LUKA. SMIRNOV. POPOVA. [Exit LUKA] How these people annoy me! LUKA. [Enter LUKA with water.] And I told you perfectly plainly I don't want the money the day after to-morrow, but to-day. I used to love passionately, madly, every blessed way, devil take me; I used to chatter like a magpie about emancipation, and wasted half my wealth on tender feelings, but now—you must excuse me! SMIRNOV. SMIRNOV. There's a regiment quartered at Riblov, and the officers are such beauties—you can never gaze your fill at them. [All the ANIMALS run to the tipi except MOTHER BEAR and LYNX.] Take your hands away! I know, I know, I still need to get the cast names in there and I'll be eternally tweaking it, so … [Her eyes downcast] Sir, in my solitude I have grown unaccustomed to the masculine voice, and I can't stand shouting. POPOVA. I rode out yesterday, early in the morning, and called on all my debtors, and not a single one of them paid up! I'm out of my senses! Dasha! Bear! While a man is suffering and making sacrifices all her love expresses itself in her playing about with her scarf, and trying to hook him more firmly by the nose. MOTHER BEAR: So it is! The maid and the cook have gone off fruit picking, every living being is rejoicing, even the cat understands how to enjoy herself and walks about in the yard, catching midges; only you sit in this room all day, as if this was a convent, and don't take any pleasure. As I've got to pay the interest on a mortgage to-morrow, I've come to ask you, madam, to pay me the money to-day. Chipmunk and Bear Play Script Drama Notebook 2020-04-30T21:26:05+00:00. POPOVA. Yes, the man! I own some fine horses.... Will you be my wife? FOX: … [With determination] I must ask you never to talk to me about it! POPOVA. Sometimes, I get the bear and other times, the bear gets me… To read the full one-act ePlay, find purchase link below: In this one-act play, Tiffany talks with her teacher to try and gain clarity on the stresses she has in her creative work. I'm off my head, I'm in love like a boy, like a fool! I don't want to talk to impudent scoundrels! POPOVA. That's the sort I can understand! Or do you expect me to go and run my head into a brick wall? The Bear February 16, 2018 Joseph Arnone In this monologue, TIFFANY tries to come to terms with the problems she has about Monologues from Plays Share. If you are performing or auditioning using a monologue, make sure you read the play. Or do you think I'm doing this for a joke? I've refused twelve women, and nine have refused me! The Play "The Bear" carries the theme that man is a slave to his feelings, he may try and tame his emotions for a while but it shall not work for a longer period of a time. I've never in my life seen one like her! I shan't have any peace until I've made a hole in your forehead... that forehead which I hate so much! But you can't go on weeping and wearing mourning for ever. Even though her cheeks are dimpled, I like her! STEPHANO He that dies pays all debts: I defy … LUKA. Instead of talking like that you ought to go and have a walk in the garden, or else order Toby or Giant to be harnessed, and then drive out to see some of the neighbours. POPOVA. Are you afraid? Why, confound it, hang me on that nail feet upwards, if you like, but have you met a woman who can love anybody except a lapdog? By ticking this box I agree to receive the chosen newsletter(s), including promotional, programming, marketing … You won't get round me like that now! POPOVA. [Exit LUKA] Ill and will see nobody! Join StageAgent today and unlock amazing theatre resources and opportunities. A Bourbon! I didn't come to your steward, but to you! Well, that is something new. Get out! The Dinner Detective" Murder Mystery Dinner Show -- Salt Lake City. I want to hear no more. LUKA. How do you want me to talk to you? SMIRNOV. I understand nothing. So I went to the headmaster and I told I'll bring her down like a chicken! Finally, The Bear script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the movie with hardly any dialogue starring Bart The Bear. I'm going to stay and will sit here till you give me the money. Try not to jerk your arm. In French, or what? This is "Bear monologue" by Deon Williams on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. SMIRNOV. You allow yourself to go very far, sir.... Oh! She is a woman! No, you don't! I wasn't asking you about a stable, but whether I'd got my interest to pay to-morrow or not? If you're ill for a year—I'll stay for a year. SMIRNOV. The Bear quantity. God, what a woman! I'm even sorry to have to kill her! [Bows.] CONTEMPORARY MONOLOGUES WOMEN Moving by Lee Kalcheim DIANA I went to a Quaker school. SMIRNOV. STEPHANO If thou beest a man, show thyself in thy likeness: if thou beest a devil, take't as thou list. Can't you be more polite? LUKA. SMIRNOV. SMIRNOV. I can't breathe! [Jumps up] Shut up! The mice have eaten my livery. [Lowering her eyes] Luka, tell them in the stables that Toby isn't to have any oats at all to-day. I told you perfectly plainly; I haven't any money to spare; wait until the day after to-morrow. Let’s go for a walk in the forest and wait for it to cool down. We'll fight it out! Very well! I really... SMIRNOV. POPOVA. Pushing the boundaries of form, style and storytelling, this brave new work of hip hop theatre is guaranteed to burst your senses and expand your mind. Monologue Blogger maintains thousands of free contemporary monologues from published plays … TRINCULO This is the tune of our catch, played by the picture of Nobody. You leave me alone! But what a woman! Audun risks the wrath of … LUKA. So enjoy! I'm not a little boy or a sentimental puppy; I don't care about this "softer sex." Do you think I can fly away from my creditors in a balloon, or what? What an idea! The last word? [Laughs through her tears] And aren't you ashamed? Three times I've fought duels on account of women. LUKA. A Day in the Life of Bear is a hilarious twist on Goldilocks and the Three Bears.In this version, the Bear Family is the subject of a nature documentary/reality show! LUKA. Oh, if you knew how angry I am, how angry I am! What? Don't come near me, don't come near me! LUKA. [Approaches SMIRNOV] Would you mind going out, sir, as you're asked to! In 1998, she became the first woman to direct an animated feature from a major studio, DreamWorks Animation's The Prince of Egypt. This script is a transcript that was painstakingly transcribed using the screenplay and/or viewings of The Bear. I'm lost! [LUKA enters in consternation.] I hate you! [Gets up and quickly goes to the door.] POPOVA. Brenda Chapman. I almost love you! Read the monologue for the role of Luka from the script for The Bear by Anton Chekhov. You'll have your money the day after to-morrow. Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind (30 plays … POPOVA. There, beyond the grave, he will see me as I was before his death.... You don't want me? I reckon it's a whole year that you haven't left the house! I'll make a note of it. Madam is ill and will see nobody. And how well you look in mourning! The battles are exhausting. or some tame poet goes past your windows he'll think: "There lives the mysterious Tamara who, for the love of her husband, buried herself between four walls." Devil take you! [Looks at the photograph] You will see, Nicolas, how I can love and forgive.... My love will die out with me, only when this poor heart will cease to beat. [Sighs] You've forgotten all your neighbours. I absolutely like her! Very well! I loved him passionately with all my being, as only a young and imaginative woman can love, I gave him my youth, my happiness, my life, my fortune, I breathed in him, I worshipped him as if I were a heathen, and... and what then? Belike, some noble … SMIRNOV. I can't look at them. At last I get here, seventy versts from home, and hope to get something, and I am received by you with a "state of mind"! We're going to fight it out! Brenda Chapman (born November 1, 1962) is an American writer, animation story artist and director. I ask you to go away! Well, there you are! [Trying to interrupt him] Bear! [Choking with rage] So you sit down? And not only that, but, now that he is dead, I am still true and constant to his memory. Get out of this, now. When some junker [Note: So in the original.] POPOVA. LUKA. [Sits and inspects himself] I must say I look well! POPOVA. SMIRNOV. POPOVA. SMIRNOV. And I can't wait till after to-morrow. Gain full access to show guides, character breakdowns, auditions, monologues and more! Wonderful woman! POPOVA. SMIRNOV. POPOVA. Pay me the money, and I'll go. SMIRNOV. [Throws her revolver on the table] My fingers have swollen because of all this.... [Tears her handkerchief in temper] What are you waiting for? SMIRNOV. My head's aching.... Shall I have some vodka, what? SMIRNOV. You fool, you've let the near horse's leg get tied up in the reins again! Get out! You're so strange! Give me my money.... [Aside] Oh, how angry I am! Well, there! I am not here as a visitor, but as a creditor, and there's no dress specially prescribed for creditors.... Checkout. Purchase ePlay POPOVA. Learn Very well! In that case I stay here and shall wait until I get it. SMIRNOV. [Clenches her fists and stamps her foot] You're a boor! Oh, how angry I am! The bears go out for … I will get that deer! Devil take it, if you want equality of rights you can have it. You don't get at me with your widow's weeds and your dimpled cheeks! What do I want to fall in love with you for? I'm ill! Bear! There was a time when I played the fool, scented myself, used honeyed words, wore jewellery, made beautiful bows. Stand back, or I'll fire! [Pause] Aren't you going? I have not the pleasure of being either your husband or your fiancé, so please don't make scenes. I've locked myself in, and will be true to you till the grave, and you... aren't you ashamed, you bad child? [Enter LUKA.] They'll take my estate! Sirrah, go see what trumpet 'tis that sounds: Exit Servingman. SMIRNOV. As if I don't know why you wear that black domino and bury yourself between four walls! We know these games! [Pause.] Although The Bear is one of Anton Chekhov’s lesser-known plays, this “Farce in One-Act," as it is subtitled, is an excellent representative of its genre. What is it? I'll shoot her on principle! [Rings.] It's inconvenient to shoot in a room, let's go into the garden. I'm almost ready to let the debt go... and I'm not angry any longer.... Get away from me! POPOVA. LUKA. How angry I am to-day, how angry I am! This tale introduces younger students to a well-known Native American legend. Eh? I do not re-ceive! Up next Fire, then! Excuse me, sir, I am not accustomed to listen to such expressions or to such a tone of voice. Mrs. Popov says: The man! I shan't give you a farthing, just to spite you. He is in his grave, and I have buried myself between four walls.... We are both dead. SMIRNOV. Eh? [Exit.] POPOVA. The Bear Monologue Shannon Cody. Let's go out! POPOVA. He always used to ride on him to the Korchagins and Vlasovs. No? I did, but he wouldn't even listen; says that it's a very pressing affair. [Approaching her] How angry I am with myself! Hamlet is a great play for finding monologues. Just because I'm too gentle with them, because I'm a rag, just weak wax in their hands! Where is my canoe? Yes, I am afraid. Watch cartoons with favourite characters and play exciting games for boys and girls. Men are faithful and constant! If you don’t see one you like, keep checking back! "Husband died seven months ago!" I am compelled to disturb you on a very pressing affair. I know those dimples! POPOVA. Absolutely uncompetitive. Well, what can I do, if I haven't the money now! Everybody got an award! POPOVA. Then it dawned on me that if everybody got an award, it didn’t mean anything. PAPA BEAR MOMMA BEAR BABY BEAR SCRIPT: NARRATOR: Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Goldilocks. Hm! POPOVA. Read the monologue for the role of Mrs. Popov from the script for The Bear by Anton Chekhov. LUKA. You come with me! Decent people don't talk to a woman like that! I vowed never to the end of my days to cease to wear mourning, or to see the light.... You hear? [Is going, but turns back] What pleasure it will give me to put a bullet into your thick head! 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