Scenes That Happen: Snapshot Dramatizations About Life In High School by Mary Krell-OishiScenes That Happen: Snapshot Dramatizations About Life In High School by Mary Krell-Oishi

Scenes That Happen: Snapshot Dramatizations About Life In High School

byMary Krell-Oishi, Mary Krell Oishi

Paperback | June 11, 1993

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Here is a hit for any classroom!  Written for you and your students, this helpful text contains thirty-four real-life scenes for boys, girls and mixed casts.  Each with two to four actors, they are ideal for classroom or stage performances.  They are also excellent for use as contest scripts because student actors portray themselves in the bearable and impossible situations of teenage existence.  The thoughtful and touching themes include dating, popularity, growing up, graduation, suspension from school and moving-experiences to laugh about and cry about.  The scene lengths vary from four to seven minutes each.  All scenes are royalty-free with book purchase. Some of the sample scenes include Breaking Up Is Hard to DoBeaching ItGirl TalkMoving OutThe Jerk,Midnight Run and Taking a Joke.

Mary Krell-Oishi has been teaching since 1976 and began her theatre teaching career at Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, California, in 1984. She completed her Masters in Theatre Education at California State University, Fullerton. Her primary career joy has been and remains teaching high school theatre and interacting with young,...
Title:Scenes That Happen: Snapshot Dramatizations About Life In High SchoolFormat:PaperbackDimensions:250 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:June 11, 1993Publisher:Meriwether Publishing Ltd.

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0916260798

ISBN - 13:9780916260798

Appropriate for ages: 14 - 17


From Our Editors

Scenes for acting students to perform, based on high school experiences such as breaking up, peer pressure, dances, dating, cheating, telephones, and teenage pregnancy

Editorial Reviews

"These scenes provide opportunities for young people to play roles that intersect with their own experience. Across the board, they celebrate the kind of friendship that makes adolescence bearable and memorable." --John Glore, literary manager of Tony Award-winning South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, CA