REBECCA, THE CHILD – A SHORT ONE ACT FOR TEENAGERS
Rebecca and her friend, Claire are seventeen and at a point in their lives when they feel that they should ‘be adults’ and do the things that adults do. Claire has met a couple of guys who she says would be happy to ‘help them out.’ But Rebecca is unsure whether she is ready for the experience. A short one act for teenagers and high school students that deals with the subject of peer pressure and growing up.
Author: Timothy Tarkelly
Genre: Teen drama
Type: Short one act for teens
Length: 5 – 7 minutes.
Actors: 2F, two teenage girls
Ages of actors: Mid to late teens
Set: Simple – a public phone and the idea of it being on a street somewhere
Level of Difficulty: 6/10 – a short easy play for teenage girls
Timothy Tarkelly is a student at Fort Hays State University where he studies theater and English. He has had stories published in anthologies such as Cover of Darkness and Zombie Tales, and has had stories featured in online publications such as Apocrypha and Abstractions, microhorror.com and, dailylove.net.
Cost is $3
Copyright June 2013 Timothy Tarkelly Off The Wall Play Publishers
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