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Finding the perfect selection to perform is one of the most difficult tasks for any performer. The Interp Store is ready to make that daunting task easier for you! Each Forensics Anthology includes at least one each of the following: Humorous Interpretation, Poetry Interpretation, Prose Interpretation, Dramatic Interpretation, and Duo Interpretation. These scripts are original, poignant, beautifully written, and most importantly, competitive! They are not only perfect for forensics competitions; they also make great classroom materials!
Star Lit: Bright Literature for Bright Performers (Volume Four) includes:
“Malcolm X. Jefferson Elementary Proudly Presents a Fifth-Grade Production of A Chorus Line” by Gregory T. Burns
Inspired by the tens of thousands of theatrical productions mounted across the country each year that, for lack of a nicer word, are less than stellar, Malcolm X. Jefferson Elementary Proudly Presents a Fifth-Grade Production of A Chorus Line pays tribute to the countless hours spent creating magic onstage during the rehearsal process. This sequel to The 17th Annual Malcolm X. Jefferson Elementary Talent Show brings new characters and storylines to the stage. This humorous satire takes a unique look at one of America’s most beloved musicals of all-time, A Chorus Line, by having a group of fifth-graders take on the challenging material. Hysterical!
“Story on Page Six” by Will Webster
James Taylor’s hit song, Fire and Rain, illuminates the loss of a loved one taken from us before we have the chance to say goodbye. In his beautiful, narrative poem, Will Webster pays tribute to a mother, whose life ended all too soon. Honest and touching!
“love letter to my home town” by Bridget Grace Sheaff
Inspired by Thorton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Our Town, Bridget Grace Sheaff takes us on a nostalgic journey as she pays tribute to her home town. Heartwarming poem!
“A Ghost of a Chance” by Jake Barton
Do you believe in life after death? What if a ghost tried to communicate with the living? What if the dead had a message to relay? What if a ghost needed help, would you help if you could? These are the rhetorical questions Jake Barton asks in his fictitious short story, “A Ghost of a Chance.” Chilling!
“Forgotten” by Elise Sharron
Forgotten is the story of a young war vet, returning from Iraq, whose life is forever altered after an unforeseen tragedy took place during a tour of duty; after all, wars may often be started by older men; however, it is the youth that must ultimately serve and fight in them. A poignant tale for today!
“A Chance of Rain” by Bridget Grace Sheaff
Relationships are often slippery slopes. In her coming-of-age one-act play, Bridget Grace Sheaff introduces us to two good friends, who explore the possibility of taking their relationship to the next level. This is a tour-de-force play for two mature actors with a flare for performing a fresh, romantic comedy!
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