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Ashland Falls

Ashland Falls

by Steven Stack

A school receives a mysterious script about a girl who died long ago. The director disappears. A new director arrives just in time and knows all about the story of the play. In fact, she seems to know it too well. And how did she get the dead girl’s ring?

Are the students of Herbert Hoover High too wrapped up in miscues, awful accents, and stolen boyfriends to notice? Revenge is coming. Who will pay the price when the real world and the play collide?

Each actor must play two vastly different roles in this spine-tingling comedy thriller. This easy to stage and intense theatrical experience will keep your audience on their edge of their seats. And the twist ending will make them question everything they've witnessed...

Drama Character Study Melodrama Mystery

Average Producer Rating:

About 90 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
14 Characters
3 M | 11 W
Simple set
82 pages
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Praise for Ashland Falls

Samuel Dunham
Robert Service High School
This was a student-directed play. It was easy enough for a senior to successfully block, light, etc. The student-actors had fun the characters.

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