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Someone to Remember – One Act Teen Drama

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SOMEONE TO REMEMBER – ONE ACT TEEN DRAMA

Someone to Remember is a one act teen drama that follows Jean, a young teen, who sees a ghost named Morgan. Together, they set out on daily “jobs” to prevent others from taking their lives. From friends to enemies, the pair takes on any challenge, with Jean testing the intentions of others.

But what happens when Jean is the one thrust into a world of mystery, where he/she is left to unravel the secrets that revolve around the enigmatic appearance of Morgan?

This is Jean’s story – a psychological drama and dark journey into the depths of human nature and free will that begs the question: who’s next?

Author:  Ash Crestfelt

Type: One act play

Genre: Teen drama, one act teen drama

Length: Thirty minutes

Number of actors: Five  all can be either sex.

Ages of actors: One young teen, three older teens, one adult.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – achieving the tension in this drama

Set: A house with a kitchen area, needs at least a table and some chairs. A blank space with a ledge/box to climb on.

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Copyright June 2013 Ash Crestfelt and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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Off The Wall Plays – Online Play Publishers since 2010

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Off The Wall Plays is a  young, online publishing house whose aim is to attract quality playwrights with fresh, new ideas as opposed to our larger competitors.  We accept your plays free of charge. Off The Wall Plays will publish your play and get it out there for you. If your play sells, you will get 80% of the Royalties of each sale from the beginning.

Because Off The Wall Plays is a smaller publishing house, we have the resources and time it needs to get your play out there. We put a synopsis and sample of your your play on the front page of the website, when your play goes live, so it gets seen and not just filed into a genre with thousands of other plays. It stays in our top ten new plays for the next few months.We place a sample of your script on the website, not the full play so no one will be able to illegally use your work.

If your play sells well, we will add it to our “Best Sellers” list, automatically ranking it higher than ordinary plays, the price increases, and so do your Royalties. Plays bought to be used for a run or a season will also have license fees that will be paid by the organization that purchased the play, and 50% of those will go to the authors as well.

Once your play has been submitted, your play will be reviewed by our editor, who will contact you. Please have a look at our guidelines for submitting your play – by following these guidelines it will help your play sell.  We don’t mind correcting the odd typo, but plays with many spelling mistakes, missing punctuation marks and poor grammar will be sent back to the authors for correction before they can be considered for publishing, so please make sure yours is 100% first before you send it! We also try to get back to authors within a few days at most so they will know almost immediately that their script has been received and whether or not it will be published.

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Boise, USA – play about homophobia

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BOISE, USA – PLAY ABOUT HOMOPHOBIA

“Boise, USA,” is an historical drama based on the homosexuality scandal that took place in the fifties in Boise, Idaho and follows the lives of people both accused of homosexuality as well as those whose jobs it was to arrest and convict them. A play about homophobia, as it was 60 years ago, but just as relevant as it is today.

BACKGROUND

The Boise homosexuality scandal refers to a sweeping investigation of a supposed “homosexual underground” in Boise, Idaho that started in 1955. Beginning with the arrest of three men in October 1955, the investigation broadened to encompass allegations that over 100 young men and teenage boys had been involved in sexual acts with a ring of adult homosexual men. By the time the investigation wound down in January 1957, some 1,500 people had been questioned, sixteen men faced charges, and fifteen of them were sentenced to terms ranging from probation to life in prison.”

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Author: Gene Franklin Smith

Characters: 8M, 2F

Genre: Historical Drama, play about homophobia

Type: Full length Play in 2 acts

Length: 95 minutes

Suitable for: 16 yrs and over

Ages of actors: Older teen (2) to adult

Boise, USA was produced in 2008 by the Salem K Theatre Company at the Matrix Theater in Los Angeles and in 2011 at the Fullerton Playwrights Festival.  The production was also featured on NPR’s All Things Considered.

Gene Franklin Smith has enjoyed a theatrical career in both Canada and the U.S.  His produced plays are: Boise, USA (2008), The Matrix Theatre, Los Angeles; Haunted Masters (2004) and More Haunted Masters (2005) (both at Spadina Historic House and Garden, Toronto); Transports of the Heart (2002); Charles Dickens’ Bleak House (2001); Devil’s Consort (1999), all produced at Write Act Repertory Company, of which he founded and served as Artistic Director; Rubicon (1997, The Coast Playhouse, Los Angeles; and in 1999, Wings Theatre, New York); Life Beneath the Roses, which has been performed in several regional theatres and in New York and was a finalist in the Great Platte River Playwrights Festival and Dayton Playhouse’s FutureFest and won Theatre Americana’s David James Ellis Memorial Award; Adults in Love (Lone Wolf Theatre, New York); Created Equal (John Houseman Theatre 2, New York).

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Copyright October 2011 Gene Franklin Smith