Friends Forever – Duologue – 11 – 15 Yrs


Teenagers Cindy and Donna vowed to be friends forever, but they’ve both changed as they’ve both got older. Maybe it’s time to move on? The scene starts with them both standing back to back having their own private conversation with themselves about their friendship.

DONNA: A friend should accept you just the way you are, without wanting to change you. It’s hard to do. If I accept Cindy as she is, I don’t enjoy spending time with her. I keep wishing she would grow, mentally. I wouldn’t even care if she disagreed with my opinions; at least we could have an interesting discussion. As it is now, she doesn’t have any opinion about anything that matters. She’s stagnant.

CINDY: The last time Donna and I late lunch together, she acted bored. It’s been months since we talked on the telephone for more than a few minutes. when I called her, she said she couldn’t talk because she had to practice her speech. She ran for student body president and won.

DONNA: There is so much I want to do. Sometimes I feel like a volcano, bubbling and overflowing with ideas and plans and energy.

CINDY: I voted for her. She’ll be a good president. There is so much she wants to accomplish. I’m not like that, and never will be. I feel bad to lose Donna as my best friend. I’ll probably never have another friend like her.


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