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  • 15 Must-Read Plays for Tweens and Teens

    Read plays. Lots of them. Why? This story as told by the venerable playwright, Tom Stoppard, gives you the answer: 
    Years ago, there was a production of “The Tempest,” out of doors, and the play began in natural light. As it became time for Ariel to say his farewell, the evening had started to close in. And as Ariel uttered his last speech, he turned and he ran across the grass, and he got to the edge of the lake and he just kept running across the top of the water—the producer having thoughtfully provided a kind of walkway an inch beneath the water. And you could see and you could hear the plish, plash as he ran away from you across the top of the lake, until the gloom enveloped him and he disappeared from your view. 
    And as he did so, from the further shore, a firework rocket was ignited, and it went whoosh into the air, and high up there it burst into lots of sparks, and all the sparks went out, and he had gone. 
    When you look up the stage directions, it says, “Exit Ariel.” (Abridged comments of Tom Stoppard at the University of Pennsylvania, 1996)
    Smart, creative, and successful young actors imagine moments just like that when they are veteran play readers. Children and teens

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