High Places

In the teen drama monologue High Places, Harrison tells Tiffany that things aren’t what they always seem when it comes to wealth.

HARRISON: Not everything is always what it seems, Tiffany. More than half my friends are suicidal, popping pills to get through the day, hating themselves because they’re not given the time to discover who they wanna be. Everything’s programmed before hand. Rules and procedures, etiquette and prestige. You, on the other hand, are free from all of that. Free to go out into this world on your own terms and be whoever you wish to be. I wish…I wish I could be you. The reason I came to find you is because you’re different. I found myself being able to breathe around you. You’re here and I’m there but who really cares? If I was some guy who was all part of your secret fantasy, then I’ll walk away if that’s all you ever wanted to find. But I’m here and I’m for real.

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High Places by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay High Places, Harrison finds the woman he has fallen in love with only to be told that she doesn’t think they should be together.  Teen Drama.  1 Woman, 2 Men.  Drama.

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