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THE TALENT SHOWAdd to Cart
By: Lavinia RobertsAdd to Wish List
Script: $8.75
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Each Additional Performance: $15.00
Type: Ten Minute Monologue
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Writing, Acting Experience & Theatrics, Cooperation
Running Time: 10 minutes
Speaking Cast: 1 either (1 total cast)
Flexibility: gender flexible
ISBN: 978-1-60003-561-6
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Synopsis
Gail Keebler is the newly appointed arts and entertainment reporter for her high school newspaper. An aspiring journalist, she is disgruntled by the everyday and mundane nature of her assignments. She describes and reenacts the contestants of her school's upcoming talent show. First, there are the math nerds whose talents include converting numbers to scientific notations. Next, there is the cheerleader who created a cheer to the Beatles classic "Let it Be." Finally, there is the goth queen and the school's most dramatic thespian reenacting every death scene in Shakespeare. While Gail's opinion of her classmates' talents is scathing, she realizes how amazing it is to have such a diverse group of students all pulling together for a single purpose.
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