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Kelly Cowley's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates
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below is a list of Kelly Cowley's plays - click on a Play Title for more information
Look All Her Own, A
Look All Her Own, A
a Look all Her Own: a Modern CinderElla Story is a heartwarming, modern CinderElla story about a girl who dares to be different. Cindy is very excited when she learns that Damen Timberly, a famous singer, is coming to town. Damen is holding a contest and the girl who wins will receive a personal serenade from and dinner with Damen. In order to win the contest, Cindy must attend Damen's concert and qualify under the secret criteria that the singer has written down and sealed in a confidential envelope. Unlike the rest of the girls in town who are fussing over the latest trends, Cindy opts for her own unique fashions. Unfortunately, Cindy's nasty step-family plots to stop her from attending the concert. This play is perfect for large casts consisting of various age groups.
Written by Sandra Berney, Kelly Cowley, And Christine Harvey in consultation with the Laurentian Public School Drama Club. Approximately 40 minutes running time
Young artists of Kingston and Laurentian Public School Drama Club
Trafford Publishing Co, Scripts for Schools, -
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Male: - Female: - Other: 14 speaking parts but many opportunities for non-speaking roles (Could incorporate a cast of 50 easily).
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