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HOW I SURVIVED HIGH SCHOOLAdd to Cart
By: Mark Kreutzer, Brett Kincaid, Jennifer SwanAdd to Wish List
Book: $5.95
Type: Books and Resource
Genre: Scenes & Monologues
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Another outstanding collection of four original monologues. Excellent contest monologues. ELVIS LIVES, BY JENNIFER SWAN (1W). A humorous monologue about a young woman with a very atypical conspiracy theory about Elvis. TELEVISION, BY BRETT KINCAID (1 EITHER). A lawyer delivers a closing argument challenging the statement “television is the greatest communicator” in this dramatic monologue. THE DAY I DISCOVERED WOMEN, BY MARK KREUTZER (1M OR 1M, 3W). A deadpan teenager goes on a journey to find a girlfriend, but only finds eccentric girls, whom all wind up dead in the end. HOW I SURVIVED HIGH SCHOOL, BY MARK KREUTZER (1M OR 4M, 1W). A typical high school senior convinces his graduating class that he is dying in order to become popular but ends up causing more problems than he can handle in this dark satire about life in high school. Both of Mark Kreutzer’s monologues won first place awards at Conference, Regional, and Sectional speech and drama competitions in Illinois.
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ISBN: 978-1-61588-229-8
 

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