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by Lindsay Price

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?

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

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This is a vignette play! What is a Vignette Play?
About 35 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
11 Characters
4 M | 7 F, Expandable to 18F 13M
Simple Set
38 pages
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Praise for Hoodie

Scott Walker
Milwaukie High School
The kids as well as the audience and family members all found something within Hoodie to which they could relate.
Angela Stoltzfus
Goshen Junior High School
This play is relevant and meaningful, especially to middle level students. The modernized Greek chorus keeps ensemble engaged and gives them moments in the spotlight. Parent and community feedback was overwhelming positive about the important themes within this show. The simple set makes it a great competition piece to consider.
Elizabeth Cordes
Tupper Lake Middle/High School
My students and I enjoyed exploring the real-life situations presented in this play, sometimes humorous, sometimes more serious or sad, but definitely on point. The casting was very flexible and allowed for larger roles as well as group work with a few, or no, solo lines. This was perfect for my group which featured actors in grades 6-8, some trying theater for the first time. Sets and costumes were easy - changing between scenes or characters was mainly achieved through lighting, props and/or adding a costume piece or hat.

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