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Choosing Sides for Basketball
Small Cast (Touring) Play for Theatres, Schools

A Celebration of the Joys of Childhood

Small Cast Touring Play - Choosing Sides for Basketball

Choosing Sides for Basketball

Cast: 4 (2M, 2F), adults
Time: about 45 minutes
Audience: Primary-intermediate, families

Charming play about friendship, love, and feelings that is a celebration of childhood with all its joys and changes. Easy to stage. Perfect for touring, and a delight to perform! Perfect for performing in School Gymnasiums.

 

Small Cast Touring Play - Choosing Sides for Basketball

Choosing Sides for Basketball

Cast: 4 (2M, 2F), adults
Time: about 45 minutes
Audience: Primary-intermediate, families

Charming play about friendship, love, and feelings that is a celebration of childhood with all its joys and changes. Easy to stage. Perfect for touring, and a delight to perform! Perfect for performing in School Gymnasiums.

Easy to Stage! Fun to Perform!
Small Cast Children's Touring Play - Choosing Sides for Basketball One Act Play for Children - Choosing Sides for Basketball
Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA, Children's Play

A charming play about friendship, love, and feelings that is a celebration of childhood with all its joys and changes. Easy to stage! Perfect for touring, and a delight to perform! Perfect for performing in School Gymnasiums!

"As you could tell from the standing ovation, both students and teachers were delighted!"
Northfield School, TN, ArtReach Touring Theatre Performance


Choosing Sides for Basketball is all about growing up!
Four kids tell stories from their lives.  The stories are an ingenious blend of humor, suspense and action, revolving around four actors playing kids waiting to be chosen for basketball teams.

Small Cast Children's Plays - Choosing Sides for Basketball
ArtReach Touring Theatre

High School One Act Play Winner!
John Battle High School, Radford Virginia, Tied for Second Place in the Hogoheege District Theatre Festival!


Featured in 'Great Scenes and Monologues for Children'
Craig Slaight and Jack Sharrar

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