Season Two

A monologue about a young man who is turned away from his first job interview starts a conversation about how we treat individuals on the autism spectrum and how we prepare them for work and independence. Learn more.

A monologue written from the perspective of Philadelphia, imploring its citizens to put down the guns, starts a conversation about gun violence. Learn more.

A monologue about a young man sharing some news with his mother starts a conversation about coming out. Learn more.

A monologue about a young woman grappling with her identity after a friend is attacked starts a conversation about being Muslim in America. Learn more.

A monologue about claiming and reclaiming power over one's body starts a conversation about sexual harassment. Learn more.

A monologue about a girl getting her period for the first time starts a conversation about puberty, menstruation, and what it means to enter the next stage of your life. Learn more.

A monologue about young Chinese American grappling with her cultural identity and embarrassment about her inability to speak Chinese starts a conversation about the challenges of being a first generation American. Learn more.

A monologue questioning the value of a classroom discussion starts a conversation about learning. Learn more.

A monologue written from the perspective of a cigarette starts a conversation about addiction. Learn more.

A monologue questioning the value of a classroom discussion starts a conversation about learning. Learn more.