Monologue Moments

Suggesting a minimum $25 donation. Thank you.

We accept payments with (preferred) Venmo (Kirk-Baltz-1) or Paypal

In the notes of the payment, please include the email you would like used for communication & the specific date you are registering for.


Pick a 60-second monologue preferably something new or something personal you’ve written. How do we deal with our anxiety, fear and insecurities? We speak out and practice what sets us FREE. Fill your 60-second monologue with who you are today, flaws and attributes.

Be open to sharing and seeing where the piece guides you rather than what you do with it. Be patient while looking within to make choices pertaining to your monologue.

Each session limited to 12 Actors.

Create a ZOOM account ahead of time and be familiar with how it works. Use the mute button while listening to eliminate noise.

Recording of video and/or audio is not permitted for any form of public viewing.

Upon payment and registration, each participant will receive an email 24 hours before the start of each session with the specific Zoom link and password.

Please do not share links and passwords to ensure our creating a private space.

How to Join:

  1. Click the Donate button, you will be redirected to a new page (payment must be completed to process your registration)
  2. Register for a Zoom course on August 31st at 10am PST
  3. Mark your calendar!
  4. Select/write and prepare a 60-second monologue for your two-hour Zoom session
  5. Set-up a Zoom account and practice navigating the site, along with the use of your mute button, to ensure a productive session for all
  6. Upon donation and registration, email The Actor’s Kitchen with a brief description of your monologue so we may prepare the course for YOU

A Note from Kirk…

We all need community now more than ever. I’ve been given so much by so many the past 15 years traveling and sharing what we love. I am exceedingly grateful.

Looking forward to working together to transform our individual isolation into a community of productive solitude.

With Care and Respect,