Thirty short comedy plays for teens: plays for a variety of cast sizes

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Meriwether Pub., Mar 1, 2007 - Drama - 175 pages
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Real life teen dilemmas written as comedy. These thirty short plays give teenage performers a chance to portray the drama of their everyday lives. They may act crazy, push boundaries and discover themselves as the plays permit them to show off their talents. The actors can create outrageous characters in the context of situations they know so well. Sample titles include: The Kissing Booth, Four Boyfriends, Last Free Summer and The Babysitter. inexperienced actors will come alive as performers because they playlets offer natural dialog and believable situations. The plays are for two to six actors. Excellent for contest use.

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Contents

Preface
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Third 1M IF
8
Class Clown 2M
16
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Laurie Allen's plays for teens have had great success in productions across the United States.

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