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Commence

Recommended for High Schools

Commence

by Christian Kiley

A group of students want to regain normalcy and recoup what they’ve lost as seniors: prom, school play, graduation. But nothing is normal.

 About 15 minutes

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


 11
1 M | 1 W | 9 Any Gender


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A group of students have an online meeting with their principal while they’re all under quarantine. They want to regain normalcy and recoup what they’ve lost as seniors: prom, school play, graduation. But nothing is normal. Everyone is losing things. It’s a scary and uncertain time, like a fire has destroyed memories that haven’t happened yet.

This play is intended to be performed in a video conference call or meeting. It is specifically geared toward actors who are not in the same physical space.


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