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Somewhere, Nowhere

Recommended for High Schools

The Egg Carton and Shaving Cream Solution

by Lindsay Price

Pete is terrified of leaving his small town behind. That's why he's standing on the roof of the school covered in egg cartons.

 About 25 minutes

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


 15
4 M | 11 W


Simple Set

Comedy
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Pete is ready to leave his small town life behind. He's also terrified. So he's doing what any terrified person would do to prompt change - standing on the roof of the school covered in egg cartons. Here comes change, ready or not.

This play is part of Somewhere, Nowhere, a collection of 4 plays
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