With Liberty and Justice For All

Recommended for High Schools

With Liberty and Justice For All

by Jeyna Lynn Gonzales

Voices from a BLM protest.

 About 30 minutes

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


 8
1 M | 3 W | 3 Any Gender | 1 Trans M


Simple set


 20 pages

Drama Character Study Issue-Based Monologues
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It’s June 2020. Set on a street in downtown Atlanta, With Liberty and Justice for All follows eight people as they attend a BLM protest. They come together as a community, share their voices, and share their stories. But as day turns to night, as the curfew comes and goes, it’s every person for themselves. There’s only one thing on their mind: run.

A timely and poignant play with incredibly strong performance potential from a variety of actors.

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