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Hoodie

Recommended for Middle Schools

Hoodie

by Lindsay Price

This middle school vignette play examines self-image and appearance.

 About 35 minutes

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


 11
4 M | 7 W, Expandable to 18W 13M


Simple Set


 38 pages

Dramedy Character Study Choral Work Issue-Based Movement-based Vignettes

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“This shirt has to show everything there is to know about me, my absolute coolness, and demonstrate my abilities to reach the highest rung on the in-crowd ladder.”

Middle schoolers face a tornado of questions every day. What do I wear? What if I wear the wrong thing? What is she wearing? What do I look like? Stop looking at me!

Hoodie examines image and appearance in the vignette style and poses what may be the most difficult question of all – Do I stay in the clump or do I stand alone?

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