A monologue writing and performance festival

November 7 | 2 pm

Videos of the 12 SOLOS performances will premiere on Northfield Public Broadcasting on November 7 at 2pm. The video program was filmed and edited by Sam Temple of Northfield Public Broadcasting. It will be available to view on the City of Northfield YouTube page, Spectrum Channel 180, and NPB’s streaming site:

Following the premier on NPB, the SOLOS videos will be shared on the Guild’s YouTube channel. They will be available on November 8 at this link.

SOLOS is the Guild’s premier fall performance event, featuring 12 area actors performing 12 monologues written by 10 local writers. The writers and actors were selected from an open submission process. In this time of physical distancing, SOLOS is a performance festival for anyone to participate from wherever they currently are.

Our congratulations to the following writers for their selected works and to the actors who will perform them:

Brain and Me
written by Jean Manrique, performed by Alison Haider

Forwarding Address
written by Becky Boling, performed by Raul Arambula

Funereal Practice or Is This Really What You Had in Mind
written by Becky Boling, performed by Bob Spear

Listen. Do You Hear?
written by Christine Kallman, performed by Cora Stewart

The Most Fun I Ever Had On Stage
written by Dean Lamp, performed by Kevin Dahle

My Grandmothers’ Voices
written by Amy Haslett-Marriquin, performed by Emily Oberto

Purple Skittles
written by Alyssa Schwartz, performed by Kopano Tsambalagwa

Romance & Sister Mary Monica c. 1943
written by Marie Gery, performed by Susan Dunhaupt

Something In My Hands
written by Christine Kallman, performed by Mary Maker

written by Marc Robinson, performed by Jonathan Larson

You Don’t See Me
written by Morgynne MacDougall, performed by Andie Moore

You Told Me
written by Elizabeth Child, performed by Felicia Crosby