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Censorbleep

Recommended for High Schools

Censorbleep

by Lindsay Price

The Bleep Bleep Girls know how teenagers are supposed to behave and how to deal with those who don't. An absurd look at censorship and independent thought.

 About 35 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks


 11
1 M | 5 W | 5 Any Gender, plus optional extras


Simple Set


 36 pages

Drama Character Study Issue-Based
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The Bleep Bleep Girls are the greatest group in school. They know what's best for you. They know what you should say and how you should behave. And today they're going to show you a great skit. Perfectly clean, and one hundred percent bleeped. And you're going to like it.

What's the matter? Don't you want to be a good person? Don't you want to do the right thing? Don't you want to be bleeped?

You better be careful. People with independent thoughts get dealt with.

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