Same Room, Different Story by Claire Broome is truly the ideal high school play. Available in full-length and one-act versions, it’s perfect for a class project or drama club to take on and make it their own.

You're Cosplaying My Song

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

You're Cosplaying My Song

by Jeffrey Harr

Love conquers all, even for a Queen Elf and a Jedi in Omega Six.

 About 15 minutes

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


 2
1 M | 1 W


Simple set


 9 pages

Comedy
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There's a girl for every guy, even a Queen Elf and a Jedi in Omega Six. It may seem that these two would be complete opposites, but love knows no bounds. Love conquers all, even when the Queen is revealed to have a 9 o’clock curfew and the Jedi is named Eugene.

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