SpeechGeek Presents: Female/Female Duos, Vol. 1
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.
Force of Habit by Julia Neva
Sister Mary Mercy loves the Lord and is tough on crime. When a group of teenage girls go missing, this butt-kicking nun and her trusty side-kick get to the bottom of the case in this hilarious duo. What secrets lie within the mysterious “MTV Real Girl House”? How many miles per gallon does the Honda Prayus get? What are these blogs that are so popular among tweens? All these questions and more will be answered by a heroine who doesn’t turn the other cheek!
Digging Too Deep by Doug McConnaha
Cathy has been waiting for years to confront the person she believes is responsible for the death of her mother. Now a college student, she enrolls in the class of a psychology professor who was unable to provide her mother with psychological treatment. Will she get her revenge, or is this meeting part of a bigger plan? This duo with a surprise ending shows two strong female characters in a battle of wits for control. Letters from Home by Christine Howard
Christine and Melissa both have loved one away at war. Christine’s brother Mike was recently killed during an attack. She quickly becomes friends with Melissa, who provides moral support. Joy and loss is combined as Melissa learns she and her husband have a baby on the war. This stirring selection reflects on the cost of war, the ties that bind, and that life and love can spring from loss.
Nightmares by Doug McConnaha
An innocent sleepover turns into a nightmare in this unique duo. Two teenage girls begin what should be an ordinary Saturday evening. The situation quickly changes as they find themselves in peril. Is it just their imagination, or is this terror real?
Metamorph by Julia Neva
Elizabeth is just like every other teenager, except for the fact that her mother is running for the office of Governor. When she becomes pregnant, her personal drama becomes a public spectacle. Neva’s drama focuses on growth, family, and the cost of secrets we try to keep.