Act Three, Scene Five
Baker's Plays, 2011 - 36 pages
Comedy Romance Characters: 1 male, 4 female. Set: Bare stage with rehearsal furniture. Length; 40 minutes Five students are rehearsing Act Three, Scene Five of Romeo and Juliet. Things are not going well. Inexperience, egos and jealousies are becoming more important than the show. The sometimes comic, always touching, love story of Romeo and Juliet is paralleled by a growing offstage relationship. Written specifically for secondary schools that wish to produce strong new works without the burden of heavy technical demands, this is a fresh and exciting play, a delightful look at how young actors make theatre come alive.
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