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Tuna Fish Eulogy

Tuna Fish Eulogy

by Lindsay Price

This is a play for advanced actors in which the tragedy of a young boy's death is examined. As the story unfolds, the mysteries start to pile up: Was it suicide? Could it have been prevented? Who is responsible? His mother? The babysitter?

Written in the unique Ladder Play format, the text runs in vertical columns to allow for fuller choral work. If you are looking for a challenge for your students, this is the play for you.

Drama Character Study Choral Work Experimental Form

Average Producer Rating:

About 40 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
4 Characters
1 M | 2 F | 1 Any Gender, Easily Expandable
Simple Set
40 pages
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Praise for Tuna Fish Eulogy

Tyler Shores
North Stafford High School
Great challenge for high school and one acts.
Bailey WilliamsBailey Baas-Williams
Western UniversityWestern University
We had a great experience with this play! We spent a lot of time working with the vocal choreography and it does not require tons of blocking to get the message across. This production forces you to convert emotion, events and feelings through your voice and voice only.

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