Item description for More Scenes That Happen: Real-Life Snapshots of Teenage Lives by Mary Krell-Oishi & Mary Krell Oishi...
Overview Real-life snapshots of teenage lives by Mary Krell-Oishi. The drama of the teen years is played out in these thirty-four scenes and monologs for young actors.Written as teens speak and encompassing the myriad of emotions typical of the "growing up" years, the scenes cover real-life situations from teen experiences.The script lengths vary from two to twelve minutes. Themes include Bulimia, Gossip, Jealousy, Self-esteem, Friendship, Fitting In, Tests and Relationships - experiences to laugh and cry about. Scenes are included for boys, girls and mixed casts. Royalty-free performance with book purchase
Publishers Description The drama of the teen years is played out in these thirty-four scenes and monologs for young actors. Written as teens speak and encompassing the myriad of emotions typical of the "growing up" years, the scenes cover real life situations from teen experiences. The script lengths vary from two to twelve minutes, making them ideal for acting classes, stage performance, auditions or as contest material. Themes include: Bulimia, Jealousy, Graduation, Self-Esteem, Gossip, Chastity, Friendship, Gangs, Chauvinism, Fitting in, Tests, Relationships--experiences to laugh about and cry about. Scenes are included for boys, girls and mixed casts and involve from one to five actors. Royalty-free performance with book purchase.
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Studio: Meriwether Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.51" Width: 5.55" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2000
Publisher Meriwether Publishing
ISBN 1566080002 ISBN13 9781566080002
Availability 0 units.
More About Mary Krell-Oishi & Mary Krell Oishi
Mary Krell-Oishi is a freelance playwright. She teaches high school drama and resides in Yorba Linda, California.
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Good for beginners Jan 27, 2005
While this is not high or classic drama, I beleive that this book (and its predecessor) are good books for high school students new to acting and performance. Save for a few scenes, I would not recommend these for more advanced actors. They are good short scenes with which the high school student can relate. Additionally, there are good three person scenes included, which I have a hard time finding.