THE GRAY BOOK: A FORENSICS ANTHOLOGY

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Edited by Gregory T. Burns

Finding the perfect selection to perform is one of the most difficult tasks for any performer. The Interp Store is ready to make that daunting task easier for you! Each Forensics Anthology includes a Humorous Interpretation, a Poetry Interpretation, a Prose Interpretation, a Dramatic Interpretation, and a Duo Interpretation. These scripts are original, poignant, beautifully written, and most importantly, competitive! They are not only perfect for forensics competitions; they also make great classroom materials!

THE GRAY BOOK: A FORENSICS ANTHOLOGY includes:

Gums by Bryan Denbow
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, there’s a new threat terrorizing Shark Island! Gums is a hilarious satire on the iconic Stephen Spielberg classic film, Jaws!

“I Dreamed I Was a Video Game” by Jake Barton
Obsessions often come in many forms. In his dramatic, narrative poem, Jake Barton introduces us to a young man—teetering on the edge—whose obsession with video games blurs the lines between fantasy and reality.

“The Grimm Girls” by Gregory T. Burns
The Brothers Grimm fairy tales have entertained millions of children, and adults alike, for generations. Through a series of fictitious essays, the heroines of the Brothers Grimm finally confess to what actually happened after “They all lived happily ever after.”

“And the Award Goes To” by Shannon Cartwright
Chronicling the life of an American teenager, Shannon Cartwright uses a young girl’s love for movies to serve as the catalyst that allows her to slowly reveal the secrets that have tormented her childhood.

To Every Coin by Gregory T. Burns
An old adage reminds us, “There are two sides to every coin.” Filled with big laughs and ending on a much darker note, To Every Coin introduces us to two individuals brought together by a chance encounter. As the play progresses, however, it becomes apparent that each possesses a very different paradigm of their relationship.