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The Angel Game

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(The scene opens on a school hallway. Lockers line one side. They are split in half: there is one locker on top, and one on the bottom. There is a group of high school girls talking and giggling...

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Yer' Ford

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Drop Scene

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The Flapper And The Man

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The Girl (monologue)

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She takes everything for granted. She learned the hard way not to trust people, not to let anyone in. She learned to build up walls around her heart and guard them with every ounce of her being....

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The Leap Year Club

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The Sailor Dream

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A Day In The Life

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HORACE, an older gentleman, is sitting on a train. He pulls out a pocket watch, puts it away upon seeing PETULA, a young, childlike woman. She gets on, takes a seat immediately next to him,...

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