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Monologues

"Tuesday's Dream of Fame"

A monologue from Cats Can See the Devil, "The Talking Cat", is included in Best Men's Stage Monologues 2004. Also included in Best Women's Stage Monologues 2004 are "Tuesday's Dream of Fame" and N. Semble's speech. Both published by Smith & Kraus.

 

"Tuesday's Dream of Fame" is also included in Young Women's Monologues from Contemporary Plays #2, currently distributed by Pioneer Drama Service.

 

Tuesday has been quite popular over the years. See two examples of Tuesday in videos below.

Chao, T.X. (2004). Cats Can See the Devil, Tom X. Chao [The Talking Cat]. In D.L. Lepidus (Ed.), The best men's stage monologues of 2004 (p. 8). Smith & Kraus.

 

Chao, T.X. (2004). Cats Can See the Devil [N. Semble]. In D.L. Lepidus (Ed.), The best women's stage monologues of 2004 (pp. 6-7). Smith & Kraus.

Chao, T.X. (2004). Cats Can See the Devil [Tuesday]. In D.L. Lepidus (Ed.), The best women's stage monologues of 2004 (p. 8). Smith & Kraus.

Chao, T.X. (2004). Tuesday — Cats Can See the Devil (Tom X. Chao). In G.L. Ratliff (Ed.), Young Women's Monologues from Contemporary Plays #2 (p. 83). Meriwether Publishing Ltd.

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