Friend Request by Bradley Hayward - Theatrefolk

Sixteen in 10 Minutes or Less

Recommended for High Schools

Friend Request

by Bradley Hayward

Thanks to a series of ill-fated friend requests, a doctored photo of a student spreads like wildfire among a group of teenagers.

 About 10 minutes

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


 7
3 M | 4 W


Simple Set

Character Study

Thanks to a series of ill-fated friend requests, a doctored photo of a student spreads like wildfire among a group of teenagers.

This play is part of Sixteen in 10 Minutes or Less, a collection of 10 plays
7 Characters
3 M, 4 W

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.

James [M] 24 lines
Hyper & jumpy
Piper [W] 22 lines
Outgoing & popular
Cindy [W] 33 lines
Sarcastic & spontaneous
Samantha [W] 29 lines
Exuberant & talkative
Laura [W] 15 lines
Artistic & lonely
Brody [M] 17 lines
Quiet & introspective
Vance [M] 25 lines
Shy & thoughtful

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