With all the craze of the augmented reality game, Pokemon Go, I would be remiss if i didn't acknowledge its success, theatrical relevance, and at least write a little monologue about it...so consider the first two points acknowledged, and check out my pokemon-related monologue below. This 1 minute monologue contains some comedy, some romance, some lightning bolts on a bike, and of course, some pokemon drama...Read the excerpt of the monologue below, entitled Forgiveness and Defeat at a Pokemon Gym.
Forgiveness and Defeat at a Pokémon Gym
By Tara Meddaugh
Benjamin, a boy of around 16 years old, is at a Stop and Shop grocery store parking lot, around midnight. He is speaking with his long time friend (and probable crush), Evie, who is quite angry with him. Unknowingly, he has defeated her pokemon gym, and now he needs to prove he would never battle with her on purpose...but is it too late?
I know you’re mad—I just saw your post of that face with the flames coming out of its head, and I’m just—aw, Evie, I know it looks bad. I know you won’t believe me, but listen, it’s not, it’s just, it’s not what it looks like.
How was I supposed to know it was you? You’re a—you’re a girl with really long hair, but your avatar looks kind of like a boy with short hair. Which is fine, but I mean, right there, that should show you I’m innocent. And—I never would have thought you’d choose yellow. Your favorite color is blue—it’s always been blue…like your eyes…And look at your bike, Evie—it’s blue too. It still has those butterfly decals you put on when you were nine. I put on the lightning bolts…
I know there isn’t much I can do now. You’ve lost it all and I feel horrible...Click here to read the remainder of the monologue.