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Look Me in the Eye

Production Tips for
Look Me in the Eye

by Lindsay Price

Teenagers in the future are obedient, polite, and respectful. This is due in large part to the government-required "Observation Sessions." But there is a dark underside to this utopian vision.

After learning her brother is scheduled to be "observed," one of the most obedient students starts to question the system. She must decide whether to remain obedient or speak out and face the consequences.

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Tips from the Author

The use of colour is key to communicating the themes of this play. Officers Flint and Ash have decidedly grey names. If the other characters in the play were named after colours, what colours would they be?

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