He Said, She Said, or a Short History of Boy Meets Girl

Book By: Reid Conrad
Play #: 2371
Pages: 27 pgs
Cast: 2 m, 2 w, ensemble cast of 4-15 flex

Boy Meets Girl! Boy Loses Girl! But will Boy get Girl back again? Nothing is that easy. Through Barbara and Walter, co-narrators, a boy and girl demonstrate love – from the basic Neanderthal beginnings, to the use of Shakespeare to describe it, then to the Dark Ages, World War II, and into the future – all while an ensemble cast brings humor and action onto the stage. This fast-paced one-act play provides flexibility as any number of actors can be a part of the chorus or perform one of the many smaller roles.

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Productions

DILLER-ODELL PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1 Performance(s)
ODELL, NE 11/14/2018
FRONTENAC ELEMENTARY 3 Performance(s)
FRONTENAC, KS 10/15/2018
MIAMI CORAL PARK SENIOR HIGH 2 Performance(s)
MIAMI, FL 5/30/2018
ANDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 1 Performance(s)
GARNETT, KS 1/13/2018
WIN-E-MAC SCHOOL 2 Performance(s)
ERSKINE, MN 2/15/2017
NEW SMYRNA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 3 Performance(s)
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FL 2/26/2016

Behind The Scenes

REID CONRAD TALKS ABOUT HE SAID, SHE SAID:

 

 

1. WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE PART OR LINE IN THE PLAY? WHY?

 

I enjoy the segment where the character, Boy, is being manipulated in a verbal tug-of-war by the two narrators, Walter and Barbara.

 

 

2. WHERE DID THE CHARACTERS COME FROM? ARE THEY BASED ON PEOPLE YOU KNOW?

 

The characters and themes are borrowed from recognizable books, plays and movies, and given the Conrad "twist."

 

 

3. WHAT DID YOU TRY TO ACHIEVE WITH THIS PLAY?

 

My goal for this play, as for every, is to give the audience something they can enjoy and perhaps even talk about later.