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by Allison Green

We all have our stories. "New and old, complete and untold." Anonymous is a story of every teenager: the new kid trying to fit in, the best friends, the love interests, the kid in the corner with their secret, the group of individuals each trying to belong.

The teenagers of Anonymous have no names because they are "Me" and "You." They are everyone.

Drama Character Study Issue-Based

Average Producer Rating:

About 30 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
19 Characters
1 M | 3 F | 15 Any Gender
Simple Set
32 pages
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Praise for Anonymous

Tracey Buchner
Islands High School
This is a great play for a large cast, but you can also cast multiple parts for actors, if needed. It really challenges your group.
Ryan Lewis
Old Colony RVTHS
For a competitive piece, this show was perfect! We loved the storyline and connection to characters. A minimal set is easily achieved. We used 6 chairs, 2 tables, 1 whiteboard, and 1 seesaw. The judges appreciated the minimalistic set where they were able to focus on the acting with no distractions. We were able to put this show together in about a month and it was highly successful.
AJ High School
Andrew Jackson High School
A great One Act for high school students! Students relate to the story and bring it to life with honesty. Can be performed with just chairs and a see-saw!

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