Tia, betrayed by her best friend Liza, is waiting for her in order to settle their differences the only way that middle school girls can . . . with a duel."What is the betrayal?" you ask in a questioning voice. It's rather . . . complicated and not what you expect. But nevertheless . . . there shall be a duel. A duel that, perhaps, will end a friendship.
"Duel" is a 10-minute comedy that mixes sword fighting from the days of yore with modern disagreements between friends. It's perfect for grades 5-8 and could be used in the classroom or onstage.
When you purchase the script, you are also purchasing:
1. The rights to print 50, 000 copies if you want. (Note: Please don't go over 50, 000)
2. As many performances as you want.
3. The freedom to record the performances.
4. A small island somewhere.
Note: Number 4 isn't true.
Why I wrote this play:
I went through this phase where I thought that all disagreements in middle school should be decided by duels with swords. I'm out of that phase now but it did lead to this script. Enjoy.