An argument is a lie you choose to believe and defend. Water. Gun. Argument. is a thought provoking and powerful piece in a docu-theatre style. Let the thoughts & discussions for audiences and performers begin! An argument is a lie you choose to believe and defend. Water. Gun. Argument. is a thought provoking and powerful piece in a docu-theatre style. Let the thoughts & discussions for audiences and performers begin!
Recommended for High Schools
An emotional tug of war between a sister and brother and what really happens in the world of teenage marijuana use. A vivid personification of drugs.
About 40 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
3M | 5W | 7 Any Gender
Average Producer Rating:
Flick, Flick, Ahhhhhh…
Jamie Peel is a pothead. He lives in his own world, a bubble, a cloud that calls his name and reaches out to him.
His sister TJ has watched him slowly drift away and doesn't know what to do. Is she overreacting? Is it in her imagination? Should she tell somebody what she sees? Will Jamie ever talk to her again if she does? Will everyone see her as a snitch? Is it just pot?
An emotional tightrope between a sister and a brother and what really happens in the world of teenage marijuana use.
Characters in this play are currently identified as male or female. Directors are welcome to assign any gender (binary or non-binary) to any character and modify pronouns accordingly.
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