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A FUNNY WAY OF SHOWING IT
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By: Jerry RabushkaAdd to Wish List
Script: $5.50
eScript Perusal: $5.50
Notebook Script: $12.75
   (8.5 x 11 3-ring binder with large margins for notes)
eAudition Monologue (Digital Download): $1.99
First Performance Royalty: $30.00
Each Additional Performance: $30.00
Types: One Act Play, Social Issue Play
Genre: Drama
Themes: Abuse, Athletics, Social Issues
Running Time: 25 minutes
Speaking Cast: 3 females, 3 males (6 total cast)
ISBN: 978-1-93240-461-6
        
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Synopsis
Michelle won't admit she's a victim of teen dating violence. How could she—and lose Ryan, the star player on the football team? He loves her; he's just got a funny way of showing it. It's attention, at any rate, and from a really cool guy. Ryan's got to play "alpha male"—impress the guys and keep the girls in line. Nothing wrong with it–all the guys do it, he says. His friend Steve makes the mistake of trying to talk sense into him, so Ryan has to do the sensible thing—walk away. Michelle says it's her fault for making him mad, and Ryan's coach tells everyone to stop making waves so he can play in the big game. Do the needs of one "insignificant" girl trump Ryan's chance to lead his team to the championship? Told with humor, poignancy and taste, this play opens doors to discussing a difficult topic.
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