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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


 15
1 M | 5 W | 8 M or W | 1 Trans M


Simple set

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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.

This is a vignette play! What is a Vignette Play?


Characters

 15
1 Man, 5 Women, 8 Man or Woman, 1 Trans Man

Confession


JERI / JERRY [A]
1 line
A gay college freshman whose father is deceased.

An Awkward Conversation with Mom


CALLIE [W]
46 lines
A non-binary teenager (assigned female at birth) coming out to their mom, dating Zack.
MOM [W]
46 lines
Callie’s mother.

Proof


BRIAN / BRITTANY [A]
1 line
A closeted and scared gay teen, friends with Zack.

You Like Boys, Too


RITA [W]
32 lines
Julie’s mom, 40s, really wants her daughter to date a boy.
JULIE [W]
32 lines
Rita’s bisexual teenage daughter, dating Tiffany.

Conference Day


PETER / PATTY [A]
34 lines
A gay student accidentally outed to their mom by a teacher. Dating Austin / Ashley (both must be same birth sex).
MR / MRS WAKEFIELD [A]
33 lines
The teacher who outed Peter / Patty.

Brave


SHELLEY / SEAN [A]
33 lines
A teen nervous about holding hands in public.
DANA / DARRELL [A]
33 lines
Shelley / Sean’s slightly bolder significant other. Must be same birth sex.

The Door


ERIC [M]
1 line
Callie’s questioning older brother, a high school senior.
ZACK [M]
1 line
(Trans Male) Dating Callie, and a close friend of Brian / Brittany.

Not Interested


TIFFANY [W]
1 line
Julie’s girlfriend, has recently realized that she is asexual.

New Teacher Orientation


AUSTIN / ASHLEY [A]
24 lines
President of the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance, dating Peter / Patty (both must be same birth sex).
MR / MRS SHAW [A]
24 lines
A new teacher thinking about becoming GSA advisor.


Prop List

You Like Boys, Too

Magazine, book bag


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 About 35 minutes

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


 15
1 M | 5 W | 8 M or W | 1 Trans M


Simple set

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