New Voices: Winning One-Acts by Young Playwrights by Celeste Barnaby, Will Boersma, Marisa Kanai, Rebecca Moretti, Spencer Robelen, Danny Rothschild, Hannah Estelle Sears and Owen Stone

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About The Play

Anthology of 9 short plays. 10-45 minutes each. 20-45 females, 15-40 males (35-85 performers possible). Suitable for high school and older. Plays include Platform Nine and Seesaw by Rebecca Moretti; For (Sandwich) Lovers Only by Owen Stone; Hero's Journey by Celeste Barnaby; The Boys, The Bed, and The Balsa by Will Boersma; The Wheels Go Round and Round by Spencer Robelen; The Totally Life Changing Letter That Doesn't Really Matter by Marisa Kanai; Chiraptophobia by Hannah Estelle Sears; Sweetheart by Danny Rothschild.

Printed Script:
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Eight talented young writers chronicle our coming of age in this collection of winning one-acts from the New Voices competition. Whether it's lampooning teen rites of passage like college admissions or the dreaded driver's test, exploring relationships with families, friends and would-be significant others, or taking on serious issues like mental health and eating disorders, these playwrights pull no punches and write with honesty about the world in which they find themselves.

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Did You Know?

Donna Kaz was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award in Theatre from Venus Theatre and is the author of the book UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour?