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Ten Minute Play Series: All Girls

Recommended for High Schools

See the Light

by Lindsay Price

The truth hurts. Especially when you're afraid to tell it and not expecting to hear it.

 About 10 minutes

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


 2
2 W


Simple Set

Drama
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The truth hurts. Especially when you're afraid to tell it and not expecting to hear it.

This play is part of Ten Minute Play Series: All Girls, a collection of 6 plays
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