Three brief, direct and challenging plays, originally developed through Shell Connections, focusing on the drama found in the lives of teenagers.

Debra Gearing’s Burn follows a child in foster care who takes a girl on a date in a stolen car. His story is told by the friends he never had.

Enda Walsh’s Chatroom sees six 15 year-olds chatting in cyberspace, exposing manipulation and the ultimate act of teenage rebellion.

Mark Ravenhill’s Citizenship is a bittersweet comedy about one boy’s search to discover his sexual identity.

Each play is about 50 minutes in length. They are presented in groups of two or as a set of three.

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