Shakespeare, Monologues and Sonnets

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SHAKESPEARE, MONOLOGUES AND SONNETS is a new WOUB audio drama project directed by Karen M. Chan. Learning through listening and reading text, we invite actors to join us by submitting a Shakespeare monologue and/or sonnet or other sonnet to WOUB. Our aim is to create a community of great actors and provide expressive outlets for local performers.

If you are local to Athens, OH and the surrounding area and your work is chosen, we will contact you and set up a record date at the WOUB Studio in Athens. If you are outside our surrounding area and would like to submit a recording or two for consideration, email MP3 files preferred. Along with the recording please submit the typed written monologue or sonnet with your name and email address. We look forward to hearing your work!

Artwork by Kit DeBerry
Original Music by Timothy S. Klugh







Julius Caesar

Act 1, Scene 3 

Cassius – Brian Epperson

Act 2, Scene 1 

Portia -Allison Epperson / Brutus – Brian Epperson

Henry 4 Part 1

Falstaff’s ‘Honour’ Speech – Lex Reis

Prince Hal – Christian T. Chan

King Lear

Edmund – Christian T. Chan

Richard III

Queen Margaret – Allison Epperson

Romeo and Juliet

Nurse – Ruth Borovicka

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Act 1, Scene 2

Julia – Davis Bosley

Shakespeare Sonnets

Sonnet 90 – Christian T. Chan

Misc. Sonnets

Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? (Sonnet 18) – Ruth Borovicka

When, In Disgrace With Fortune (Sonnet 29) – Ruth Borovicka

How Do I Love Thee? (Sonnet 43) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning – Christian T. Chan

Sonnet 57 – Davis Bosley

Some Glory In Their Birth (Sonnet 91) – Ruth Borovicka

Let Me Not To The Marriage Of True Minds (Sonnet 116) – Ruth Borovicka