“Yurei” by Anjala Tamang (‘20)

“Yurei” by Anjala Tamang (‘20)

My name is Yurei. I was born in a noble family of Samurai. My dad was the highest ranked leader in the whole of Japan and he served the great Emperor. From my childhood, I was always known as the son of Hashirama. I used to think that I didn’t have my own respect and identity. Ever since then I used to hate my dad. I always wished to show people that I wasn’t just the son of a Samurai, I was a Samurai myself and better than my dad.

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The Cosmetic Beauty and The Beast by Klara Kurti ('17)

This dialogue takes place in Los Angeles, California; the city of models, actresses, and adult movie stars. The Beast has decided to leave France and his former lady, Belle, in order to pursue his dream of having his own talk show with famous celebrities. He is determined to get into the minds of celebrities in order to get some personal insight on the life of the rich and beautiful. 

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Skeletons In Each Other's Closet by Argenis Ovalles ('17)

At Rise: Hallway in Edwin’s high school outside the office of the Guidance Counselor in contemporary time.  Edwyn and his parents, Arthur and Marissa are waiting for the Counselor to come out of the office. Edwyn’s older brother, Mike, is also waiting with them. A random couple comes out of the office. The random couple recognizes Arthur and Marissa.  Arthur and Marissa appear a little uncomfortable with the couple.

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A Play by Shulin Mei ('16)

Upstage center, a high, double window is open on bright day. The sun and white clouds are visible, and the sunlight falls into the room.

Downstage left is a small table and a chair. A reading lamp and some scripts on the table.

Downstage right stands an identical table and chair to that of stage left, and a reading lamp only.

A door stands downstage left, with a calendar on the same wall.

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A Play by Cristobal Cano ('16)

In the center of the stage is a big old throne.

On stage right is another medium throne.The front of the thrones should face the audience.On the wall, behind the two thrones, is an open square window. Through the window we can see the green leaves of a tree. The day is clear.A large door stands stage left. Enter Berenger, walking slowly to sit on the big throne.After some seconds, McMurphy enters reading a letter.

 

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