In this captivating and at times, humorous monologue using “today’s language,” Napoleon (1769-1821) thinks back over his life in 1820 and comments on his achievements.
This is a fabulous monologue for an aspiring actor as he needs to have comic timing but also the ability to move through many emotions.
WHERE IS THIS USED?
- History classes to introduce or summarize Napoleon
- Drama competitions
- Music-drama performances set in the 1800s
- Community and museum events
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“Nuggets of history are contained in even the casual things Napoleon says. Many people do not know the fascinating details. Very engaging and clever material here.” -Mary C., educator