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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 at least one each of the following: Humorous Interpretation, Poetry Interpretation, Prose Interpretation, Dramatic Interpretation, and 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!
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“Les Mucho Miserables at Victor Hugo Middle School” by Gregory T. Burns
One of the most haunting musicals in the world is Les Miserables. Victor Hugo’s masterpiece set to music embodies the plight of a people overcoming adversity during the harshest of times. As the times change, however, so do the words! If you like the musical, you will love this satire! Absolutely brilliant!
“Apology” by Sara Sutterfield Winn
I’m sure most of us would agree that there are actions in our past in which we aren’t especially proud. In the following personal, narrative poem, poet Susan Sutterfield Winn reflects on her past, as she asks the rhetorical question, “If you could go back in time and ‘right’ one ‘wrong,’ would you? This is a beautiful narrative poem with an important lesson for everyone!
“The Fourth of July Chronicles” by Jake Barton
Written as a sequel to his popular poem, “The Corn Dog Chronicles,” Jake Barton once again takes on a whimsical journey as we follow the antics of two young boys. This time, however, the setting takes us to small town, America, where the citizens of a rural community are celebrating the Fourth of July. This is the most hilarious and patriotic poem you will ever read!
“I Love Lucy” by Celeste LeBeaux
In almost every iconic episode of “I Love Lucy,” Lucy and Ethel were having some sort of crisis. In her critically acclaimed short story, author Celeste LeBeaux introduces us to two sisters, Lucy and Em, named after the lead characters from the classic comedy. Like their namesakes, however, the two sisters soon find themselves in a situation almost impossible to escape. This selection would also make a fantastic Dramatic Interpretation! Please note: This selection contains mature subject matter.
“The F-Word” by Matthew Yasuoka
In the tradition of Forrest Gump, author Matthew Yasuoka introduces us to Bradley, a young man who learns one of life’s most important lessons: You should always be comfortable with who you are. This selection will make a wonderful Prose Interpretation or Dramatic Interpretation for the male performer adept at playing innocence, humor and warmth! Please note: This selection contains mature subject matter.
“Kissing Lessons” by Bridget Grace Sheaff
Billed as a romantic comedy for the younger set, playwright Bridget Grace Sheaff introduces us to Bess and Mike, two young adolescents who have been pushed into a closet for the classic boy/girl party game, “Seven Minutes in Heaven.” This is a fun, light-hearted comedy for everyone who remembers the thrill and excitement of that unexpected first kiss! Funny and touching!
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