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by Lindsay Price
A middle school vignette play about the boxes we find ourselves in.
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This middle school vignette play examines self-image and appearance.
by Kirk Shimano
Hester90 is publicly shamed and shunned for a racial slur against another student.
by Bradley Hayward
The lives of seven teenagers become intertwined in this humorous and oftentimes bittersweet collection of ten minute plays. Multiple lengths available.
by Allison Green
Anonymous is a story of every teenager: trying to fit in, trying to belong, trying to fall in love. It's hard to be an individual when you're trying to survive.
This vignette style play can be easily performed using an online platform and has a variety of scenes to address all student skill levels.
Kids are constantly being told to hold still. But that’s impossible when all they want to do is move forward at warp speed.
In the future teenagers are obedient and polite. But this behaviour comes at a price. A thought-provoking harrowing tale.
by Alan Haehnel
Stress is driving a teen quartet crazy - so much so they can't stop talking about it. This play is a symphony of sound and character.
by Bradley Walton
Ten interconnected vignettes with LGBTQ+ themes.
An examination of depression and anxiety in teens.
We all wear a mask. What will happen when the world sees who you really are?
In this one-act middle school vignette play, characters come face-to-face with the fact that there are other people in their boat. Some are different. Some only seem different.
by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt
For many wars, letters home were the only form of communication between soldiers and their loved ones. This play brings those letters to life.
Madeline has body issues. So much so that her different body parts are coming to life and talking back. But Madeline is tired of feeling bad about her body.
Why aren't middle school students full of smiles, hugs and hi-fives? They’re too young to have problems.
Jake finds a suicide note in his mailbox. Is it real? Is it a joke? Jake is determined to find out but instead learns a secret he didn't want to know.
by Christian Kiley
A touching ensemble piece where sacrifice is as simple as a pair of wings.
by Krista Boehnert
This monologue-based play explores what happens when rumours and secrets spin out of control. What makes a secret more powerful: when it's true or a lie?
by Christopher Evans
The question everyone’s asking is “Am I walking out alive today?”
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