The Virtual Support Group from Hell

The Virtual Support Group from Hell

by Jeffrey Harr

Wendy joins an online teen support group. However, she quickly discovers that the others are anything but typical.

Who is Vladimir and why does he speak with a Transylvanian accent? Why does Lucy only speak one word (braiiinnnnssss)? And why does Janet think she's Batman?

Comedy Black Comedy

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Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

About 15 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
8 Characters
3 M | 5 W
Virtual Performance
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Praise for The Virtual Support Group from Hell

Shonna Burkard
Wm. E. Hay Stettler Secondary School
It was also a lot of fun for the kids and a perfect script for a first time student director. The characters were quirky and the script was well written with the Covid component intertwined. It provided opportunities to have fun with specialty stage make-up and to be creative with costumes that can only be seen from the shoulders up. There are also opportunities to build set backdrops for each of the characters in the Google Meet call. This was a fun and unique theatre experience.
Kathryn Berlin
Dalby Players Little Theatre
From the very first read through of this play the kids loved it. We could be heard laughing at the lines right up until the last rehearsal.

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