SOMEONE TO REMEMBER – ONE ACT TEEN DRAMA
‘Someone to Remember’ is a one act teen drama which revolves around a psychologically disturbed sixteen-year-old named Jo (who can be cast as a male or a female). Apart from seeing “illusions” of a youngish girl named Misha, Jo is thrown into a world of question, where he/she and those around him/her challenge the potential and purpose of the fabricated elements of Jo’s mind. But when what appears to be fictitious affects Jo’s life, some even darker secrets pertaining to Misha’s appearance are revealed.
Author: Ash Crestfelt
Type: One act play
Genre: Teen drama, one act teen drama
Length: Thirty minutes
Number of actors: Five 2M, 2F, main character can be either
Ages of actors: One young teen or older girl, three adolescents or teenagers and the father
Level of difficulty: 7/10 – achieving the tension in this drama
Set: A house with a kitchen area, a living room area and a bedroom area. The living room area can be left blank if need be.
Cost is $7.00 for this digital script
Copyright June 2013 Ash Crestfelt and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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