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Tell the Truth to Sooth His Aching Heart

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(Torment drags Alfonzo into interrogation room) Torment: Now you sit still. I’ll be back in after I get my knife. (Laughs as she exits) Alfonzo: (Twitches with weird noises) (Old Man’s Ghost...

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A One Act Film Noir Thriller

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How I Prepared for an Audition This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.

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Cariston High Act 1: Scene 2

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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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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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