Classroom

Scenes

Scenes for High School

Eighteen two and three character scenes. The collection contains:

  • Four scenes for a boy and a girl 

  • Two scenes for two boys 

  • Six scenes for two girls  

  • Four three character scenes with flexible casting

Click here to read a sample.

 

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Scenes for Middle School

Fifteen two character scenes and one three character scene written for middle school students. The collection contains:

Three scenes for two boys 

  • Five scenes for two girl
  • Two scenes for a boy and a girl
  • Four two character scenes with flexible casting
  • One three character scene with flexible casting

 

Click here to read a sample.

 

 

If you're interested in the whole collection, either hit the Paypal button below and enter the amount you wish to pay, or hit the second button (Paypal will not allow a $0 payment).

On this page are links to scenes I have written for the classroom.

 

While searching for new material to use in class, I regularly run into three major issues:

 

1. Scenes that are simplistic and talk down to students

 

2. Scenes that are filled with curses and other content I cannot use in my classroom.

 

3. Scenes that are too long.

 

The scenes available here don't hide from content, but they also don't wallow in it. They aim to dramatize conflicts that students encounter and can relate to.

 

The high school scenes are two to four pages long.

The middle school scenes are one to two pages.

(There are some exceptions). The uniform length is based off of the need for multiple groups to rehearse and perform in one forty-minute class period.

 

I love these scenes and I love working with students with them. They offer multiple levels of challenge based on the variety of skills in a typical classroom.

 

When you click on the PayPal button, you will be brought to a page where you can pay what you wish. You can alternatively hit the other button and download the file for free. I am a fan of Amanda Palmer, who advocates making art available and letting fans pay what they want for it. My goal is to make useful classroom materials available to teachers and students. If, in the process, I make a few dollars, terrific.

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Andrew Geha