Virtual Platform by Claire Broome - Theatrefolk

Virtual Platform

Recommended for High Schools

Virtual Platform

by Claire Broome

How can anyone make sense of a virtual platform?

 About 25 minutes

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


 8
8 Any Gender


Simple set

Drama

Online learning is a world of its own that doesn’t come with a map. Will Student be able to navigate this world of rotating classes, overwhelming assignments and classmates with initials?

How can anyone make sense of a virtual platform?

8 Characters
8 Any Gender
STUDENT [A] 135 lines
Has no idea what is going on.
A.D. [A] 32 lines
Only speaks in announcements.
I.L. [A] 27 lines
Always on her phone.
S.D. [A] 79 lines
Loves online learning because of being safe at home.
A.S. [A] 21 lines
Half listening.
E.M. [A] 50 lines
Seems like a friend, but really isn’t.
S.N. [A] 48 lines
Has lots of energy.
Z.H. [A] 36 lines
Always trying to avoid answering questions.

Prop List

Paper and pencils for each actor. Student needs a piece of paper with a picture of a stick figure drawn on it.

Multimedia

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