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By: Alan HaehnelAdd to Wish List
Script: $6.50
eScript Perusal: $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
Type: One Act Play
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Politics, Debate & Forensics, Conflict
Running Time: 35 minutes
Speaking Cast: 15-30 either (15-30 total cast)
Flexibility: doubling possible, gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-93180-509-4
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By Sara Holland, Springgrove High School, Springgrove, MN
With a timely topic and a funny script, Caution: Politricks is a great show to produce with high school students. More than just a good time, the play has something to say to its audience.\r\n\r\n
By Stephanie Stocks, Teacher/Speech Coach, West Delaware Schools, Manchester, IA
…seamlessly weaves a complex idea into a fun, exciting show. The audience leaves enriched and thoughtful, while still having a blast.\r\n\r\n
By Terryee Chisom, Drama Director, Blacksburg High School, Blacksburg, VA
With large, flexible casting, Caution: Politricks allows a director to expand the cast to his or her needs. This play does extremely well in competition.
A character steps onto a bare stage and stares, puzzled, at a spot above and behind the audience. Another character joins her and asks, "What are you looking at?" So begins Politricks, a humorous but thought-provoking look at the evolution of politics. While the two agree they see something, they argue over the nature of what they see. Others enter and are persuaded, by various means, to join sides. Eventually, the original point of disagreement gets lost; by the screaming climax of the play, opposing sides know only one thing: that their side is good and right, and the other side is evil and wrong. Without sets, costumes or numerous props, Caution: Politricks prompts both immediate entertainment and long-lasting questions that will keep your audience talking for hours after the curtain has closed.
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