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TEENAGE NIGHTMAREAdd to Cart
By: Laura ToffenettiAdd to Wish List
TEENAGE NIGHTMARE
Script: $6.50
Notebook Script: $12.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
First Performance Royalty: $40.00
Each Additional Performance: $40.00
Video Rights: $30.00
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Type: Short Play
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Teen Experience, Babysitting, Dating
Running Time: 30 minutes
Speaking Cast: 16 females, 10 males, 26 total cast
Flexibility: doubling possible
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Synopsis
Touching on the trials and tribulations of being a teen, this one act satire brings teen life center stage in the form of a live news magazine. Loaded with teen-friendly sketches such as “Shopping With Mom,” “Babysitting a Child Named Moose,” and “Trying to Ask a Girl on a Date,” it also includes a flashy street interview titled, “Dumb Things Parents, Teachers, and Kids Say” in addition to four short scenes between parents and teens on “What Happened in School Today.” Find the latest in teen fashion, poetry, and of course, advice columns on makeup and shaving from Babs and Philipe, your favorite editors. Besides the babysitting horror stories and red-hot dating files, the play includes two commercials: “Zitaway: A Unique Blend of Vitamins B1-27” and “Parents in a Box: All of the Comforts of Home.” A quick reality check and it continues with “Chores That Bore,” a comical stand-off between parents and teens on cleaning their rooms and taking out the trash.
 

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