The monologue is about an actress named Susanne, who very much wants to play the role of "Tiffany Jones, a voluptuous, kick-boxing, platinum haired CEO, twenty-one years of age, who single handedly takes on the Singapore Mafia when they try to launder money and run drugs through the Fortune 500 company she single handedly started from the ground up."
It's very important to Susanne that she get the role of Tiffany, as she's seldom ever connected so strongly to a role as this one. Susanne's primary tactic to get the role is to sell herself and her skills as an actor. She lists off a bizarre array of accomplishments and talents including playing "every one of the Three Sisters," the ability to act in styles including "lyrical realism" and "realistic lyricalism" and her combat training in various martial arts including "Uechiryu Karate" from "the Okinawan school." Monologue engages the sense of sight with its descriptions of "acne encrusted boys" and the above description of the character Tiffany Jones.
If you want to play a hyper intelligent, somewhat hyper young woman in her 20's who is both eager to please, full of herself and probably pretty insecure underneath this role might fit the bill.
Find it on page 43 of Humana Festival 2012: The Complete Plays. To request the play "F-Stop" which this monologue is from contact the author at http://www.olgahumphrey.com/contact.html.