Finding the perfect selection to perform is one of the
most difficult tasks. We can make that
daunting task easier for you! Each Forensics Anthology includes at least one of the following: Humorous Interpretation, Poetry Interpretation, Prose
Interpretation, Dramatic Interpretation, and Duo Interpretation.
Star Lit: Bright Literature for Bright Performers (volume ten) includes:
“Office Space: Cubical Paradise or Death
Factory?” by Gregory T. Burns
as a satiric documentary, Bill Armstrong (with his strong arms) interviews a
myriad of office workers, who warn America of the dangers hidden in their
‘Cubical Paradise!’ Perfect for those actors who can take it over-the-top!
“Danny’s How-To VLOG on Surviving
Middle School, Defeating the Bay Guys, and Ruling the World!” by Bridget Grace Sheaff
McMahon, an intellectual middle-school student with a natural gift for learning
geography. Recently, he also started a video blog, or VLOG, on the World Wide
Web. When his best friend, Betsy, encourages him to enter Joe Biden Middle
School’s first ever Map-A-Thon, otherwise known as a geography match, could
this be an opportunity for Danny to embarrass the school bully and his personal
arch nemesis, Hector Kurkowski, in front of the entire student body? Tune in to ‘Danny’s How-To
VLOG’ to find out!
“Mothers I Have Known” by Sandy Maranto
heartwarming, humorous, and yet, at times heartbreaking collection of poems,
Sandy Maranto recalls the myriad of mothers she has met in her lifetime, including
her own. Beautiful collection!
“The United States of Science” by
to the future—the year 2097 to be exact. This futuristic science fiction short
story centers on gender identity, as it pertains to relationships. Very topical!
“The Art of Preservation” by Bridget
to popular belief, time does not heal all wounds. Charlotte Davis and Annie
Rolliins were, at one time, the best of friends; however, after Charlotte
leaves the Midwest to go to college on the West Coast, their friendship finds
itself mimicking that of a still-life painting. After her father passes away,
Charlotte returns to the Midwest and feels it is her duty to continue her
father’s legacy at the art museum. Annie, however, has ideas of her own. Strong acting scene!
“The Invisible Line” by Manuel Montez
and Kassandra Ortiz
years, human trafficking has become a global crisis. In this explosive and
haunting play, we are introduced to Nicolas Portillo and Eliseo Alvarado, two
young men, whose dream of crossing the border into America is their last hope
for a better future. It is the story of desperation, dreams, and ultimately,
the desire and willingness to risk everything to cross that “invisible line.” A winner!
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