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15 Best License-free 1 Act Plays for High School
After Rob’s mother died, he keeps his promise to her by finding his father and speaking to him for the first time in his life.
Alina is a young woman with the desire to be an actress but countless drama school reject her auditions.
GONE TOO SOON
A grim look at the reality Tarva must face not only taking care of her kids but her father as well.
THOSE DAYS ARE OVER
Marsha has a o at her sister Emily for accusing of her laughing.
MOMMA, I’M NO FOOL
Daphne is finally going to meet her biological father for the first time and she hopes it’s not going to be a big mistake.
DON’T LEAVE ME WITHOUT MUFFIN
Ginger is caught in the act of running away from home.
DUST IN OUR EYES
Dean gives his friend Paula advice based on his own life experience.
Three teenagers hang out at a toxic lakeside when one of them dares the other to go for a swim.
OTHER SIDE OF THE CHASM
Chad has always felt like an outcast despite all the effort he’s made to make more friends. He confides in his only friend Lia.
THE PIT OF MY STOMACH
Nina lives with her father from place to place on a regular moving basis until she finally sets him straight on how she feels and what she wants.
TREAT ME DIFFERENT
Marshall is having an internal battle within himself over his true identity and he turns to his father, wishing he could somehow speak to him about how he feels.
Bella and her mother always seem to have a wall placed between them whenever they try to communicate about important things.
Abby’s hobby is making dolls that she invents from her imagination. They become her friends and are real to her, so real in fact that she has conversations with them.
Charla is at a crossroads between giving up on her dreams and settling in life or finding the courage to keep fighting for what she believes in.
WHISPERS OF TREES
Nate has always felt like whatever he does is never enough for his family, his ambitions are always kept to a minimum of enthusiasm from his parents.