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Finally, The Bear script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the movie with hardly any dialogue starring Bart The Bear. Decent people don't talk to a woman like that! No, sir, you don't get out of it! There's nobody at home! Why? SMIRNOV. [Laughs] He likes me! They can't cost less than ninety roubles the pair.... You must hold the revolver like this.... [Aside] Her eyes, her eyes! You know that when Nicolai Mihailovitch died, life lost all its meaning for me. Come along then. I ask you to go away! [With determination] I must ask you never to talk to me about it! This isn't a stable! He was so fond of Toby! Where is my canoe? Stop.... No, go away. I want the money desperately. Voila! Oh! [Enter LUKA with the vodka.] [Not hearing him] If she fights, well that's equality of rights, emancipation, and all that! SMIRNOV. I'm even sorry to have to kill her! SMIRNOV. You must excuse me, I can't pay you. SMIRNOV. I reckon it's a whole year that you haven't left the house! What an idea! One thousand two hundred.... And what was my husband in debt to you for? SMIRNOV. In ten years' time you'll want to be a pea-hen yourself among the officers, but they won't look at you, it will be too late. [Annoyed] Very well, ask him in.... What manners! We'll fight it out! Brenda Chapman (born November 1, 1962) is an American writer, animation story artist and director. Get away from me! Nothing, go away.... No, stop.... No, go away, go away! Not a sour-faced jellybag, but fire, gunpowder, a rocket! My lord, I warrant you we will play our part, As he shall think by our true diligence He is no less than what we say he is. GOLDILOCKS: I´ll go to the forest to play and gather some flowers. SMIRNOV. By ticking this box I agree to receive the chosen newsletter(s), including promotional, programming, marketing â¦ A monster! Water! Take your hands away! Oh! I'll shoot her on principle! Please don't shout, I'm not your steward! Safari Jack hosts the show and finding that the bears just arenât all that exciting, itâs up to him to make the show sensational. The maid and the cook have gone off fruit picking, every living being is rejoicing, even the cat understands how to enjoy herself and walks about in the yard, catching midges; only you sit in this room all day, as if this was a convent, and don't take any pleasure. SMIRNOV. I've never in my life seen one like her! Where's Dasha? [Points to the door] That's the way. Just because I'm too gentle with them, because I'm a rag, just weak wax in their hands! You allow yourself to go very far, sir.... I'm in love like a student, I've been on my knees.... [Rudely] I love you! [Sits and inspects himself] I must say I look well! Do you think I'm afraid of you just because you have large fists and a bull's throat? That's the last straw! Well, there! index * 200X * Film Dir * Books * Theatre w/Anatoly * SHOWs * Script Analysis * Acting * Directing * Russian-American Theatre (RAT) * My Russian Plays * BioMechanics * Classes Dir * VIRTUAL THEATRE * THE BEAR [ one act * Chekhov, bio * farces guide PDF ] CHARACTERS. POPOVA. SMIRNOV. Get away from me—I hate you! We know these games! We'll fight it out! LUKA. SMIRNOV. I shan't have any peace until I've made a hole in your forehead... that forehead which I hate so much! POPOVA. I almost love you! SMIRNOV. She puts three bowls of porridge on the table. You fool, you've let the near horse's leg get tied up in the reins again! LUKA. Please don't shout! And I'm in a state of mind which, if I don't pay the interest due to-morrow, will force me to make a graceful exit from this life feet first. The play The Bear is pretty unbelievable, when you really think about it. Drama Plays for Kids. The battles are exhausting. Chipmunk and Bear Play Script. I even feel sick.... [Yells] Waiter! POPOVA. Three times I've fought duels on account of women. SMIRNOV. You don't know how to behave before women! Yes, I know it's no secret to you that he was often unfair to me, cruel, and... and even unfaithful, but I shall be true till death, and show him how I can love. SMIRNOV. [Teasingly] "Never mind...." I'll give it you. Moreover, it's exactly seven months to-day since the death of my husband, and I'm in a state of mind which absolutely prevents me from giving money matters my attention. FOX: â¦ Absolutely uncompetitive. Do you understand? [Shouts] Dasha! I used to love passionately, madly, every blessed way, devil take me; I used to chatter like a magpie about emancipation, and wasted half my wealth on tender feelings, but now—you must excuse me! [Sees POPOVA and speaks with respect] Madam, I have the honour to present myself, I am Grigory Stepanovitch Smirnov, landowner and retired lieutenant of artillery! SMIRNOV. I do. [Enter LUKA.] You're young and beautiful, with roses in your cheek—if you only took a little pleasure. That's silly and rude. Why won't you fight? Join StageAgent today and unlock amazing theatre resources and opportunities. Dasha! POPOVA. Absolutely. POPOVA. SMIRNOV. LUKA. How angry I am! He used to buy oats from me. [Teasing her] Silly and rude! Even though her cheeks are dimpled, I like her! Yes or no? Very well then! You'll find out what I'm like! Very well! Well, there you are! Why should he disturb my peace? I don't want to talk to impudent scoundrels! When some junker [Note: So in the original.] I want to hear no more. Pin. That's why I never did like, and don't like now, to have to talk to women. SMIRNOV. No, you don't! Pursued by a Bear, a new play by Lauren Gunderson, a Georgia native who now lives and works in San Francisco." Ariel plays the tune on a tabour and pipe. Sign up today to unlock amazing theatre resources and opportunities. I am a good and virtuous little wife. [Approaches SMIRNOV] Would you mind going out, sir, as you're asked to! Then you won't pay me now? I own some fine horses.... Will you be my wife? You don't want me? I'm not shouting, it's you! Whom are you talking to? Yes, really! LUKA. I love porridge! I'm going to get my own, my dear! But didn't you tell him that since the death of my husband I've stopped receiving? Male Monologues Comedic Monologues for Men Male Shakespeare Monologues Monologues for Young People Monologues for Teens Monologues for Kids Working on your Monologue. I rode out yesterday, early in the morning, and called on all my debtors, and not a single one of them paid up! [Exploding] What? Dear madam! "Husband died seven months ago!" There was a time when I played the fool, scented myself, used honeyed words, wore jewellery, made beautiful bows. I'm lost! This very minute. You Bourbon! TRINCULO O, forgive me my sins! What the devil, excuse my saying so, have I to do with your steward! He dares to say that he likes me! SMIRNOV. Synopsis: While exploring the uncharted wilderness in 1823, legendary frontiersman Hugh Glass sustains injuries from a brutal bear attack. POPOVA. [Jumps up] Shut up! POPOVA. SMIRNOV I'm staying here! Who are you talking to? Wonderful woman! I grieved over her, I wept for a month, and that's enough for her, but if I've got to weep for a whole age, well, the old woman isn't worth it. MOTHER BEAR: So it is! I absolutely like her! CONTEMPORARY MONOLOGUES WOMEN Moving by Lee Kalcheim DIANA I went to a Quaker school. [Is going, but turns back] What pleasure it will give me to put a bullet into your thick head! There's a regiment quartered at Riblov, and the officers are such beauties—you can never gaze your fill at them. I can't. POPOVA. LUKA. Yes, I am afraid. I'll bring her down like a chicken! LUKA. Oh, no, you will. And I told you perfectly plainly I don't want the money the day after to-morrow, but to-day. Black eyes, passionate eyes, ruby lips, dimpled cheeks, the moon, whispers, timid breathing—I wouldn't give a brass farthing for the lot, madam! There are Mortimer pistols, specially made for duels, they fire a percussion-cap. It's inconvenient to shoot in a room, let's go into the garden. Do you think I'm afraid of you? [Shaking] Who's that? [Loses his temper and lisps] Madame, je vous prie.... How happy I am that you don't pay me.... Ah, pardon. I thought I distinctly said my steward will pay you when he returns from town. SMIRNOV. Devil take you! POPOVA. Men are faithful and constant i... SMIRNOV. While a man is suffering and making sacrifices all her love expresses itself in her playing about with her scarf, and trying to hook him more firmly by the nose. POPOVA. STEPHANO If thou beest a man, show thyself in thy likeness: if thou beest a devil, take't as thou list. I'm ill! POPOVA. No, I do know how to behave before women! Madam! POPOVA. I can't. A Day in the Life of Bear is a hilarious twist on Goldilocks and the Three Bears.In this version, the Bear Family is the subject of a nature documentary/reality show! I shan't give you a farthing, just to spite you. This is the story of a young bear who wants more for her tribe. Chipmunk and Bear Play Script Drama Notebook 2020-04-30T21:26:05+00:00. Pay me the money, and I'll go. [Sighing, to LUKA] So don't you forget, Luka, to give Toby an extra feed of oats. Get out of this! Can't you be more polite? POPOVA. [Bows.] or some tame poet goes past your windows he'll think: "There lives the mysterious Tamara who, for the love of her husband, buried herself between four walls." You lie! I shall never go out.... Why should I? SMIRNOV. How dare you say all that to me? One the Bear is a game changing production for young people and audiences with curious minds. Try not to jerk your arm. Monologue Blogger maintains thousands of free contemporary monologues from published plays â¦ POPOVA. I am not here as a visitor, but as a creditor, and there's no dress specially prescribed for creditors.... I haven't been in love for five years, I'd taken a vow, and now all of a sudden I'm in love, like a fish out of water! POPOVA. What? [Stops] Well? POPOVA. POPOVA. Fire, then! SMIRNOV. Pistols! SMIRNOV. POPOVA. Porridge for breakfast. You mean to say, you can't pay me? POPOVA. [Exit LUKA] Ill and will see nobody! [He snatches at the back of a chair; the chair creaks and breaks] Devil take it, how I'm smashing up your furniture! SMIRNOV. I am compelled to disturb you on a very pressing affair. [Exit LUKA] How these people annoy me! Excuse me, sir, I am not accustomed to listen to such expressions or to such a tone of voice. Checkout. Let's go and fight! LUKA. And do you think that just because you're a poetic creature you can insult me with impunity? To-morrow I've got to pay the interest, and begin mowing, and here you.... [Puts his arms around her] I shall never forgive myself for this.... [Kneels] I love you as I've never loved before! You've frightened her to death, and now you want to shoot her! [All the ANIMALS run to the tipi except MOTHER BEAR and LYNX.] In this one-act play, Tiffany talks with her teacher to try and gain clarity on the stresses she has in her creative work. But you can't go on weeping and wearing mourning for ever. Nicolai Mihailovitch is dead, well, it's the will of God, and may his soul rest in peace.... You've mourned him—and quite right. I can't even see one of these poetic creatures from a distance without breaking out into a cold sweat out of sheer anger. The dear lady may well have taken me for a brigand. [A prolonged kiss. Mother Bear: It is too hot. Eh? He is in his grave, and I have buried myself between four walls.... We are both dead. It's about time we got rid of the prejudice that only men need pay for their insults. Up next SMIRNOV. [Yells] Let's go out and fight! Tell them that I receive nobody. I've never held a pistol in my hands before. [Exit.] [Exit LUKA] What a way to reason! I really... You're a rude, ill-bred man! Like this? POPOVA. I didn't come to your steward, but to you! [A bell rings noisily.] Enter LUKA with an axe, the GARDENER with a rake, the COACHMAN with a pitchfork, and WORKMEN with poles.] Studying Native American history? Read the monologue for the role of Mrs. Popov from the script for The Bear by Anton Chekhov. Let's go out! Thank you so much. Or do you expect me to go and run my head into a brick wall? We used to have an awards ceremony at the end of the year. Dasha! SMIRNOV. LUKA. Join StageAgent today and unlock amazing theatre resources and opportunities. Medved': Shutka v odnom deystvii, 1888), is a one-act comedic play written by Russian author Anton Chekhov.The play was originally dedicated to Nikolai Nikolaevich Solovtsov, Chekhov's boyhood friend and director/actor who first â¦ POPOVA. Hamlet, of course, is one of the greatest characters ever penned, but there are a number of great male and female characters in the play, and where there are great characters there are great monologues. There he stops for half a minute, while they look at each other in silence, then he hesitatingly approaches POPOVA] Listen.... Are you still angry? SMIRNOV. POPOVA. POPOVA. SMIRNOV. 100.3 The Bear - Greedy Bastards Exclusive Offers Receive promotional & special offers from our partners. Loading... Unsubscribe from Shannon Cody? It can also be found in the book, Theatre for Youth: Twelve Plays with Mature Themes, edited â¦ What a business! I hate you! Then, according to you, who is faithful and constant in love? Luka says: There you are again! You may have buried yourself alive, but you haven't forgotten to powder your face! A trumpet sounds. Eh? How do you want me to talk to you? POPOVA. POPOVA. Watch cartoons with favourite characters and play exciting games for boys and girls. I ask you: Must I pay, or must I not? Baby Bear: Oh great! Tell me truthfully, have you ever seen a woman who was sincere, faithful, and constant? I hate you! SMIRNOV. Please leave me alone! [Enter POPOVA with pistols.] And not only that, but, now that he is dead, I am still true and constant to his memory. I'll sit here all the time.... [Jumps up] I ask you: Have I got to pay the interest to-morrow, or haven't I? Are you afraid? POPOVA. PAPA BEAR MOMMA BEAR BABY BEAR SCRIPT: NARRATOR: Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Goldilocks. That's real silly feminine logic. Put your head back a little! She is a woman! POPOVA. It's too awful to listen to, so it is! You must allow me to call things by their real names. SMIRNOV. Bless you! SMIRNOV. POPOVA. Get me some kvass or water! I have disturbed you! I don't want the money the day after tomorrow, I want it to-day. [LUKA enters in consternation.] POPOVA. LUKA. You don't go anywhere, and you see nobody. SMIRNOV. POPOVA. STEPHANO He that dies pays all debts: I defy â¦ I vowed never to the end of my days to cease to wear mourning, or to see the light.... You hear? It isn't as if there were no good people around, for the district's full of them. Here the sexes are equal! [Choking with rage] So you sit down? Lord Take him up gently and to bed with him; And each one to his office when he wakes. As if I don't know why you wear that black domino and bury yourself between four walls! You haven't! [Weeps] Dear... dear sir, do go away! I'm not a little boy or a sentimental puppy; I don't care about this "softer sex." Audun and the Bear Readers Theater Play Script for Kids and the Classroom Free. Good-bye. Do you remember? Stand back, or I'll fire! Is that the last word you've got to say? SMIRNOV. Smirnov claims to ignore women as much as he can. Eh? Here the sexes are equal! The man! Well, that is something new. Get out! Very well! A Bourbon! Bear! Absolutely! Are you afraid? Best suited for ages 6-10. I do not re-ceive! And, every Friday, there's a ball at the camp, and every day the soldier's band plays.... Eh, my lady! Present company always excepted, all women, great or little, are insincere, crooked, backbiters, envious, liars to the marrow of their bones, vain, trivial, merciless, unreasonable, and, as far as this is concerned [taps his forehead] excuse my outspokenness, a sparrow can give ten points to any philosopher in petticoats you like to name! It's so mysterious, so poetic! But I warn you, I'm going to fire in the air. I'll chop you into pieces! POPOVA. Some bear out SLY. [A drawing-room in POPOVA'S house.] The 1938 Radio Script by Howard E. Koch. The mice have eaten my livery. And how well you look in mourning! I hate you! The Bear: A Joke in One Act, or The Boor (Russian: ÐÐµÐ´Ð²ÐµÐ´Ñ: Ð¨ÑÑÐºÐ° Ð² Ð¾Ð´Ð½Ð¾Ð¼ Ð´ÐµÐ¹ÑÑÐ²Ð¸Ð¸, tr. Oh, if you knew how angry I am, how angry I am! My head's aching.... Shall I have some vodka, what? When she's in love, can she do anything but snivel and slobber? [Enter LUKA with water.] Eh? SMIRNOV. My cubs must be hungry. POPOVA. Pelageya! I wasn't asking you about a stable, but whether I'd got my interest to pay to-morrow or not? POPOVA. You have the misfortune to be a woman, you know from yourself what is the nature of woman. Spanish Fork, UT, Accessibility Statement Terms Privacy |StageAgent Â© 2020. POPOVA. Mother Bear: Breakfast is ready! Absolutely your last? Bear! POPOVA. Hm! Read the monologue for the role of Luka from the script for The Bear by Anton Chekhov. SMIRNOV. In French, or what? Pushing the boundaries of form, style and storytelling, this brave new work of hip hop theatre is guaranteed to burst your senses and expand your mind. I'm on my knees like a fool, offering you my hand.... Shame, shame! Get out of this, now. I'll bring them here. I've refused twelve women, and nine have refused me! Oh, how angry I am! How shouldn't I get angry. SMIRNOV. [With heat] What right have you to talk like that? In theatre, a monologue (from Greek: Î¼Î¿Î½ÏÎ»Î¿Î³Î¿Ï, from Î¼ÏÎ½Î¿Ï mónos, "alone, solitary" and Î»ÏÎ³Î¿Ï lógos, "speech") is a speech presented by a single character, most often to express their mental thoughts aloud, though sometimes also to directly address another character or the audience.Monologues are common across the range of dramatic media (playsâ¦ But how on earth am I not to get angry? I feel quite chilly—and it's all on account of that little bit of fluff! [Laughs bitterly] Men are faithful and constant in love! [Loads the revolver in silence, takes his cap and goes to the door. [MOTHER BEAR pretends to get in a canoe and starts to paddle.] What is it? Water! LUKA. Curtain. POPOVA. I don't want the money the day after tomorrow, I want it to-day. I can't look at them. TRISTRAM ... Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. You'll meet a cat with a horn or a white woodcock sooner than a constant woman! How angry I am to-day, how angry I am! Do you think I can fly away from my creditors in a balloon, or what? Yes? I told you perfectly plainly; I haven't any money to spare; wait until the day after to-morrow. At last I get here, seventy versts from home, and hope to get something, and I am received by you with a "state of mind"! I have shut myself for ever within these four walls, and will wear these weeds to the very end.... Selected monologues from The Bear including video examples, context and character information. Although The Bear is one of Anton Chekhovâs lesser-known plays, this âFarce in One-Act," as it is subtitled, is an excellent representative of its genre. We live, so to speak, like spiders, and never see the light. [Lowering her eyes] Luka, tell them in the stables that Toby isn't to have any oats at all to-day. 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