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Classroom Scenes and Monologues
Classroom Scenes and Monologues
Compiled and edited by Kent R. Brown. Written by David Alex, Ric Averill, Sandra Fenichel Asher, Max Bush, Marcia Cebulska, Joanna Leigh Congalton, Doug Cooney, Ellen Fairey, Nancy Gall-Clayton, Claudia Haas, Elizabeth Hemmerdinger, Kerri Kochanski, Christa Kreimendahl, Robin Rice Lichtig, Kevin M. Lottes, Edward Mast, Lucinda McDermott, Rosemary McLaughlin, Cynthia Mercati, Jett Parsley, Mark Plaiss, Kay Rhoads, Julia Rosenfeld, Tammy Ryan, Kristina M. Schramm, Mike Thomas, Rachel Feldbin Urist and Elizabeth Wong

 Classroom Scenes and Monologues features more than 80 challenging roles for middle-school and high-school actors. Funny and serious, diverse in theme and style, this anthology will motivate actors to create provocative and intriguing characterizations. Designed as a companion to Scenes and Monologues for Young Actors, the material reflects the authors' intimate appreciation for the ever-changing and sometimes chaotic world inhabited by young minds. Representative titles: Shakespeare in Hollywood, The Gretchen Worm, Pirate Girl, Grilled Cheese, The Makeover, Harley's Art Farce, Forgiving the Devil, Desert Dreams, The Pier Group, Brain Freeze, Ripper Girl and Phebe, Friendship and a Fat Suit. Classroom Scenes and Monologues is equally useful as a resource for acting auditions and duet competitions.

Play details
Status:  In Stock
Type of show:  Anthology
Catalog Code:  CC2
Royalty:  $0.00 /perf.*
Cost:  $24.95
Categories
Target Audience: Middle School | High School
Performing Group: Middle Schools | High Schools
Genre: Comedy | Drama
ISBN (10): 1583422811
Publication Date: 07/21/2005
Biographies
Sandra Fenichel Asher's plays have been produced nationally and abroad. Across the Plains, commissioned by The Coterie, Kansas City, Mo., was selected for the Kennedy Center's New Visions/New Voices Symposium. In the Garden of the Selfish Giant won the Indiana Repertory Theatre/Bonderman National Playwriting Symposium Award, the New England Theatre Conference Aurand Harris Playwriting Award and the American Alliance for ...More
Ric Averill is the artistic director of performing arts at the Lawrence Arts Center in Lawrence, Kan. He is a director, playwright, conductor, composer, actor and educator. Averill has been commissioned by The Coterie Theatre in Kansas City, Mo., the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., First Stage in Milwaukee and San Diego State University's Theatre of the World Festival to ...More
Kent R. Brown is a director, editor and playwright whose works have been produced throughout Canada, Belgium, The Netherlands, Australia and the United States. American venues include People's Light & Theatre Company, Walnut Street Theatre, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Orlando Repertory, BoarsHead Theater, West Coast Ensemble, Boston Theatre Works, Moving Arts, The Side Project and Pulse Ensemble. Titles include Two Beers ...More
Max Bush is a freelance playwright and director whose plays are widely produced on professional, educational and amateur stages across the country. He's won many awards for his work including the Distinguished Play Award from AATE, the IUPUI National Playwriting Competition and Individual Artist Grants from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. He's been commissioned by Grand Valley ...More
Doug Cooney is a playwright, screenwriter and novelist. His play The Final Tour was workshopped at Sundance Theater Labs with Moises Kaufman directing John Neville and Mary Lou Rosato. He collaborated with composer David O on an original youth musical, The Legend of Alex, produced by the Mark Taper Forum P.L.A.Y., and the musical adaptation of George Saunders' The Very ...More
Nancy Gall-Clayton has been a visiting artist at Ohio State University, a Tennessee Williams Scholar at Sewanee Writers' Conference and won the Streisand Festival of New Jewish Plays and the Eileen Heckart Senior Drama Competition. She was the featured playwright at Beyond the Borscht Belt: A Jewish Theatre Festival. She was a finalist for Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre ScriptFEST, Southeastern ...More
Claudia Haas has been writing plays, primarily for teens, for more than 20 years. She has been honored with first place in the Anna Zornio Children's Theatre Playwriting Award competition and first place in the Aurand Harris Memorial Playwriting Award competition. She was also a finalist in the 2007 Bonderman Symposium at the Indiana Repertory Theatre and received two first-place ...More
Edward Mast, a fan of J.R.R. Tolkien's work since he was 12, grew up in California and lives in Seattle. His plays for adults and young audiences have been performed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Louisville, Honolulu and many other cities here and abroad. Other adaptations besides The Hobbit include Jungalbook, Ramayana, A Wrinkle in Time and The ...More
Cynthia Mercati likes to write for family audiences and young people. She loves their zest and involvement in the play they're watching. She has written many children's shows that tour the Midwest including Hey, Aesop! and Bigger Than Life! Her plays for Dramatic Publishing include To See the Stars and Faces of Freedom, both of which deal with the struggles ...More
Tammy Ryan's plays have been produced across the country and internationally. She won the Francesca Primus Prize awarded by the American Theatre Critics Association in 2012 for her play Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods. Her plays have been developed at the New Harmony Project, Premiere Stages, Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, Philadelphia Theater Company, City Theatre, Bricolage Production Company ...More
Elizabeth Wong, playwright, is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She directed her latest play Dating and Mating in Modern Times at Theatre Emory in Atlanta, Ga and at the 2003 Brave New Works Festival. The Happy Prince, her opera for young audiences with Grammy-winning composer Michael Silversher, was commissioned by the Kennedy Center ...More
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