Distance Learning

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Distance Learning

by Christian Kiley

A play about trying to survive and thrive in a virtual classroom.

 About 25 minutes

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13 Any Gender

Virtual Performance


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Distance Learning takes us inside the student experience of trying to survive and thrive in a virtual classroom. What’s the future of virtual classrooms? Are they the new normal? Will we ever experience the old normal again? There are no rules to help overcome feeling alone. It’s time to get class started. Won’t you join us?

This ensemble play has been written specifically to be performed on an online platform.

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