Denver Monologue Slam

Denver Monologue Slam – Sept 10, 2016

 

Presented by Colorado Homes Denver the Monologue Slam will feature local actors performing a 3-minute monologue from a play, TV show, film or something they have written. Popular in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, Monologue Slams are fun showcase for actors and audience members.  This is a great opportunity for actors to gain exposure and directors and writers to cast their next project.

Performers from all backgrounds are welcome. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place winners determined by a panel of industry professionals.

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Most Common Questions & Answers

What time does the event start?

Networking begins at 6:30.  The monologue slam will begin close to 7:00 and will run roughly one and a half to two hours.  Bring business cards and headshots (if you have them). If you want to update your headshot or need one, please contact Kelly Weaver Photography.

How do I sign up to perform?

Sign-ups begin at 6:30pm.  This is a first come, first served basis.  Get there early to ensure that you secure a spot to perform. Tickets are $10. You can get a coupon for half priced tickets from LocaLynx. Just download the app and find us in the Entertainment section.

Where is the event?

Right here at Historic Grant Avenue in our unforgetable theater. Located at 216 South Grant St., Denver, CO 80209.

Who will the judges be?

We will have three judges representing Denver’s theatre and film industry.  Judges will be announced soon on our facebook page and website.

What will the prizes be?

There will be a cash prize of $200 for the first place winner.  There will also be prizes for the second and third place winners which will be announced soon.

Who will be in the audience?

The audience will consist of actors, filmmakers, writers, musicians and patrons who love supporting Denver’s growing film and theatre industry.

Why attend?

This is a great opportunity for actors to gain exposure or try out new material.  Directors can use this as an opportunity to scout new talent.  Writers can try out new material.  This is also a great way to network and get acquainted with the local arts community.  It is also going to be a fun evening.

What material should be performed?

Any three minute monologue from theatre or film.  Original material is also welcome.  Other than that, anything goes!