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The Waking Moment

Recommended for High Schools

The Waking Moment

by Bradley Hayward

Julie would do anything to be just like her best friend Rhonda. But she soon finds out Rhonda's perfect world is a nightmare. Deals with sexual abuse.

 About 35 minutes

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


 7
3 M | 4 W


Simple Set


 27 pages

Drama Character Study Issue-Based
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Julie would do anything to be just like her best friend Rhonda. She gets her wish when she wakes up one morning in Rhonda's bed - but nobody seems to notice. Julie quickly realizes that Rhonda's perfect world is actually a nightmare.

Deals with sexual abuse.

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