Characters laugh, cry, fume, love, hate, plead and question life and death, good and bad in this collection of plays woven with humor and heart. Prom Royalty: What begins as a wonderful parade ride for high-school royalty dissolves into a hilarious disaster. Ghost Trackers: Four high-school students visit a haunted house in the hopes of catching paranormal activity for a school project. Subtext: Boy and Girl are on a first date. Their inner thoughts (Sub and Text) follow them around saying what Boy and Girl are really thinking. The Elevator: A girl tries to overcome her fear of elevators by riding one for the first time in public. Time Warp: A present-day teenage boy and a fairy tale princess discover that their lives have magically intersected. Barbie Girl: A girl surrounds herself with Barbie dolls in her attempt to hide a painful secret. Danny: Three sisters visit their brother, Danny's, gravesite on the one-year anniversary of his death. I'll Be Seeing You: Two friends are reunited briefly a week after one of them committed suicide. Late: Alison meets with her longtime girlfriend, Ryan, at a park and eventually shares the fact that she might be pregnant. Principal: Two parents have been summoned to bring their kids to the principal's office without knowing why.
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- Type of Show Collection
- Product Code TT3000
- Cast Size 7
- Pages 120
- Min. Royalty Rate $90/perf
- Cost $10.95
- Approx. Run Time 120 min
- Target Audience Middle School | High School | College and Adult
- Performing Group Middle School | High School
- Genre Comedy | Drama
- ISBN(13) 9781583428535
- "[ Ghost Trackers] was easy to stage, gave all the actors fun parts to work with. Great for a small group. "
- Review by Elisa Griffin, Westlake High School, Newbury Park, Calif.
- "Jennifer Kirkeby's ability to write for youth is crystal clear. She has a pitch-perfect sense for authentic dialogue and subject matter."
- Review by Adam Hegg, Stages Theatre Company
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