Holding by Nicole B. Adkins

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About The Play


Overland High School (Aurora, CO; photo by Dedy Rusli).

Dramedy. 10-15 minutes. 4 females, 4 males. Suitable for high school and older.

First produced at Overland High School Performing Arts Department (Aurora, CO).

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Synopsis


Overland High School (Aurora, CO; photo by Dedy Rusli).

Four teens wait to be picked up at a police station after being arrested for public underage drinking and being out past curfew. Cate has a secret certain to change both her life and Terrance's forever, while Alison fears the future and Peter just wants to fast-forward to his. Together they await their fate, facing past choices and dreading those to come.

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Did You Know?


Steven Stack’s first acting role was in 3rd grade in an adaptation of Hansel and Gretel, in which he played Hansel and the father. He was originally cast as only the father, but the boy playing Hansel got sick and Steven had already memorized all his lines.