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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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The Girl (monologue)

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Women in War

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Cariston High Act 1: Scene 3

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Best Friends Forever

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Cast Characters: Angela Baxter – Student of The Gallgher Academy, 8th Grader. One of the top students in The Gallagher Academy. Stella Morgan – Student of The Gallagher Academy, 8th Grader....

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The Train That Runs On Time This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This work has won the Teen Ink contest in its category.

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Nerd is the Word - Prologue

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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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