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Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools
Your first car. Getting your license, Getting pulled over. The relationship between teen and car makes a great backdrop for this vignette play.
About 30 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
3 M | 5 W, Easily Expandable
"I thought it was going to be easier. You just get in and you can drive. Who knew you'd have to watch out for buses filled with old people?"
What's your driving story? When did you get your first car? Did it take more than one try to get your license? Did your dad ever shout, "Do I have to stop the car?"
What does the car mean to you?
The car is freedom. The car is a trap. The car is your dream. The car is held together by duct tape. The car is being pulled over! The car is lost in the parking garage... somewhere... B10... D27... D37... 47...
What's your driving story?
This is a vignette play! What is a Vignette Play?
Characters in this play are currently identified as male or female. Directors are welcome to assign any gender (binary or non-binary) to any character and modify pronouns accordingly.
Lindsay Price talks about the play.
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Royalty fees apply to all performances whether or not admission is charged. Any performance in front of an audience (e.g. an invited dress rehearsal) is considered a performance for royalty purposes.
A vignette play is a collection of short scenes on a theme. You'll love working with the variety and flexibility of the scenes. Your actors will love the fast pace and fun characters.
There's more. Every Theatrefolk vignette play holds the unexpected. A showcase monologue. A dramatic moment. A change in form. A left turn.
Ideal for classwork, competitions, and more!
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