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Length: 35-40 minutesCast Size: 5-30 actors (suggested casting: 10 any)Genre: ComedySynopsis:
It's hard to find your perfect match, someone you really connect with; someone who will dedicate their life to destroying you at all costs. Yes, sometimes it feels like you'll NEVER meet your nemesis. But Captain Battle and Dr. Nightmare are willing to try out every hero and villain in town to find the enemy of their dreams. Of course, you're going to meet a few weirdos along the way... An ultra-f...
Length: 30-35 minutesCast Size: 9 actors (7F, 2M)Genre: DramaSynopsis:
Lolo is just your average teenager, until one day she suddenly acquires a Midas-like gift that turns everything she touches into literal gold. Sounds like a dream come true, right? Except she has to wear an oven mitt over her hand at school, her dad is using her as his own personal money mint, and she can’t even hold her boyfriend’s hand without accidentally killing him. With the help of her b...
Length: 70-80 minutes (each one-act is approximately 35 mins)Cast Size: 7-17 actors (suggested casting: 13F, 4M)Genre: DramaSynopsis:
Incredible things are happening to average teenagers in this collection of two extraordinary one-acts. In The Girl with the Golden Hand, Lolo suddenly acquires a Midas-like gift that turns everything she touches into literal gold. It's not the gift it seems and she must find a way to lift the curse before she loses everything she holds dear. In My Extraordinary Life That Almost Was, Cass's parents...
Length: 30-35 minutesCast Size: 8 actors (6F, 2M)Genre: DramaSynopsis:
As Cass’s birthday approaches, her parents reveal to her a shocking family secret: they’re superheroes. Genuine, real-life superheroes with almost limitless powers and abilities: flight, superhuman strength, invisibility, and even immortality. When she turns 18, Cass can become a superhero, too—but she has to choose it. The catch? She’ll lose the ability to experience human emotions like e...