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darklight

Recommended for High Schools

darklight

by Lindsay Price

An examination of depression and anxiety in teens.

 About 35 minutes

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


 16
2 M | 4 W | 10 Any Gender, Plus THOUGHTS (10 to 20 actors)


Simple set


 38 pages

Drama Experimental Form Issue-Based Movement-based Vignettes

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darklight examines depression and anxiety in teens. Characters fight their inner thoughts, search for their truths, and have surreal conversations with death. Some fail, some find hope.

This is a relevant and necessary issue to explore.

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