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368 FRIENDS - TEN MINUTE VERSION
By: Bradley Walton
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Lorne is a lucky guy. He has 368 friends online, and anybody with that many friends has it good. At least, that's what Lorne keeps telling himself. But as time goes on, he has more and more trouble believing it. After his posts about depression go unanswered, Lorne announces to his 368 friends that he plans to kill himself and...  read more
88 KEYS
By: J.J. Jonas
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Maggie hates taking her piano lesson; it's the bane of her existence - or at least the low point of her week. But it is only through her piano teacher she realizes that limited views can prevent full understanding in the same way that leaving out notes of a song prevents one from hearing the entire melody.
ACCENTS, INC.
By: John C. Havens
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A snotty dialect coach guides students through an unorthodox training session in accents. This bombastic teacher uses irregular teaching methods as memory techniques to retain information in this high-energy comedy.
ACCEPTANCE
By: Carolyn West
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This is it! The envelope, please! I have the answer in my hand. Will I go on to Julliard and become a famous actor or stay behind and live with my parents until I'm 35? How can someone decide which road to take without at least opening the envelope to find out? An insightful comedy about hope.
ACCUMULATING CATS
By: Kelly Meadows
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Anything for the girl he loves? Does that mean he has to adopt a cat every time he wants to say hello? While Brenda's innocently saving the lives of unwanted felines, Kenneth is accumulating quite a menagerie taking them off her hands. Soon the police are involved, and the news media gets in on the action—these cats had...  read more
ADAM
By: Krista Boehnert
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Jared Tindell is on cloud nine when he starts dating the girl of his dreams, Jenny Bowen. After only a couple of dates, Jenny abruptly stops talking to Jared and gets back together with her volatile ex-boyfriend, Adam. Jared, who is hurt, angry and confused by her choice to reconcile with Adam, confronts Jenny about breaking his...  read more
ADDIE AND ME
By: Ronald Micci
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How does an only child cope with the painful loss of her mother? In this poignant monologue, just such a teenage girl, Marjorie, has invented an imaginary sister whom she now rouses with the news that she has managed to get into a locked room and discovered her mother's beautiful wedding dress. Can Marjorie accept the reality that...  read more
AFTER AFTERLIFE
By: Leon Kaye
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Alex the surfer dude is back after another hilarious voyage into the afterlife. He meets some unique characters: Lady Di, Mother Teresa, and his arch-nemesis, Hitler! An amazing journey by a righteous and laid-back dude!
 
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