Stranger In The Room

In Stranger In The Room, Andrea has just transferred to a new private school, but after her first day, she wants to go back home.

ANDREA: No one is friendly. Everyone keeps to themselves. It’s like I’m not accepted or something, or even acknowledged. When the teacher introduced me to the class today, not one person looked in my direction, it was like I didn’t even exist. It was really weird, Mom. I can’t even explain it, it was as if they didn’t acknowledge I was there, as if it was deliberately coordinated, almost like it was choreographed. As the teacher was telling them where I was from and everything, all the students just kept looking straight ahead…I’ve never felt anything like it, it was eerie and there was a moment of silence loud enough that you could the hear a bird pecking at the window…And I’ve just kept on thinking about it since. I’m not sure I want to go back, I don’t like it at all. I want to go back home, we were happy there.

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Stranger In The Room by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay Stranger In The Room, Andrea’s first day of school isn’t what it was supposed to be and she tries to explain to her mother that she doesn’t feel happy or even safe.  1 Woman, 1 Teen.  Drama/Thriller.

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