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!Free ⚕ Spitting Daisies & Communicating Through the Sunset ⚆ TWO AWARD WINNING ONE ACT PLAYS Teen DramaSPITTING DAISIES SYNOPSISFrank, a psychology student, approaches a depressed Girl on a subway car at AM, and offers to give her therapy As Girl continually rejects his attempts at connection, Frank must reveal the most important night of his life, the night Girl, unbeknownst to her, saved his life A quirky, romantic dramaminutes M, F Themes of Individuality, Human Connection, Depression, Teen Suicide COMMUNICATING THROUGH THE SUNSET SYNOPSISWhen Frankie, a high school student, finds his crush, Rachel, hiding out on a dirt hill in the Midwest, she rejects his attempts at connection He must help her confront her violent past, and move toward a place of healing happiness A serious dramaminutes M, F Themes of Re Invention, Rape, Twisted Beauty I really enjoyed both plays They both deal with important and serious issues The characters seemed very relatable to teens these days It felt like they can definitely connect to this book on a deeper level with certain issues they are facing I wish the plays could of been longer to find outabout the characters but i liked that they were short and left you wantingThe illustrations on the front cover of the book summarizes the book so well which i really liked I would really like I really enjoyed both plays They both deal with important and serious issues The characters seemed very relatable to teens these days It felt like they can definitely connect to this book on a deeper level with certain issues they are facing I wish the plays could of been longer to find outabout the characters but i liked that they were short and left you wantingThe illustrations on the front cover of the book summarizes the book so well which i really liked I would really like to see both plays performed It would be interesting to see how they convey the story I enjoyed this for what it was Because a play takes on so much meaning from the way it s performed, the set, the sound, etc., I see the potential for this to be really cool It has some issues, though.For one, the playwright uses quotation marks for emphasis Obviously this wouldn t matter in a live performance, but it still makes it hard for me to take the play seriously A lot of important information is given parenthetically, and I m not sure how a performance will convey it Example G I enjoyed this for what it was Because a play takes on so much meaning from the way it s performed, the set, the sound, etc., I see the potential for this to be really cool It has some issues, though.For one, the playwright uses quotation marks for emphasis Obviously this wouldn t matter in a live performance, but it still makes it hard for me to take the play seriously A lot of important information is given parenthetically, and I m not sure how a performance will convey it Example GIRL Oh, but you do nowHe figures he can lie or tell the truth He decides to lieFRANK Now I need a gradeShe is hurtThe characters were very interesting, but I just couldn t get past the fact that Frank stalked this girl why do we know his name and not hers, anyway , like seriously stalked her, and then cornered her on a subway at 2AM, and she didn t run away screaming She seems too smart and careful for this As for the second play, I couldn t connect at all to Rachel and Frankie nope, not sure why we have Frank in one play and Frankie in the other because of their baffling, erratic behavior The sunset communication thing sounds like something a stoner would think was quite profound it s definitely not strong enough to carry an entire play, even if it s only one act long ok so i got this today from goodreads.com first reads,i got to it this evening and read spitting daisies in one word, engrossing but i guess that s applied to the written performed properly i d have to use the word riveting i had to review right away because the story makes me i found it to be a brilliant conversation and the progression of dialog is fanastic, i d very much like to see this performed and am excited to read communicating through the sunset that shall either be my ok so i got this today from goodreads.com first reads,i got to it this evening and read spitting daisies in one word, engrossing but i guess that s applied to the written performed properly i d have to use the word riveting i had to review right away because the story makes me i found it to be a brilliant conversation and the progression of dialog is fanastic, i d very much like to see this performed and am excited to read communicating through the sunset that shall either be my pre bed or morning read i d like to thank goodreads for the opportunity to read this play, and i d like to thank Kerri for writing it and add my applause even though the story spitting daisies was really good play the other communicating through the sunset, in my opinion, mas not the screen play for spitting daisies was actually amusing and would like to have read.i do under that this book was just a short summary of the two plays and yes it would be good for teenagers to act them out.however i was not impressed and felt it lack I received these two one act plays through the Goodreads First Reads program The plays each involve two young people one male and one female.Both plays amplify the angst young people face today They are great studies on the human condition in adolescence The dialogue is crisp and true The storyline is modern and fresh.They would make a great addition to any theater collection and I highly recommend it for high school drama teachers. The following is my honest review for a copy of this book that I won as a giveaway on GoodReads.The reason I decided to enter the drawing for this book is that I ve never read any sort of play before except for the Shakespeare ones in Junior and Senior High School And I ve found the experience of reading these two one act plays by Kerri Kochanski a wonderful experience.In Spitting Daisies, the story reminds me of the days in New York City when the IRT line trains had no air conditioning and som The following is my honest review for a copy of this book that I won as a giveaway on GoodReads.The reason I decided to enter the drawing for this book is that I ve never read any sort of play before except for the Shakespeare ones in Junior and Senior High School And I ve found the experience of reading these two one act plays by Kerri Kochanski a wonderful experience.In Spitting Daisies, the story reminds me of the days in New York City when the IRT line trains had no air conditioning and some could actually stick at least part of their heads through an open window The conversation between a boy Frank and a girl could have been an actual one between them Two students both going to one of the colleges there, where one saw the another, while the other doesn t imagine anyone would be noticing her with all the real beautiful women there beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, which is a theme I saw prevalent here This creates conflict between the two, while at the same time Frank believes he s helping the girl, the girl is in fact saving Frank s life When they both realize the truth between them, the girl hugs Frank in an increasing embrace.In the second one act play Rachel has to come to the reality of what had actually happen when she had been a little girl and what she did when she became the victim of incest by a male member of her family She also needs to create a new image in her mind of who she is in order to move on with her life and with a relationship with Frankie who wants to find the Rachel she s been hiding because of her dark past.As I said in the beginning of my review I found reading these two one act plays a wonderful experience which is why I giving this endeavor by Ms Kochanski 5 STARS.Robin Leigh Morgan is the author of I Kissed a Ghost, a MG YA Paranormal romance novel