SpeechGeek Presents: Junior, Vol. 2 - SpeechGeek Market
SpeechGeek Presents: Junior, Vol. 2 - SpeechGeek Market

SpeechGeek Presents: Junior, Vol. 2

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Quality forensics performance material is often difficult to find. SpeechGeek provides high school coaches and competitors with scripts that are not only challenging, but also of strong literary merit. Each issue of SpeechGeek contains five scripts in a variety of events: prose interpretation, poetry interpretation, humorous interpretation, dramatic interpretation, and duo interpretation. SpeechGeek’s interp scripts are written by winning authors who know what it takes to make final rounds at all levels of competition.

This special issue of SpeechGeek material includes scripts published in previous editions. All material in this issue has been screened as appropriate for middle school competition.  Though some scripts may contain limited instances of strong language, the themes of the scripts have been selected as well-suited for middle school performances.

Rose and June by Bonny McDonald

Dramatic Interpretation

Though they are both in their nineties, sisters Rose and June still know how to make friends. It’s only too bad neither of them makes much sense. When a college student moves in next door, June shares a little bit of her life story. A wonderful character for a daring performer.

Dad’s Coming Home by Joele Denis

Dramatic Interpretation

Abigail, the daughter of a solider currently deployed in Iraq, waits anxiously for her father’s return home. In this first selection from Joele Denis, Abigail reflects on the letters sent from her father. In this powerful selection, she questions is it better to be a hero to one’s country or a hero to one’s family.

The Remarkable Adventure of States the Obvious Girl by James Sweeney

Humorous Interpretation

When there’s trouble around Remarkable Man is the hero to call. When he isn’t available, you’ll have to settle for his daughter States the Obvious Girl. This debut script by James Sweeney is a wild ride through the superhero genre with quips faster than speeding bullets. Can States the Obvious Girl defeat the evil Ambiguous Woman to save the day? Obviously.

The Crayon Map by Oliver Leslie and Christopher Marianetti

Duo Interpretation

People deal with loss in different ways. Some folks turn to rationalization, while others resort to pure escapism to cope with life and loss. This dramatic interpretation spins out of reality into a fantasy word of possibility that provides hope for Aaron as he deals with the loss of his younger sibling. An exciting selection that combines heart and humor with hope and loss!

The King of Nerd Camp by Corey Alderdice

Prose Interpretation

Alderdice delivers a sincere memoir about his time working with gifted students. With humor and humility, he explores the world of Nerd Camp and the kid who became the king of it all. The endearing prose shows that the awkwardness of one’s teenage years never really goes away, but you can grow out of it.


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