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- Type of Show One-act Play
- Product Code U24000
- Cast Size 9
- Min. Royalty Rate $50/perf
- Cost $9.95
- Approx. Run Time 45 min
- Target Audience Young Audiences | Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (all ages)
- Performing Group Middle School | High School | TYA | Touring Group | Dinner Theatre
- Genre Comedy | Drama | Farce | Melodrama | Satire
- ISBN(13) 9780871298287
- "This was a great one act about bullying and how a lot of it just comes from not knowing things about each other and how similar high school students can be. "
- Review by Jason Lehman, Jackson High School, Jackson, Ga.
- "Appropriate for teenage actors and audience. Also, many adults expressed appreciation for the message about treating other people as "uncool" or outcasts."
- Review by P. Polasky, Fosston High School, Fosston, MN
- "At Wilson, "Uncool" was well received as a fun way to make a strong statement about how students thoughtlessly treat each other day-to-day. For the actors, there were a variety of age-appropriate characters to create. For the actors and audience, Vin Morreale's understanding of adolescence, the use of contemporary language, and his use of humor made this a very popular play!"
- Review by Marianne Krahulec, Wilson Middle School, Carlisle, PA
- "Uncool was a great play with a wonderful message regarding the power of words. Students learned that you can't judge people based on looks alone -- that they may have more to offer than meets the eye."
- Review by Cynthia Winters, Lamar Middle School, Austin, TX
- "This show fit in perfectly with our anti-bullying curriculum! It's a nice ensemble piece!"
- Review by Nate Campbell, Badger Ridge Middle School, Verona, Wis.
- "Uncool is a great play for middle school. Bullying is an issue in middle school and this play puts harsh words and put-downs into perspective in a "cool" way. The students have really enjoyed Uncool."
- Review by Kathy Stewart, Woodville, I.S.D., Woodville, Texas
Hints, Tips, and Tricks
- "We used the song in the show, but the actor sang it a capella. It was quite moving and very effective."
- Tip by Randy Burse, Gallatin High School, Gallatin, Tenn.