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"To Be A Star" is a stage play script about a group of young dancers who want to be stars.

The play is written for 20 females and 6 males but these parts can be adjusted and expanded to fit a variety of cast members.

There are some excellent monologues in this play including "Staying Power":

BETH: Now those stars up there in the sky having staying power.  I can always count on them. I can always look up and know they'll be there for me.  The stars on Earth burn out too quickly.  They have a moment where they shine so bright but then poof. They're gone. A memory.  Sometimes not even that.  But with the stars in the sky, I know they'll be there night after night, always there for me to make a wish. What do I wish for?  (thinks a moment) Hope.  I wish for hope.  Hope for the world.  Hope for peace. Hope for a future where no one is more important than anyone else and money is a thing of the past.  A future where everyone is taken care of no matter how little they have.  I just want to be taken care of... cared for... that's what I hope for.  That's my wish.

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File Last Updated:
June 17, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on June 17, 2016.