Completely, Absolutely Normal: Vignettes About LGBTQ+ Teens

Recommended for High Schools

Completely, Absolutely Normal: Vignettes About LGBTQ+ Teens

by Bradley Walton

Ten interconnected vignettes with LGBTQ+ themes.

 About 35 minutes

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

1 M | 5 W | 8 M or W | 1 Trans M

Simple set

Dramedy Character Study Issue-Based Vignettes
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A girl's big moment of coming out takes an unexpected turn. High school sweethearts holding hands in public for the first time are greeted by hatred. A transgender teen struggles with an unaccepting best friend.

Ten interconnected vignettes with LGBTQ+ themes are unified by the emotion and humanity found in anyone who is completely, absolutely normal.

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