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Sixteen in 10 Minutes or Less

Recommended for High Schools


by Bradley Hayward

A sweet teenage girl takes her dog for a walk in the park and discovers that there is something exciting around every corner.

 About 10 minutes

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

1 W

Simple Set

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A sweet teenage girl takes her dog for a walk in the park and discovers that there is something exciting around every corner.

This play is part of Sixteen in 10 Minutes or Less, a collection of 10 plays
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