Recently we called out to middle school and high school student writers to share their voices and perspectives on a holiday, celebration or remembrance through their original monologue submissions.
We were thrilled with the incredible response we had to our call-out and so thankful to all who shared their work with us.
Congratulations to the following student playwrights whose monologues have been chosen for publication in a Theatrefolk resource book to be released later this year.
Night of Broken Glass by Ariella Green
A Holi Hazard by Khyati Eda
I’m Sorry by Sophia Kanior
Pride Day by Grace Hinkle
Christmas by Grace Hinkle
Flag Day by Grace Hinkle
Extraordinary by Allison Hurd
Can I Be Alright Too? by Ruhi Tabassum
Please say one last goodbye by Kylah Renehan
Why Couldn’t I Keep You With Me? by Kylah Renehan
Another Year, Another Sphere by Dreana Henry
The Funeral on My Birthday by Charlie Smith
My Autism Day by Angelina Parker
Mother’s Day Plans by Calliope Yannuzzi
Operation Christmas by Lola Frey
Unhappy Happy Birthday by Sophie Petronzio
Contradicting Expectations by Jake Katz
Winter Solstice by Lily Couture
I Have Something Important to Tell You by Irish Cornwell
Diwali and Hindi by Shikhar Misra
Happy Father’s Day, Dad, Wherever You Are by Tiara Zjana Linne Delubiar
Groundhog Day Ritual by Madelyn Davies
The Happiest Birthday by Ainsley Owens
The Promposal by Molly Moody
Vegan Thanksgiving by Alexandra Adamo
Stocking Stuffers by Suray Vargas
My Own Anniversary by Ella Munson-Jackson
Turn the Tide by Maddie Snyder
Congratulations to all participating student playwrights and be sure to keep checking our site for the launch of our Holiday, Celebration and Remembrance student monologue collection resource.