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By: Chris Stiles
(Duration: 35 minutes; Speaking Cast: 2 females, 1 male, 13 either, 16 total cast; 
     Flexibility: doubling possible, gender flexible)
Dave, Dana and Adele are three teens with different attitudes towards technology. Dave hates cell phones. Dana loves a non-existent online boyfriend. And Adele has realized that the most expensive technology won't necessarily buy you friends. But the three have one thing in common; they are all being harassed by the same group of bullies, cyberbullies who harass...  read more
By: John C. Havens
(Duration: 10 minutes; Speaking Cast: 1 female, 1 male, 2 total cast)
Bob Shallow and Barb Banal host America's popular reality show, Extreme Fakeover, where "ugly" viewers explain how they've altered their grotesque appearances to fit in with the established norm of American popular society. Things go awry, however, when a phone-in caller asks Barb and Bob to take a taste of their own medicine. Offers an opportunity to...  read more
By: Todd Ford
(Duration: 30 minutes; Speaking Cast: 5 females, 7 males, 5 either, 17 total cast; 
     Flexibility: doubling possible, gender flexible)
On a dark night Charlie makes a defining decision to get behind the wheel of a car after drinking and using drugs. In this play we examine the circumstances leading up to this decision as well as the effects afterward. In a chilling conclusion we realize that there are some decisions that it is impossible to change
By: Angela Hill
(Duration: 30 minutes; Speaking Cast: 6 females, 5 males, 1 either, 12 total cast; 
     Flexibility: 6-11 extras, gender flexible)
Ten teenagers find themselves trapped and fighting their own demons. Cindy is hiding a tragic secret, Milton is fighting OCD, and Cyrus is fighting addiction. Alice and Lilah are battling bulimia and cancer, Tabitha has an abusive boyfriend, and Arnold is dealing with abuse from bullies. Will is struggling with his parent's divorce, and Jezz is struggling with...  read more
By: Dennis Bush
(Duration: 30 minutes; Speaking Cast: 4 females, 2 males, 6 total cast; 
     Flexibility: gender flexible)
An emotional exploration of what lies behind the facades we show the world, Find Me weaves together the revelations of six characters struggling with life-changing events. A victim of abuse learns a lesson that puts the power in her hands, a young woman confronts her overwhelming fears, a mother knows the truth and isn't going to be silent anymore, a...  read more
By: Kelly Meadows
(Duration: 10 minutes; Speaking Cast: 2 females, 2 males, 4 total cast)
An immigrant high school girl is forced to take action when she realizes that her mother's worst enemy is her own father! Sarah is caught between the kids at school who make fun of her family's culture, and her father at home, who refuses to let her take on American ways. Things heat up when her mother tries to introduce Sarah to America's freedoms.
By: Jerry Rabushka
(Duration: 25 minutes; Speaking Cast: 3 females, 3 males, 6 total cast)
Michelle won't admit she's a victim of teen dating violence. How could she—and lose Ryan, the star player on the football team? He loves her; he's just got a funny way of showing it. It's attention, at any rate, and from a really cool guy. Ryan's got to play "alpha male"—impress the guys and keep the girls in line. Nothing wrong with it–all the guys do it, he...  read more
By: Jane Jeffries, Jim Jeffries
(Duration: 35 minutes; Speaking Cast: 7 females, 3 males, 10 total cast; 
     Flexibility: 4-15 extras)
Samira, an outspoken and articulate Muslim girl, gets on the wrong side of a group of students by challenging them on their assumptions about Islam. Offended, they nominate her for homecoming court as a way to embarrass her and then follow with a nasty text campaign. Two of her Christian friends must decide whether to just be bystanders, and a new Muslim...  read more
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