Eve’s Diary by Mark Twain

Andrew Cobb tells us it’s Your Move, Chief as Dr. Sean, Good Will Hunting, written by Matt Damon & Ben Affleck.

Lucia Vallaro and her wonderful excuse to go to dinner

Sam Gilbert and the School for Scandal by Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Vicky Iolster in pours her romantic heart out in Sonnet 18 – Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? by William Shakespeare
 
Gabriel Romero Day thinking about what it is like to be dead in this monologue from Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard

 Fernanda Bigotti instructs us on the proper way to make a marriage proposal according to Mabel Chiltern, from An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde
 
Jordan Saxby delivers a killing monologue straight out of Gotham City: The Killing Joke by Brian Azzarello, based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore.

Sofia Chater delivers a scathing monologue as Abigail Williams from The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Hugo Halbrich in a sincere, heartfelt rendition of The Song of Wandering Aengus by Irish poet W. B. Yeats

Peter Macfarlane proves to us that a little lunacy never hurts, as Don Miguel de Cervantes in Man of La Mancha.  Written by Dale Wasserman, Joe Darion and music by Mitch Leigh.

CLOSURE FOR COVID-19

Since 1963, The Suburban Players have presented English speaking theatre and culture to our community throughout Buenos Aires and beyond. Together with our members, supporters and wider audience, we have maintained our commitment to high quality theatre throughout good times and more difficult days.

The Suburban Players are the epitome of community theatre. As such we take our responsibilities to our greater community very seriously. The unprecedented arrival of the Coronavirus has made us all even more aware of these responsibilities.

With that in mind, and for the wellbeing of all involved, the Board of Directors of The Suburban Players has decided to suspend all of our activities with immediate effect and until such time as they can be resumed safely and responsibly.

We have a great year of theatre, musicals, play readings and social events planned. We are committed to producing them for your enjoyment as soon as circumstances allow.

The Suburban Players will keep you informed of developments. In the meantime we urge you all to stay safe and healthy, and we look forward to seeing all of you in the hopefully not too distant future.