Naked At School: Plays For Teens
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978-1-896300-46-7 | 2001 April | 162 Pages
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Naked At School: Three Plays for Teens, playwright Chris Craddock tackles the weighty issues of suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, and sex and pregnancy in the lives of teens and their families with humour, insight and candid reality. Craddock’s fresh perspective gives life and verve to these controversial, but vitally important subjects, by speaking to teens in their own voice. Throughout all three plays—“The Day Billy Lived”, “Wrecked”, and “Do it Right”—subversive wit and outright laugh-ability keep students, parents and teachers entertained, while building new awareness of these significant social issues.
“Craddock is nothing short of brilliant” – Calgary Herald
“An absolutely radical breath of theatrical fresh air.” – SEE Magazine
“…the best new play of the season” – Edmonton Journal
“…wildly energetic, manically inventive…” FFWD Weekly
“Pushes the boundaries and pulls us along with it” – SEE Magazine
“Craddock is absolutely brilliant” – Winnipeg Free Press
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