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The Art of Rejection: Two One Act Plays

Recommended for High Schools

Chaired

by Christian Kiley

Potential sits centre stage in a chair. Sometimes the hardest thing to do is just stand up...

 About 20 minutes

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


 13
13 Any Gender


Simple Set

Comedy Black Comedy Character Study Experimental Form Issue-Based
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Potential sits centre stage in a chair. At times Potential is forced to remain seated by family, teachers and friends. At other times Potential will do anything not to stand. It's better to stay in place, not move, not reach out. Sometimes the hardest thing to do is just stand up…

This play is part of The Art of Rejection: Two One Act Plays, a collection of 2 plays
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