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Classroom Scenes and Monologues features more than 80 challenging roles for middle-school and high-school actors. Funny and serious, diverse in theme and style, this anthology will motivate actors to create provocative and intriguing characterizations. Designed as a companion to Scenes and Monologues for Young Actors, the material reflects the authors' intimate appreciation for the ever-changing and sometimes chaotic world inhabited by young minds. Representative titles: Shakespeare in Hollywood, The Gretchen Worm, Pirate Girl, Grilled Cheese, The Makeover, Harley's Art Farce, Forgiving the Devil, Desert Dreams, The Pier Group, Brain Freeze, Ripper Girl and Phebe, Friendship and a Fat Suit. Classroom Scenes and Monologues is equally useful as a resource for acting auditions and duet competitions.

Cynthia Mercati

Cynthia Mercati has had shows performed in each of the fifty US states, as well as Australia and Canada. Many of her plays are published by Samuel French. As Playwright-in-Residence at the Des Moines, Iowa, Playhouse, Ms. Mercait wrote a show each season for Actors on Tour, the professional children's company at the Playhouse. The shows, which played to literally thousands of young people ... view full profile

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Elizabeth Wong

Elizabeth Wong

Elizabeth Wong holds an MFA from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and she's proud of the recent accomplishments of fellow classmates Neil LaBute, Lamar Damon, Ilkka Jarvilaturi and Jennifer Maisel. Her Off-Broadway award-winning play Letters To A Student Revolutionary, the first play in the country to respond to the Tiananmen Square massacre, was originally produced by Artistic ... view full profile

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Tammy Ryan

Tammy Ryan's plays have been produced across the country and regionally in Pittsburgh where she is based. She has had residencies at the Sewanee Writer's Conference, the Bonderman Symposium and the New Harmony Project where her play Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods was first developed. A featured play at the National New Play Network's 2009 Showcase of Plays, it was produced by Premiere Stages and ... view full profile

Claudia Haas

Claudia Haas

Claudia Haas has devoted twenty years to writing plays for youth and young performers. She was a finalist and winner in the 2007 Bonderman Symposium for her play, By Candlelight, a tale of young people coping with 9/11. By Candlelight also received first place honors in the 2007 Aurand Harris Playwriting Contest. The Fisherman and His Wife was the winner of the 2008-09 Anna Zornio Memorial ... view full profile

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Elizabeth Hemmerdinger

Elizabeth Hemmerdinger

Elizabeth Hemmerdinger earned her MFA in dramatic writing in 2003 from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she won the Harry Kondoleon playwriting prize and her play, We Can Do It!, won the Goldberg Prize. The same year We Can Do It! appeared at Twelve Miles West Theatre in New Jersey. In 2004, directed by Isaac Robert Hurwitz, the play was presented by chashama in New York City ... view full profile

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Lucinda McDermott

Lucinda McDermott

Lucinda McDermott is the author of over a dozen produced and published plays including Feeding On Mulberry Leaves which had its world premiere at Barter Theatre (winner of the Appalachian Playwrights Festival 2005), and which has been produced at a number of regional and community theatres and universities. O'Keeffe!, her critically acclaimed one-woman play celebrating the life of artist Georgia ... view full profile

Marcia Cebulska

Marcia Cebulska's recent play Touched was commissioned for and premiered at the William Inge Theatre Festival. Her play Now Let Me Fly, commissioned for the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision, has been performed at over 300 venues around the world. Ms. Cebulska's other plays have been produced at The Georgia Repertory Theatre, HERE Arts Center, the Phoenix Theatre, ... view full profile

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Ric Averill

Ric Averill has been the Artistic Director of the Seem-To-Be Players professional children's theatre company since he and his wife, Jeanne, founded the company in 1973. Mr. Averill writes plays and music for children, youth, and adults, and has degrees in both Music Composition and Playwriting.Mr. Averill has received numerous playwriting fellowships and been selected for six professional play ... view full profile

David Alex

David Alex

David Alex has received three Grant awards from the Illinois Arts Council in Recognition in Playwriting and a Grant from the Pilgrim Foundation. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Committee and the former Secretary of the Chicago alliance for Playwrights and the Illinois Theatre association. view full profile

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