STALKER MOM and OTHER PLAYS

STALKER MOM and OTHER PLAYS

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by Diana R. Jenkins
     
 

Comedy / Flexible casts of 0-9 male, 2-11 female

Simple staging

This collection of humorous scripts offers young actors funny characters they'll enjoy playing and contemporary problems they'll find relevant. Clever dialogue, quick pacing, and surprising developments make these scripts fun for performers and audiences alike. The plays utilize flexible casts

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Comedy / Flexible casts of 0-9 male, 2-11 female

Simple staging

This collection of humorous scripts offers young actors funny characters they'll enjoy playing and contemporary problems they'll find relevant. Clever dialogue, quick pacing, and surprising developments make these scripts fun for performers and audiences alike. The plays utilize flexible casts and simple props, sets, and costumes for easy production.

Sorry! - Jessie struggles to run a club while coping with one member's sorry attitude.

Stalker Mom - Jackson copes with the most over-protective mother on the planet.

Girl in a Whirl - Everyone takes advantage of Abbie, but she's too nice to stand up for herself.

The Grudge - Laird thinks of himself as too easy-going to hold a grudge, but something's growing inside of him!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780874402209
Publisher:
Samuel French, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/01/2009
Pages:
40
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.08(d)

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STALKER MOM and OTHER PLAYS 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SherryE More than 1 year ago
Stalker Mom and Other Plays is a collection of four short plays. Running time for each is between five and ten minutes. Before each script, there is a summary, list of characters (around 10-15), and a listing of sets/props/costumes, all of which are uncomplicated and easily accessible. The topics of the plays are ones that are relevant to school age children - an overprotective mom, a kid who's so nice everybody walks all over her, holding grudges, and dealing with a constant complainer. The dialog is fresh and funny with banter that is typical of middle school kids. As an added bonus, there's also a lesson to be learned form each one. The plays can be performed separately or as a group. If you are looking for easy plays for kids, this is a great collection