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  1. Buckshot

    Buckshot

    By Courtney Meaker.

    Product Code: BM4000

    • Comedy | Drama
    • College and Adult
    • 4m. (1 non-cisgender), 3w.
    • 90 min.
    Alana and Mel are officially moving in together. While packing, Alana receives a phone call from her brother. Unearthing a pact made by two scared children and facing memories of brutally attacking an old friend, Alana tries to figure out if she’s capable of following through on the pact while her friends try to bring her back from the brink. Buckshot explores the lengths to which we go in order to protect our siblings and ourselves, the realities of abuse and the common ups and downs of being in relationships. Learn More
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    Making Sweet Tea and Other Secrets

    By Paul Elliott.

    Product Code: MR4000

    • Drama
    • High School | College and Adult
    • 2m., 3w., 1 either gender.
    • 90 min.
    Dottie and Ruth have always kept their lives in order, living each day in rural isolation and contentment. All of that changes when the sheriff drops off a battered teenage girl and asks them to keep her safe. Neither is prepared for the role of savior, and they are even less inclined when they find out the girl is really a boy and the person who almost killed her is her father. This play refers to all the hidden bigotry, prejudice and even brutality a town will turn a blind eye to, until forced to bring those secrets to light and fight back. Learn More
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