Red Tee

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Red Tee

by Lindsay Price

It’s time for role call. Who are you?

 About 35 minutes

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


 15
1 M | 5 W | 6 Any Gender | 1 M or W | 1 Trans M | 1 Non-Binary, Expandable to 29


Simple set


 35 pages

Dramedy Vignettes
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Gender, family patterns, traditions, labels… It’s time for role call. Who are you?

If you’ve been wearing red for generations, what happens when it doesn’t feel right? And what happens when everyone says you’re the one who’s wrong?

This vignette play examines questions of identity and what happens when someone doesn’t fit in the way everyone expects them to. Are you ready to have these conversations?

Flexible gender casting, flexible cast size, easy to stage.

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