COMMITMENT ISSUES: A MUSICAL
by Wyn Alyse Thomas
This one-act musical comedy follows Catherine, Amy, and Hailey as they navigate the stress of the college admissions process in different ways– Catherine trying to get into her dream school, Amy trying to choose the best option for track and field, and Hailey applying to a whopping sixteen schools to hopefully commit to the Ivy League. The senior class faces pressure on social media, the feeling of falling behind your friends, financial burdens, and the scariest application question there is– who are you?
- Cast Size: 3F 5+ Gender Neutral
- Running Time: Under an Hour
- Royalty Rate: $40 per performance
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About the Playwright
Wyn Alyse Thomas (she/her), is a writer, actor, director, and producer from Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Her play “Write Their Wrongs” is published by Playscripts in the #ENOUGH: Every Fifteen Minutes anthology. Her other playwriting credits include “Scared” (Winner: IHRAF Young Playwrights Festival, second place: Nuevas Voces Festival, Finalist: #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence), “Stand. Up. Hit!” (Winner: The Blank’s 30th Annual Young Playwrights Festival, soon to be published by Concord Theatricals), “How to Write a Musical: The Musical” (Semifinalist: the Blank’s 28th Annual Young Playwrights Festival), “Beautiful Daughter” (First Place Drama: UWW Creative Writing Festival, Finalist: Prism Theatre New Works, Honorable Mention: Nuevas Voces), “Naomi and Ruth: A New Musical” (Semifinalist: The Growing Stage’s Playwriting Festival for Young Writers), and “More than 21” (Finalist: The Light Youth Festival). Website: wynalysethomas.com Instagram: @wynstagram03
This is an amazing one act musical that discuses issues high schoolers face when trying to find a college to commit to. It perfectly exemplifies the fear different students feel when faced with a decision that seems “life altering”. Committing to a college is a nerve racking process with many ups and downs, and this musical shows how no matter where you’ll end up you’ll find your place no matter where you go.
This is an amazing one act musical that discuses issues high schoolers face when trying to find a college to commit to. It perfectly exemplifies the fear different students face when faced with a decision that feels “life altering”. Committing to a college is a nerve racking process with many ups and down, and this musical shows how no matter where you’ll end up you’ll find your place.
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