Teen Plays for Inclusive Classrooms

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

Teen Plays for Inclusive Classrooms

by Dara Murphy

Two royalty-free plays for your inclusive classroom

Simple set

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Looking for plays to fit your inclusive classroom? This excellent resource (two plays plus staging suggestions) is just for you.

Students of all abilities can be fantastic actors. When given the opportunity, they will wow audiences with their authenticity and energy. Everyone deserves a chance to be in the spotlight!

Contains two royalty-free plays:

Starmaker School 4M 6W + 3 Any Gender, easily expandable
The "dance crew" and the "music crew" in a school for the performing arts are bitter rivals.

The Forest Creatures 2M 1W + 14 Any Gender
The forest creatures toy with a group of campers in a dark, twisted forest.

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