A silly comedy about how the misuse of apostrophes are ruining the lives of students. Flexible casting, audience participation, and fun staging.
About 40 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
13 Any Gender
Are you sometime's amazed at how many apostrophe's s'ome people manage to fi't into s'entence's? Then you're not the only one. That's just the problem that needs to be solved in this outrageous comedy.
This goofy show has an extremely flexible cast, audience participation, and really fun staging opportunities. It begs to be performed by silly students with a million clever ideas.
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13 Any Gender
Characters in this play are currently identified as male or female. Directors are welcome to assign any gender (binary or non-binary) to any character and modify pronouns accordingly.
microphone, badminton rackets, birdie, large banner, National Enquirer, mock-ups, shoe, sock, marker, journal, glass of water
My class chose Bradley Hayward's Apostrophe's even though I had a feeling it would not go over with an eighth grade audience. I was wrong. The students liked the fact that all parts could be played by either sex. They used this for 35% of their grade and nearly all students earned an A or B. Because some of the parts were short, even my special education students were able to shine.
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