who are we, who we are

Recommended for High Schools

who are we, who we are

by Forrest Musselman

Addresses anxiety and depression in teens.

 About 30 minutes

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


 17
3 M | 14 W


Simple set

Drama

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who are we, who we are addresses anxiety and depression in teens. Clay is having issues because of his mother’s failing health. At the beginning of the play he finds himself inside his own brain, where he meets other teens from his school who are also suffering. Clay learns to listen and ask for help as the first step on his road to recovery.

An excellent ensemble piece with a variety of movement and staging opportunities.

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