Voices From the High School

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Voices From the High School is a play that exposes the attitudes, feelings, and issues that high schoolers face. The play is told in short skits with one-shot characters, interspersed with short anecdotes given by nameless characters. Each skit deals with a specific issue, from being the new kid to working to teen pregnancy.

Tropes used in Voices From the High School include:

Charlie: "What do you think of Annie Harrigan?"
Hank: "Nice knockers."
Charlie: "Yeah."

Larry: "Someday when he hits me. He's going to get a big surprise. You know. Cause I'm going to grow up and he's not. I mean I'm going to grow stronger and he's going to get weaker. That's just nature, you know. So he's bigger than me now but he won't always be. You know what I mean, Bobby? Know what I mean?"
Bobby: "Yeah."
Larry: "Right. So some day when he beats me for no good reason. I mean just because that's the only way he can get off at life and what's driving him crazy... on that day I'm going to beat him. Right into the ground."

Roger enters with a giant Valentine.
Mary: "That's for me?"
Roger: "Just a little card."

"Yeah, I know. the jerk's waiting. So go. I haven't got a gun. Yet."