Scenes from a Quarantine

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Scenes from a Quarantine

by Lindsay Price

This vignette style play can be easily performed using an online platform and has a variety of scenes to address all student skill levels.

 About 25 minutes

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


 21
21 Any Gender, Minimum of 4


Online Performance

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Did you know COVID-19 likes to be known as Co? And what if Romeo and Juliet missed their marriage by one day because of a stay-at-home order? Would they still make it?

You know all the people in Scenes From a Quarantine. The person who thinks quarantine is going to be easy. The person whose life changed overnight. The person who thinks hairdressers are an essential service. The person who just wants to use class meetings to talk.

This vignette style play can be easily performed using an online platform and has a variety of scenes to address all student skill levels.


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