Malled: Two One Act Plays for Young Women

Recommended for High Schools

Yes, Virginia, There is a Virginia

by Colleen Neuman

An ordinary shopper survey takes absurd twists and turns for Virginia as she struggles to answer the surprisingly cosmic question: Is Ann Landers real?

 About 25 minutes

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


 15
15 W


Simple Set

Comedy Black Comedy Student Directors
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An ordinary shopper survey takes absurd twists and turns for Virginia as she struggles to answer the surprisingly cosmic question: Is Ann Landers real?

This play is part of Malled: Two One Act Plays for Young Women, a collection of 2 plays
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