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Conformity – teen drama for high school

teen drama for high school
teen drama for high school
Teen Plays


In this teen drama for high school, eight students who have nothing in common are sitting in detention on a Saturday run by the vice principal, Miss Blair. Although they are all so different from each other, they learn that they all do have something in common – each of them has a terrible secret; something bad has happened in their past which has brought them to this point. As they talk about the essay they have been set, “conformity” and the things that have happened to them, they come to the realization that conforming to life’s rules isn’t always for everybody. In order to move on, they need to accept the things that have happened to them because those things made them who they are today. A challenging play for high school drama class, loosely based on the hit movie, “The Breakfast Club.”

Performance History:

AK Arts academy – 2016
Pacific Hills School, CA, USA – 2016
Pineapple Theatre at Rosen College of Hospitality Management, FL, USA – 2019

Author: Kevin E. VanMeter

Type: Two-act play

Genre: Teen drama

Cast: 7F 4M

Ages of the actors: Can all be played by teens, possibly two to three adults may be included

Suitable for: PG 10

Length: 90 minutes long

Set: A detention class with desks and chairs.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – the ”male” and ”female” ‘roles are more challenging as those actors need to play a number of different roles of various ages.

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My child – one act drama about an unwanted teen pregnancy
Rebecca, the child – play about peer pressure
Anna, alone – one act about a teenage girl dealing with multiple personality disorder