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The Wrong Kind of Nightmare by Pamela Love (10-12 min. Cut as needed. M or F) Dramatic$7.00
After witnessing the death of a baby, the speaker has spent a year mentally reliving the accident. But whose fault was it? Just out of mind’s reach lies a vital clue. In this dramatic monologue, filled with anger, grief, and finally shock, mysterious dreams hold the key to what really happened.
The Zombies from Webster Street by Kevin Paris (10-12 min Cut as needed) M or F, Dramatic$7.00
A young fan of a popular television series compares the trials and tribulations of the show’s characters to circumstances in their actual life. Living in a seemingly once perfect neighborhood, the young fan finds that they must combat “Zombies” of their own. The line between reality and fantasy begin to fade as the world they once knew begins to crumble. Can you survive the end of the world? It’s a question that arises and that they ultimately find answered.
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.
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.