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n.1.An exhibition in which an actor sustains many characters.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Anna Deavere Smith's monopolylogue titled Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (1993) presents that artist's strategy of employing empathy while taking on multiple identities across gender, class, ethnicity, and race.
Mathews's specifies that Agamemnon sings in the monopolylogue (and, according to several illustrations, accompanies himself on the violin), is lost and the title does not resemble any song I have been able to unearth.
This may account for a convention evident in all of Mathews's 'at homes.' Two of the printed versions of A Trip to America conclude with details of the final section, the monopolylogue 'All's Well at Natchitoches.' (51) Here is the rough plot skeleton.