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Somewhere, Nowhere

Recommended for High Schools

Underneath

by Lindsay Price

Brittany wants to scream. Echo wants to shout. And Josie wants O-U-T, out.

 About 25 minutes

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


 5
5 W


Simple Set

Comedy
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It's hard to keep emotions clamped down, even in winter. The snow is piling up as secrets rise to the surface.

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