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A SALUTATORIAN'S GRATITUDEAdd to Cart
By: Bobby KenistonAdd to Wish List
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Type: Ten Minute Monologue
Genres: Comedy, Parody
Themes: Communication, School Life & College, Jealousy
Running Time: 10 minutes
Speaking Cast: 1 either, 1 total cast
Flexibility: gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-60003-726-9
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Synopsis
After four years of hard work, graduation is finally here, and Jamie is about to give a Salutatorian speech that no one will ever forget! After discussing the importance of gratitude to his fellow graduates, he quickly begins to drop the facade and let his true feelings come out, including jabs at the Valedictorian (who happens to be the Headmaster's son), his own father (who would have bought him a car had he been number one in his class), and about the "dinosaur" teachers who he feels should have retired long ago. Shakespeare once wrote "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child." Well, Jamie is going to show the world that a serpent's tooth ain't got nothin' on him!
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