Synopsis: This is a full-length play in one act about teenagers hanging out, holding up, getting down, and falling through. It is a harsh play that looks at the harsh reality of teenage life in today's schools. This is not a play for conservative programs. Click here for a sample monologue from the play.
Production History: This play was first produced at an English Language Festival in Timisora, Romania in 2002.
Production Requirements: This play can be done with twelve teenage actors playing multiple roles, or it can be done with up to eighteen teenagers. Purchase This Play
Synopsis: This is a one-act play about geeky teenage boys doing what geeky teenage boys do: Attempting to pick up teenage girls. Of course, being geeky teenage boys their tactics are... Well, geeky. Teenage Ed convinces teenage Mich that girls have a secret language. When Mitch tries to use the language, comic chaos ensues. Click here for a dialogue sample from this play.
Production History: This play was first produced at Blanchet High School in Seattle, Washington during the winter of 2001.
Production Requirements: This play can be done with two teenage boys and two teenage girls if there is doubling. If there is no doubling, it can be done with four girls and two boys. There are no significant set requirements. Purchase This Play
Synopsis: In this one-act play, a nerdy teenage boy discovers he can control the actions of his classmates. Though this is a comic piece it explores the difficult moral world of teenage fantasy. This extremely funny piece is a joy to perform, but also a wonderful play for a teacher to use as a launching point for numerous classroom discussions.
Production History: This play was first produced in 2003 at City High School in Iowa City, Iowa.
Production Requirements: This play requires four male actors and four actresses. One may easily add other students to the mix. Purchase This Play