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Things Changed by Linda Oatman(10-12 min. Cut as Needed. M) High-Poem$7.00
Things Changed is a poetic recitation of the lynchings which occurred in the 1950s. Recalling the events that led up to a tragedy that repeated itself much too often throughout America’s history, the poem reflects upon the changes brought to the Civil Rights movement in the past half of a century.
Trips to Wal-mart by Debbie Cavanaugh (10-12 min. Cut as needed, F) Dramatic$7.00
This dramatic yet humorous monologue is the story of a girl who must face her family duty of helping her Grandmother.
Virtually Together, by Matt Mills (12-14 min., Cut as needed, M and F) Duet$12.00
How far can love travel? Is there a limit? Childhood sweethearts Emma and Charlie struggle to keep their relationship thriving after Emma moves across the world for a prestigious Danish art program. The only way they can be together is within virtual reality games, fighting robot-lizard-assassins on Planet Xenotron, racing speedboats in Explosions Bay, or sharing romantic dinners on the moon. But the ultimate, final boss that they must defeat is the growing distance between them.
Voicemail by Zoe Price (10-12 min. Cut as Needed, F), Dramatic$7.00
This monologue explores sisterhood and the complicated nature of grief as told through Claire, a young girl in denial over her sister’s death. Told through the form of a voicemail, the story begins with Claire calling her sister, believed to be away at college, until it is ultimately revealed that she died shortly before leaving. The character, still in denial, slowly begins to accept her sister’s death and let go.
Waffle Mountain by Kristofer Kauff (7 min. M or F) Comedy$12.00
Mandy is ready to spend a lovely day skiing with her friend Keith, when she finds out that taking him up on her favorite get away mountain may have been a bad idea.
We Are The Ashes/Once Upon A Time by Linda Oatman High (12-15 min. Cut as needed. 6 Characters, M or F )$14.00
Voices from Auschwitz tell a haunting story of the Holocaust, with a modern-day ending illuminating the subject with hope and honor for the victims. WE ARE THE ASHES/ONCE UPON A TIME mixes the horror of the Holocaust with a whimsical fairy tale voice telling the tale of a family that lived on the property of the death camps.
Welcome to the Burger Den by Tim Mogford (10-12 min;.cut as needed. M or F with name change)$12.00
STEVEN’s working at a fast-food restaurant. He’s new and a little nervous, but very enthusiastic. When JACKIE comes in, he’s excited by the chance to work with a real customer, and does not notice the mask, dark sunglasses and suspicious-looking object hidden under a cloth. It doesn’t take him long to realize, however, that she’s not here for the burgers.
What Happened To You, Mr. Clarkston by Patrick Bates (10-12 min, M or F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Who is actually serving the after school detention: Mr. Clarkston, the teacher or Jeremy, the class clown?
Wild Things by Dee Cliburn (7-10 min, F) Dramatic$7.00
Angel, short for Angelina Margaret, is a teenager whose life has moved too fast, with a fisherman father who is gone, now — took her little brother with him. “You can’t have ’em both, was what he yelled when he took Joey and left.” What’s the use of a girl?
Yellow Birch by Stephanie Christensen (12-15 min) Duo Interpretation$12.00
Ellie is a stressed single mom and oncologist living in the year 2098. It is a year of environmental turmoil, with unbelievable toxicity in the air and staggering repercussions from decades of pollution. When her partner finds a prospective cure for leukemia, she is overjoyed, thinking it will save her daughter Lily. But upon learning that the cure would require chopping down thousands of birch trees, she must make a decision between the future of her family and the future of the country.
You Can’t Judge a Man by His Speedo by D’Arcy Robb (10-12 min, 1M, 1F, Cut as needed)$12.00
Boy meets girl on the beach. Girl can’t stand boy – but he won’t go away! How do you stop a goofball who’s convinced he’s met his goddess? Or is there any chance he might be the right guy after all?