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The Bullying Collection

We asked ten talented playwrights to write a 10-minute play based on his or her unique take on bullying. The result is this collection.

  • Full Length Play
  • Comedy, Drama
  • 105 minutes

  • Time Period: Contemporary
  • Target Audience: Pre-Teen (Age 11 - 13), Teen (Age 14 - 18)
  • Set Requirements: Bare Stage/Simple Set

  • Performance Group:
  • Community Theatre, High School/Secondary
We asked ten talented playwrights to write a 10-minute play based on his or her unique take on bullying. The result is this collection.

Designed to be flexible, the plays can be performed in any combination. From a cyberbullying attack that puts a friendship to the test (Dolphin) to a group of former bullies that meets regularly to discuss their recovery (Bullies Anonymous), to a grown man who must confront his former bully at their 20th reunion (Reunited and It Feels So Good), the plays range from the tragic to the comedic, but they all work to reveal a new perspective on a common problem.

This book contains ten 10-minute plays. To purchase this book of plays, click "Order Scripts" above. To perform an individual play, click on its title below:

  • Bullies Anonymous by E. M. Bell
  • Dolphin by Jonathan Dorf
  • I Was There by Sam Guzman
  • Frosh in the Pit by Alan Haehnel
  • Reunited and It Feels So Good by Kendra Martin
  • Gray Area by Ian McWethy
  • F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S. (Foremost Anti-Bullying Unit Looking Out for Undermined Students) by Jonathan Rand
  • The Uprising by Aaliyah Williams
  • Say Nothing by C. R. Wright
  • Nerdbullies and Other Strange Creatures by Don Zolidis

    • Casting: 10M, 5F, 15M or F
    • Casting Attributes: Non-Traditional casting

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    We asked ten talented playwrights to write a 10-minute play based on his or her unique take on bullying. The result is this collection. Designed to be flexible, the plays can be performed in any combination. From a cyberbullying attack that puts a friendship to the test (Dolphin) to a group of former bullies that meets regularly to discuss their recovery (Bullies Anonymous), to a grown man who must confront his former bully at their 20th reunion (Reunited and It Feels So Good), the plays range from the tragic to the comedic, but they all work to reveal a new perspective on a common problem.

    $24.95