248 Miles

248 Miles is a play about social isolation. The story follows a large group of high school students, all of whom are navigating through difficulties that they do not always feels safe sharing with the people around them.


At the center of the story is Mikaela, who is returning to school one month after a suicide attempt, and is trying to rebuild her life at school.


She feels desperately alone. But she will soon discover that she is not nearly as removed from her peers as she thinks she is.




A dramatic play for high school with just a bit of magical realism.


Cast Requirements:

Original script:

10 Males, 15 Females



Expanded script:

12 Males, 20 Females, 3 Flexible


Room for a small ensemble


120 minutes


For a perusal of Act 1, click here.


To inquire about a production, click here.




Andrew Geha