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Somewhere, Nowhere

Recommended for High Schools

The Tower of Tyler

by Lindsay Price

Tyler is a star. But his sister is getting tired of keeping his secrets.

 About 25 minutes

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


 18
3 M | 8 W | 7 Any Gender


Simple Set

Comedy
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Tyler is a star. Everything he touches turns to gold, from Hail Mary passes to winning national essay contests. But Tyler's sister is getting tired of keeping his secrets. Maybe he doesn't have the golden touch after all.

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