Shreds and Patches is an imagining of Shakespeare's Hamlet like no other! An excellent easy-to-stage competition piece that fuses Shakespearean speech with modern dialogue - a super fun way to bring Shakespeare into the classroom!

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The Revolting Cheerleaders

The Revolting Cheerleaders

by John Donald O'Shea

In a world where high school football players talk like lawyers (sometimes…) and cheerleaders raise their fists in revolt, you never know what's going to happen next!

For years the cheerleaders have served a pre-game snack to the players without complaint. But some of the girls have had enough of it. Will they get thrown off the squad? What will happen if the linebacker doesn't get his Twinkies? And how does a guy shower while wearing a football helmet? All these questions and more are answered in The Revolting Cheerleaders

Comedy

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

About 40 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
12 Characters
6 M | 6 W
Simple Set
39 pages

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