“Show On The Exe” is a soap opera series, centered around Exeter teenagers. Series 2 is set around three months after Series 1, and this should be represented by the development of the... More > characters.
The result of Percy's attack leaves the friends in turmoil, as they don't know who they can trust. Some light relief is brought by new characters: Todd, Oliver and Louise- but this cannot counter-balance the dark shadow cast across the group. A gripping climax between childhood lovers, Amy and Damien, ensures that nothing will ever be the same again.< Less
An immensely dark 20 minute female monologue, which confronts depression, deceit, and death.
Susanna Morgan is in a terrible situation. Left more alone than ever, she has been backed into a corner,... More > and is now being forced to do what's right. Time is short until she must choose between an obsessive and dangerous love, or the innocent people who have been hurt along the way.
Besotted with the man who once saved her life, it is up to Susanna to prove to his 'girlfriend' that he is not all he seems... which involves a deep and shocking treck down memory lane. Perhaps Susanna is not who she seems to be either?< Less
Show On The Exe is a soap opera based around Exeter teenagers.
Series 1 consists of six parts. Each part should last 15-20 minutes. These were originally performed by the students of West Exe... More > Technology College:
Amy has returned from travelling, and plans to restart her pet-project drama society. Calling for the help of her friends, the cracks within the group begin to show, and things begin to fall apart.
Highlighting the issues of teenage drinking and the pressures that young people are under, SotE explores the lives of six teenagers.
2 male actors/ 4 female actors (5th female actor from Episode 4 onwards).
Written by 16 year old, Elle-Lou M.
Josie, Jay, Kat and Kristina have been sentenced to death, and are experiencing their last few hours of imprisonment. With emotions running high, and old memories reawakening, we learn that there are... More > more to these criminals than there may first seem.
Set in Britain, in the 1840s, capital punishment was still legal- and, until about 20 years later, minors could still recieve this sentence. Times were changing, and people were broadening their minds to the concept that capital punishment may no longer be the way to continue- but this change has fallen rather too late for our protagonists.
"This isn't right, and one day people will realise."< Less
'The Stage' is a powerful duologue, with sections which are appropriate for contemporary and freestyle dance- exposing issues of domestic abuse, and an undertone of murder.
Lucy has had a long day.... More > Waking up on her sofa, she is concerned to realise that her brother Kyle has not come home, and also that this is only the start of her problems.
Through the unlocked door, Lucy' s lover James enters with a revelation which puts them both into mortal danger. James has made a big mistake, and he knows it, but does he really think that he can keep the secret?
As the play continues, it becomes clear that James believes he can control Lucy, in the dynamic of domestic abuse. Little does he know that she is well aware of what he has done, and she has called the police.
But where is Kyle?< Less