Glass Street Ghost
Between avoiding vindictive popular girls, rough bullies and mean teachers, life can be tough for a kid in the town of Shorespoke. Even more so for fringe-dwelling loners like aspiring reporter Sara Schnapper, detective-in-the-making Theodore Smart and would-be ghostbuster Danielle Strange. For them, the only place that holds any real excitement is the Waxblake family’s supposedly haunted house, 42 Glass Street.
Naturally, when the three young investigators are offered an inside look, they all jump at the chance. But to have any hope of success, they’ll have to put aside their differences and learn to work together. There’s more to this mystery than meets the eye, and it will take all their skills, courage and intelligence to get to the bottom of it.
A dramatic story and a large cast combine to make Glass Street Ghost an ideal play to involve and interest a junior secondary class
|Year Level||Year 7, Year 8|
|Date of Publication||2013|
|Subject||Creative Arts, Drama|