A monologue from the play "Approximating Mother" by Kathleen Tolan
About this Monologue
- Character: Jack????
- Gender: Male
- Age Range(s): Adult (36-50)
- Type of monologue / Character is: Frustrated, Insecure, Pondering/Pensive
- Type: Serio-comic
- Year: 1992
- Period: 20th Century
- Genre: Romance, Drama, Comedy
- Description: Jack reflects on being a father
- Location: Scene 3
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Jack and Fran in the hospital cafeteria, at a table, sipping tea.
JACK: "You know, it isn't so simple, to stand on the outside and watch something so, so primitive, so profound..."