The Middle School Scene Book

Recommended for Middle Schools

The Middle School Scene Book

edited by Lindsay Price

A collection of middle school scenes for duets and groups. All scenes from published Theatrefolk plays.

 111 pages

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All scenes from published plays!

A collection of comedic, character-driven, and challenging scenes for the middle school students.

Perfect for classwork or for IE Competitions.

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